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Pattern source: Harper's bazaar: Volume IV, Number 38, New York: Hearst Corp., September 23, 1871

Source: Harper's bazaar: Volume VI, Number 8, New York: Hearst Corp., February 22, 1873

Source: Harper's bazaar: Volume V, Number 34, August 24, 1872 hearth.library.co...

Source: Harper's bazaar: Volume IV, Number 45 November 11, 1871 hearth.library.co...

Beautiful Tatted Barbe pattern from 1871. Not brave enough to try this now, but maybe someday. Source: Archive of Harper's Bazaar hearth.library.co...

Snowflake or Rosette/Medallion: This pattern was published originally in Harper's Bazar, Vol.4, p.456, 1871, pattern #80 Link broken, replaced with link to original pattern 12/11/12 hearth.library.co...

Band Date: 17th century Culture: Italian Dimensions: L. 9 1/2 x W. 4 inches 24.1 x 10.2 cm Classification: Textiles-Laces-Macrame Accession Number: 08.180.598

Japanese hexagon

How to tat This is 1 of 3 short videos on how to do these stitches IF you find this difficult to see or follow, check out the other 2 videos, they come at it from a different angle using dark thread on white background.