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Tatted Pumpkin Pattern by Kelly Dunn$ 2.50
Purchase and download this PDF file of Kelly Dunn’s Tatted Pumpkin Pattern, used in her Tatted Pumpkin workshop which was held October 14th, 2017 at Artisanthropy in downtown Cobourg. This purchase allows the buyer to access one (1) copy of the Tatted Pumpkin Pattern, and print it for their own personal use. If additional patterns are required, please ensure you purchase as many copies as necessary. One copy must be purchased for each person who will use the pattern to comply with Copyright Law.
Please note, after purchase, you will be able to download this PDF file one time. The download link will expire after 3 days, so please be sure to save the file to a secure location on your hard drive where you will be able to find it again in future. Upon purchase, you will be emailed the password to open the document. Please do not distribute this PDF file, or provide this password to others.
More Critters on the Block$ 11.50
Using the block tatting technique to make lots more little animals, birds and insects.
There are 23 patterns in all: hummingbird, dolphin, koala, skunk, butterfly, ferret, dachshund, elephant, raccoon, turtle, sheep, lamb, rhinoceros, hornet, owl, giraffe, gecko, whale, bluebird, grasshopper, fox, alligator, and pig.
The book is digest size, 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches, and has 32 pages plus cover.
Holidays on the Block$ 11.50
Holidays on the Block is Martha Ess’s sequel to New Critters on the Block, using the block tatting technique to make small motifs with a holiday and seasonal theme.
They make up quickly and are excellent for card enclosures, clothing appliqués, etc.
There are 24 patterns in all: hat, mitten, Valentine heart (with five variations), leprechaun, shamrock, umbrella, daffodil, Easter bunny, ice cream cone, flip-flops, American eagle, patriotic ribbon, maple leaf, pumpkin, bat, skeleton, candy corn, two turkeys, two Santas, two angels, and a Christmas stocking.
The book is digest size, 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches, and has 32 pages plus cover.
New Critters on the Block$ 11.50
New Critters on the Block is Martha Ess’s first book of original patterns that use the block tatting technique to make small whimsical animals.
There are 23 patterns in all: flamingo, cat, rabbit, brontosaurus, lion, hedgehog, bee, octopus, tiger, stegosaurus, swan, penguin, puppy, dragon, fish, squirrel, songbird, teddybear, frog, goose, bird of paradise, mouse, and a hat. In size 10 thread, the frog measures approximately 1 5/8 x 1 ½ inches, and the stegosaurus 1 1/8 x 2 ¼ inches.
The book is digest size, 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches, and has 28 pages plus cover.
Playing with Picots$ 23.00
Playing with Picots by Martha Ess.
This is a book featuring motifs and bookmarks using various decorative picot techniques: long picots, graduated picots, broomstick picots, and Pearl picots, a technique introduced in an 1862 publication, and apparently forgotten since then.
There are 19 patterns in all: 9 bookmarks, 2 hearts (one of them large), 2 angels, 3 snowflakes, a tree, a cross, and an edging with corners.
Patterns are given in both written shorthand form and diagram, and most of the patterns have more than one diagram to show the work in progress. Many of the patterns use split rings. The book includes instructions for using picot gauges, but whether you use a gauge is up to you.
This is a full size comb bound booklet (8 1/2 x 11 inches) with 44 pages plus covers.
Tat’s Amoré$ 20.75
Tat’s Amoré is Martha Ess’s quintessential collection of tatted hearts. If you hadn’t guessed by now that hearts are for tatting, then you’re probably close to it now!
This book is made up of groups of heart patterns. Each group has a larger heart motif and one or two smaller coordinating motifs. (One group also has two large size variations.) The group themes include flower bouquets, antique rose, shell, grapes, freeform, and crewel style.
All the large hearts and some of the small ones have split rings. A few of the large ones have split chains as well. (Of course, you can replace a split chain with a regular chain and a cut-and-tie.) Patterns have both written shorthand instructions and diagrams.
