Thesaurus / tatting
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I know one thing—I shall bring my crochet-work to-morrow, and my tatting, and my knitting-work, and my—patchwork!

Glory and the Other GirlAnnie Hamilton Donnell

We've no time for questions, Evelina, now—go back to your tatting—hey?

The Tinder-BoxMaria Thompson Daviess

The "tatting" craze was sweeping over the country then, everybody wore tatting and almost everybody made it.

Life on the StageClara Morris

Mrs. Harrison reached for her tatting which lay near her book.

SelinaGeorge Madden Martin

But the hooks flew through Dan's fingers like tatting on an old maid's lap.

"Captains Courageous"Rudyard Kipling

Madam Fulton laid down her tatting, to look at him in a gentle musing.

Rose MacLeodAlice Brown

Then arithmetic is not a womanly accomplishment, like tatting, crocheting, etc.

Tatting differs entirely from crochet, and is composed of stitches forming knots.

Her tatting collars were the admiration of the whole seminary, and she made herself a whole dress of rick-rack.

The Pot of GoldMary E. Wilkins

Beside it sat someone at work; crochet-work, or knitting, or tatting; something or other done with the fingers.

WORDS RELATED TO TATTING

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.