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Today’s freebie is a tatting butterfly pattern from a 1916 Corticelli pattern booklet.
Along with the instructions for tatting the butterfly, I’ve included several snippets from the booklet.
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Irish immigrants came to America wearing tatting, and then they sold the tatting to make pin money.
Such as Abbreviations and Actual Sizes for the Corticelli Mercerized Cordonnet thread as-well-as a description of the thread from an Ad that will help you decide on a substitute.
First, here are the original instructions: How to Download: Right-Click the photo and select either “save target as” or “save link as” depending on what browser you are using or simply click on it, it will open in another window and there you can save or print.
In this village, the people rebuilt the log cabins and stores to resemble 1832, the time that Abe Lincoln lived there.