This is a full size comb bound booklet (8 1/2 x 11 inches) with 32 pages plus covers.
Tea is for Tatting$ 23.00
What goes better together than tatting and tea? Why, nothing, of course! Pick up Martha Ess’s collection of tatted teapot patterns in Tea is for Tatting and you’ll keep your fingers busy for hours while marrying two time-honoured traditions.
This is a book of teapots in various shapes, sizes, and techniques. Full size motifs include Maltese Ring, Antique Rose, Shamrock, Country Garden, and Celtic. There are also four miniature motifs that work up quickly, which are good for card enclosures and small accents. For something really different, there is a three dimensional tea set in block tatting, which includes teapot with lid, creamer, sugar bowl, cup, and saucer. Two of the large motifs also have accompanying creamer, sugar bowl, and cup patterns.
Patterns are given in both written shorthand form and diagram, except for block tatting patterns, which are text only. The three dimensional tea set has several work-in-progress photos.
This is a full size comb bound booklet (8 1/2 x 11 inches) with 36 pages plus covers.
Flights of Fantasy$ 23.00
You love fantasy and you love tatting – you can’t go wrong with Flights of Fantasy by Martha Ess, then!
This is a book of fantasy themed patterns. It includes 3 dragons: a regal one, a Chinese one, and a cute baby one. There is a fairy, a Pegasus, a unicorn, and a tatted version of the “Unicorn in Captivity” tapestry. Plus, 4 small block tatting patterns: a mother and baby unicorn, a knight and his lady.
All patterns are written in modern tatting shorthand notation (eg. R: 4 – 4 – 4 – 4 clr RW). All except the block tatting patterns are diagrammed as well.
This is a full sized comb bound booklet (8 1/2″ x 11″) and has 38 pages plus covers.
A Flight of Angels$ 23.00
A Flight of Angels by Martha Ess will have you tatting for the holidays in no time.
Here is a book of 15 angel patterns, large and small. Many are a good size for ornaments, and a few are larger, suitable for framing or applique. There’s a very small one good for enclosing with cards, and even an edging. There’s one with a button, and one with beads, a good variety.
All patterns are written in modern tatting shorthand notation (eg. R: 4 – 4 – 4 – 4 clr RW), and are diagrammed as well.
This is a full sized comb bound booklet (8 1/2″ x 11″) and has 32 pages plus covers.
Toys for Tatting$ 23.00
Toys for Tatting is Martha Ess's brand new book of totally adorable tatted toy patterns. You won't want to miss this book.
This is a book of patterns inspired by traditional toys, for both boys and girls. Patterns include the rag doll I had as a little girl, plus the pony/unicorn/pegasus beloved by girls a generation later. There's my personal favorite, the troll doll, too. For the younger children, there is a teddy bear, and a rubber duckie in two sizes. A rocket ship and dump truck are included too. In block tatting, there is a train with engine, coal car, box car, and caboose.
All patterns are written in modern tatting shorthand notation (eg. R: 4 – 4 – 4 – 4 clr RW). All except the block tatting patterns are diagrammed as well. This is a full sized comb bound booklet (8 1/2″ x 11″) and has 38 pages plus covers.
Learn to Cro-Tat Kit$ 14.00
This package will help you bring back the cro-tat technique, and includes 1 size 6 Cro-Tat hook, How-to instructions including color photos, plus 3 brand-new projects all made using size 10 cotton thread. You will love getting reacquainted with this beautiful technique. Shawl requires 1200 yds of size 10 thread; Necklace requires 350 yds of size 10 thread and Mandala requires 350 yds each of 8 different colors size 10 thread.
Learn Needle Tatting Step-by-Step$ 25.00
This book features approximately 6 patterns within 32 pages of step-by-step instructions for needle tatting with 85 full-color photos. Patterns include: Doily or collar edging, pillowcase edging, bookmark, medallion, butterfly, note card, and hanky edging. Tatting needles not included.