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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • THE BASICS:
    • Materials
    • General Supplies and Tools
  • PROJECTS:
    • No-sew:
      • Fabric-covered Bead Necklace
      • Hooked Fabric Flowers
    • Sewing and Quilting:
      • Ribbon Flower Pins
      • Yo-Yo Necklace
      • Mixed Media Fabric Charms
      • Quilted Cuff
    • Embroidery and Appliqué:
      • Embroidery Stitches
      • Embroidered Rings
      • Embellished Appliqué Necklace
      • Heat-etched Velvet and Ribbon cuff
    • Felting:
      • About Felting
      • Felt Flower Necklace
      • Felted Bead Bracelet
      • Needle-Felted Heart Pendant
    • Crochet and Hook:
      • Crochet Stitches
      • Crocheted Fabric Bracelet
      • Crocheted Choker
      • Crocheted Flowers Wristband
      • Crocheted Wire Bracelet with Necklace Variations
    • Knotting and Braiding:
      • Knots
      • Tatted Ring Bracelet
      • Braided Cord Necklace with Polymer Clay Pendant
      • Woven Metal Thread Bracelets
      • Macrame Bracelet
  • Contributing Artists
  • Suppliers
  • Index
  • Photo Credits

Title: Felt, Fabric, and Fiber Jewelry
Author/Designer: Sherri Haab
Format/Publication Date: TPB:2008
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications, NY
Language: English
Page Count: 128
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 10 1/2" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 9780823099092

SUMMARY- I included this book in the tatting bibliography more as a warning than anything else. If you're looking for a book that covers a wide range of simple projects in fiber arts, this is an interesting find - I particularly liked the heat-etched velvet ribbon cuff. But the tatted ring bracelet is considered to be tatted only because the lark's head knot is used to cover the cabone rings that make up the bracelet. There is no need for a shuttle or tatting needle to make this project, and it has none of the lacy characteristics of tatting. The bracelet looks very clunky and plain. If you are looking for tatted jewelry patterns, I'd give this one a miss.