Cro-Tat is a new form of needlework which uses crochet stitches to simulate the look of tatting. To find out more about this technique, check this page.
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Cro-tat history and information.
Instructions on how to tat with crochet hook from 1869 Godey's Lady Book
Vol. 78, page 271.
Instruction on how to cro-tat from Batsford Book of Crochet Anne Stearns 1981 pages 43 and 44.
Georgia Seitz Online Tatting Class
How to do various stitch, how to join a picot and how to close a ring.
A video on how to cro-tat.
If you have trouble finding a cro-tat hook, you can use a bullion crochet hook or a long, very straight crochet hook.
How to text instructions with photos and video.
Free cro-tat project links at Needlepointers.com.
Instructions and video on joined picot.
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