Crocheters often find a modified hand position more comfortable to tat with.
A detailed exploration of how, when and why to reverse work and turn work when tatting a project.
Are you puzzled by which side of your tatting is the right side? Read on for an easy way to tell which side is the front side of the stitches.
Here’s a quick check to tell if your older, used or vintage thread is still useable.
The first of the long-awaited Spanish translations to my Absolute Beginner Tatting Series are now available!
It’s a giveaway! Win a beautiful handmade wooden tatting shuttle by David Reed Smith.
This picture tutorial will help you identify each half of the double stitch separately.
Are you intimidated by the prospect of using two shuttles to tat? It’s not as hard as it may seem. Here are my top three reasons why you should give it a try.
This week’s news includes a winner, a thank you and a new giveaway prize.
This tiny tatted cross from Elizabeth’s Lace will make a perfect gift for a lady.
This tutorial with video shows how to start tatting with two threads and hide ends in a way that creates less bulk. Also covers hiding ends under picots.
Here’s a question for experienced tatters: What does a beginning tatter need to learn to be successful? For beginning tatters: what do you struggle with, and what do you want to learn?