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    Quote Originally Posted by carolivy View Post
    Are the links to Needle Tatting instructions or Shuttle Tatting? Either way, maybe you could post a list with the links for those who want to learn the techniques?
    I didn't pay much attention when I was looking up the instructions to whether it was needle or shuttle tatting. Sometimes I forget that needle tatting exists. LOL I know, I'm silly. I'll look into posting them. I made the excel spread sheet for my own use and I'll have to alter it to make it useful to others. Some of the techniques instead of a link I had the name of the file where I save the instructions to my computer hard drive. Plus I'd like to look up some of the techniques I don't have links for. And I have at least one geocities link I'll have to replace with alternate instructions.

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    That geocities link won't work anymore. The link to the shuttlebird list is at
    http://www.shuttlebirds.com/techniqu...ting_kit1.html

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    I worked on this for a while but I'm getting burnt out on the project so I thoguht I'd just post what I have and if someone else wants to find the missing information then that would be great.
    [COLOR=blue] Lock joins
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2001/shtljoin.html
    Continuous thread method
    http://www.tatting.de/dol/tatips.htm
    Shoelace trick
    http://www.be-stitched.com/shoelace.asp
    Long picots

    Split rings
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    Magic thread method
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2001/fall2001/MagicThread.PDF
    Reading Pattern & Symbols
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2004/design.html
    Node stitch
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/setstitch.html
    Dimpled rings
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    Double/triple picots
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2001/picots/doublepicot.html
    Mock picots (climbing out)
    http://www.angelfire.com/planet/newtatters/lesson4.html
    Rings off chains (hanging rings)
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    Beads

    Block tatting
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2/blocktat/block.html
    Padded tatting
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes/padded.html
    Twisted picots
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2002/charshamrock.html
    Frontside/backside tatting
    http://www.snowgoose.cc/friv/frontback.htm
    Tatting with buttons
    Tatting with buttons by Karey Solomon
    Josephine knot
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2002/jk/jk.html
    Advanced beading (Beanile-style)
    Tattted Lace of Beads by Nina Libin
    Downward facing picots
    http://www.janeeborall.freeservers.com/DownPicot.pdf
    Celtic Knotted Picot
    http://www.paradisetreasures.com/ckp.html
    Split chains
    http://www.snowgoose.cc/friv/split_chain.htm
    Self-closing mock rings
    http://tatsaway.blogspot.com/2008/05/how-to-make-mock-ring.html
    Rolled tatting
    http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~nickeb/RollTat.pdf
    Interlocking rings
    http://www.snowgoose.cc/friv/lchain.htm
    Catherine wheel joins
    http://www.snowgoose.cc/friv/cath_wheel.htm
    Rings off split rings
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2/float/throw2.html
    Celtic tatting
    Celtic Tatting knowts and Patterns by Rozella F Linden
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    Last edited by Tarie; 03-11-2009 at 04:33 PM. Reason: swapping geocities link for mock picot to a link that still works.

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    Bobble tatting
    http://www.palmettotatters.org/events/TatDays2006/Teachers/KarenBovard.shtml
    Cluny tatting
    http://home.netcom.com/~ntrop/cluny/instruct.htm
    Hanging Cluny
    http://www.knotsandmore.com/hcl.htm
    3D tatting

    Multiple row tatting

    Single shuttle split ring
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    Needle lace filling
    http://tatmantats.wordpress.com/2009/03/05/tatted-curled-up-leaf-with-interesting-filler-stitch/
    Form stitch (something similar to a Cluny leaf but square in appearance)
    can't find info on this anywhere do any of you know how to do it?
    Multiple shuttles (more than two)

    Pearl tatting/Maltese Tatting
    http://tatmantats.wordpress.com/pearl-tatting/
    Wire tatting

