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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • Publisher's Announcement
  • Materials for Working
  • Explanation of Stitches
  • Stitches Commonly Used
  • (12)Edgings
  • (7)Edgings
  • (4)Edgings
  • Medallion
  • (5)Edgings
  • (6)Edgings
  • Medallion
  • (7)Edgings
  • (2)Medallions
  • Medallion
  • (9)Edgings
  • (5)Edgings
  • (3)Medallions
  • Luncheon Set
  • (7)Edgings
  • (2)Medallions
  • (4)Handkerchief narrow Edgings
  • (3)Guest Towel Edgings
  • Collar
  • Luncheon Set
  • Clover Leaf Lace
  • Yoke
  • Lingerie Waist
  • (2)Pillow Slips
  • (2)Applique, Waist
  • (2)Nightgown
  • Applique for Collar and Cuff Set
  • Child's Dress
  • Luncheon Set
  • (3)Medallions
  • Insertion(with rickrack)
  • Candleshade
  • Collar
  • Vase
  • Nightgown
  • Plate Doily
  • Dresser Scarf
  • Tea Cloth and Napkins
  • (5)Edgings with Braid
  • Medallion with Braid
  • Nut Cup
  • (2)Bonbon Baskets
  • Baby Dress
  • (2)Centerpieces
  • (2)Medallions
  • Insertion
  • Silk Bag
  • (5)Edgings(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Medallion(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • (9)Medallions(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • (5)Insertions(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • (5)Medallions(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Insertion or Beading(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • (7)Edges(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Beading(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Ribbon Casing(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Decorative Scroll(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Blouse cord(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Hat Band(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Butterfly Medallion(Melvia M. Stoddard)
  • Monogram Alphabet(Melvia M. Stoddard)

Title: Corticelli Lessons in Tatting: Book No. 3
Author/Designers: Nellie Ellison/Melvia M. Stoddard
Format/Publication Date: TPB:1920
Publisher: Corticelli Silk Mills, Florence, Mass
Page Count: 54
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 10" x 7 1/2"
ISBN: None

SUMMARY- There are some gorgeous designs in this booklet, and lots of them. The instructions are in paragraph blocks and small print, with the written notation typical of the time. Photos are black-and-white. I've not run across the first two books of this series, so I have no idea if they are also tatting books, or more typical of the time period, crochet.