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  • PART 1:
    • Knotless Tatting
    • Reverse Double Stitch
    • Lark's Head Knot
    • Reverse Lark's Head Knot
    • Josephine Chain
    • Split Chain
    • Zig Zag Chain
    • Lock Stitch Chain
    • Pearl Tatting
    • Half Ring
    • Split Ring
    • Onion Ring
    • Self-Closing Mock Ring
    • Ring On Ring
    • Daisy Picot Ring
    • Maltese Ring
    • Roll Tatting
    • Double Picot
    • Triple Picot
    • Twisted Picot
    • Celtic Picot
    • Down Join, Lark's Head Join
    • Catherine Wheel Join
    • Mignonette Tatting
    • Dimpled Tatting
    • Block Tatting
    • Cluny Tatting
    • Victorian Sets
    • Celtic Tatting
  • PART 2:
    • Simple Motif(16 butterflies
    • Edging Lace(circular linen doily)
    • (3)Edging Lace(square linen handkerchief)
    • Triangle Motif Doily
    • Square Motif Doily
    • (2)Circle Motif Doily
    • Connecting Motif
    • Circle Motif Doily(beading,celtic,double picot)
    • Circle Motif Doily
    • 3D Motif(Christmas Tree, beading)
    • Connecting Motif
    • (3)Simple MOtif(pincushions)
    • Simple Motif(carnation)
    • Circle Motif Doily
    • Circle Motif Doily(cluny)
    • Connecting Motifs(Daisy Picot Ring)
    • Circle Motif Doily
    • 3D Motif(covered eggs)
    • Edging Lace(2 bracelets)
    • Simple Motif(jewelry)
    • Simple Motif(jewelry)
    • Simple Motif(jewelry)
    • Simple Motif(jewelry)
    • Edging Lace(jewelry)
    • Edging Lace(jewelry)
    • Simple Motif(jewelry)
    • Simple Motif(jewelry)
  • Supplement

Title: Lovely Tatting Lace 2
Author/Designer: Jeong Yu-Jeong
Language: Korean
Format/Publication Date: TPB:2014
Publisher: Pampas Books, Korea
Page Count: 291
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 9 5/8" x 7 3/8"
ISBN: 9788998537203

SUMMARY- The first half of this book is extensive tutorials with lots of photographs and excellent focus on details. She gleefully jumps into a great many advanced techniques. The book is in Korean, with the occasional English word thrown in. In this one, she gives a simple translation of her ToC, so I've included that here(look below the cover scan) along with personal notes in parentheses. She diagrams all her patterns, so if you're just looking for patterns, this is still an interesting find. Her tutorials look fantastic, and she gives you a large assortment of projects to try the advanced techniques on. If foreign languages don't throw you, I would recommend this designer. I'm betting she gets a lot of other Koreans excited and inspired to try tatting.