Tatting, originally known as knotting, is easily identified by its distinctive use of rings and picots (loops). Traditional tatting utilizes a shuttle. In recent years, needle or hook tatting, was developed to provide an "easier" method for creating tatted work. At first, tatting's delicate, airy appearance might make one wonder about its versatility. But, like its cousin crochet, it's ideal for doilies, decorating linens and embellishing clothing. Unique to tatting is the ability to make tiny individual rings of picots allowing for intricate and unique bookmarks, jewelry, and even whimsical greeting cards.
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