- Adding an Extra Half Stitch for better looking rings (read further down the post)
- Victorian Trellis Doily - First Round Explained
- One Method to Attach Lace "as-you-go"
- How I Attach Lace Using Crochet
- Update (March 2015): I have been asked for the link to this pictorial a few times which I thought had been lost (changes to Flickr where it was hosted). Luckily someone had saved it and it is still viewable. I am adding a caveat: on a couple of occasions, my tatting came undone after using this method so I had initially removed it because I didn't want to be blamed if anyone tried this method and their hard work fell apart!! So please feel free to try it and see if you feel comfortable with it but make sure you are happy your tatting is secure!
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I now have so many videos that I will no longer update this list but rather encourage you to visit my Youtube channel where you can find all the videos below and more. I hope you find them useful. If there is any particular technique you would like to see "in action", please feel free to contact me. I can't promise I will be able to make them all but I will take requests into consideration.
All the videos listed in this section are on my channel and more!
- The Up vs the Down Join
- Tatting the Butterfly Doily
- Joining on the Second Half of a Split Ring
- The Split Chain (Traditional Tatting)
- The Split Chain (FSBS)
- Tatting with a Tatsy (working with beads)
- Starting on a Chain - NO PAPERCLIP
- The Single Shuttle Split Ring
- How to Use a Picot Gauge
- The Loop-Tatted Ring
- The Self-Closing Mock Ring
- Starting with a Chain
- Tatting for Beginners - Slip & Slide Method
- Closing a "flower" and How to Make that Last Join
- Short Video of Me Tatting