A New Look at the Old Art of Making Lace

Doubleday, 1977
ISBN 0-385-07707-6

Tatting goes modern! Learn the simple techniques of lace making, but do it using yarns and a large shuttle that makes tatting faster and easier. Charmed with the delicate lace her grandmother tatted, but impatient at its slowness, Lael Morgan developed a modern, large shuttle that would speed up the process and accommodate the heavier yarns so popular today.

With step-by-step photographs, the author teaches you how to tat both with the traditional shuttle using fine threads and the yarn shuttle. Then followed her detailed instructions and patterns to create lovely contemporary projects from textured wall hangings or place mats to a halter to wear with your favorite evening skirt or pants.

This book is so out of print the author has only her working copy. It can sometimes be found on abebooks.com and in the used section of Amazon.com




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