How to join in tatting.

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 Learn to Tat (with DVD)

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 Tatted Jewellery

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 Tatting Hearts (Dover Needlework Series)

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Join Technique - Split Chain Stitch Join

An illustration showing how to do this type of join when tatting. Paradise Treasures

Needle Tatting - Closing a Ring (Video)

A pleasant video showing how to close a ring when needle tatting. You Tube

Tatting: How to make a Chain and a Ring

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