    Square rings
    http://www.tatting.de/dol/eckiger_ring.html
    Mignonette stitch
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/mignon/mignonreview.html
    Half Moon Split Ring
    http://www.paradisetreasures.com/hmsr.html
    Folded Join
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    Dora the Young knot
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    Folded ring
    http://my.att.net/p/s/community.dll?ep=87&subpageid=302674&ck=
    Overlapping tatting

    Lark's Head join
    http://www.paradisetreasures.com/lhpj.html
    Onion ring
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2002/onion/onion.html
    Woven Picot
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/weave/needleweavetat.html
    TAK
    What does this stand for?
    Inward Facing Picot
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/superbowl.html
    Schain/ z chain
    http://www.paradisetreasures.com/schainvszchain.html
    inverted picot
    http://needles-n-shuttles.com/ChenilleBookmark.html
    Balanced double stitch
    http://www.georgiaseitz.com/2008/ruthplongringchains.pdf
    fraying
    I think I saw a pattern for a flower where you make long picots and then you cut them and fray the ends to give it a different look.
    daisy picot
    http://tatsaway.blogspot.com/2007/10/daisy-picot-snowflake.html
    Floating Ring

    Ankars beading
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    My own inventions!

    Hyperbolic Tatting
    Beads on the surface of tatting (on the vertical legs of the DS instead of the at the edges or on picots)

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    I have been having another thought. Some tatting techniques don't produce a stitch or formation, per se, instead they contribute to what I have come to call "thread management"

    For instance:

    I can get stuck trying to get the working thread through a picot to form a join because there just isn't enough thread between the join and the finished work to allow the thread to come through the picot. So I have developed a habit of pulling down about an inch of thread to make sure that the joining thread will just slip through.

    Also, I tend to make my chains with direct tatting since I don't have to change the position of my hands or swap the threads around AND it's all frontside.

    Stuff like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarie View Post
    Ok I wanted to post the list of techniques I have found and see if anyone knows of any others or if some of these are the same with different names. These are all techniques not just advanced ones.
    Rings
    Chains
    Picots
    Shuttle joins
    Lock joins
    Continuous thread method
    Shoelace trick
    Long picots
    Split rings
    Magic thread method
    Reading Pattern & Symbols
    Node stitch
    Dimpled rings
    Double/triple picots
    Mock picots (climbing out)
    Rings off chains (hanging rings)
    Beads
    Block tatting
    Padded tatting
    Twisted picots
    Frontside/backside tatting
    Tatting with buttons
    Josephine knot
    Advanced beading (Beanile-style)
    Downward facing picots
    Celtic Knotted Picot
    Split chains
    Self-closing mock rings
    Rolled tatting
    Interlocking rings
    Catherine wheel joins
    Rings off split rings
    Celtic tatting
    Bobble tatting
    Cluny tatting
    Hanging Cluny
    3D tatting
    Multiple row tatting
    Single shuttle split ring
    Needle lace filling
    Form stitch (something similar to a Cluny leaf but square in appearance)
    Multiple shuttles (more than two)
    Pearl tatting/Maltese Tatting
    Wire tatting
    Square rings
    Mignonette stitch
    Half Moon
    Split Ring
    Folded Join
    Dora the Young knot
    Folded ring
    Overlapping tatting
    Lark's Head join
    Onion ring
    Woven Picot
    TAK What does this stand for?
    Inward Facing Picot
    Schain/ z chain
    Inverted picot
    Balanced double stitch
    Fraying
    Daisy picot
    Floating Ring
    Catherine Wheel


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    Today I found a large amount of instructions on this site

    http://www.e.n.e.btinternet.co.uk/

    In the tips and techniques section.

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    This is the way I Tat Laura. I've only been tatting for 5 years but I figure I can do anything... by giving it a try. I was only taught Ring chain and picots when I learned so everything else has been out of curious necessity.

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    hmmm lock join and lock stitch? they must be different. Because I don't think what I thought was a lock stitch can be opened the way patty described. I need to go look in the archives and see if it is two different things.

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