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I created this 25 page book out of a need that I saw from my beginner students. They were always requesting patterns that required only one shuttle work and how-to instructions that are clear and concise. So I have put together a collection of 17 patterns that use only one shuttle. It also includes detailed instructions with lots of close up pictures for every step. A must have book for the beginner or the well versed tatter that likes fresh new ideas.
The book has 25 pages of full color on 32 lb stock paper, comb bound, 8.5x11 size.
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One of the main features in the book is the half closed ring. By using the ring and half closed ring, many intricate designs can be made that are simple in structure. The half closed ring is used both as a decorative element or as a bridge between two rings, similar to a chain.
Here is a small sampling of what patterns are in the book
Here is a sample of the type of How-To instructions in the book
Here is a sample of the type of visual diagrams featured
Below is the listing of the contents:
Supplies and Getting Started
How To Instructions
Understanding the Double Stitch
Making the Double Stitch
Making the Picot
Making a Ring
Joining With Picots
Elements In The Patterns
Abbreviations & Definition of Terms
About the Author
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