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Tatting Jewellery Paperback – 7 Feb 2010
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About the Author
Lyn Morton is a competent tatter with over 40 years of experience. She runs her own online company through which she sells numerous, high-quality designs. Lyn is also a popular and enthusiastic teacher in the UK and the USA, as well as an enthusiastic member of the Ring of Tatters, a worldwide organisation for the craft.
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I was expecting a brief "how to" at the front or back but there isn't one. In some ways that is refreshing. It means the whole book is patterns. It does, however, mean that complete beginners will need to find another source to get going.
I do not regret buying this book despite the fact I cannot use it at the moment. I have been meaning to learn to tatt for years, this book has given me the incentive to do it. I am looking forward to being able to try out some of the patterns soon.
I've only used cotton threads so far and have no experience with metallic threads and you need to be aware that is what has been used in this book. The author used Turkish metallic threads which can be bought from her web store. The book is gorgeous enough to make me want to order some right away! The beauty lies in the way those threads are combined with beads - which I guess one could buy locally and play with one's own choices.
Browsing through it, I can't help thinking that the patterns are quite repetitive on the whole in this book, but there's enough of choice to play with them.
Great ideas for end of year gifts!
I am not sure though what advanced tatters might think of the patterns which to me don't look overly complicated.
Brava for the presentation and the photographs!
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