A. R. Archer Lace Bobbins - Bone bobbins in a variety of themes are available here. |
Ann Moore's Lacemakers' Collection - Bobbin Lace patterns include step by step instructions and working diagrams.
Armchair Craft Supplies - Gail offers tatting supplies and hosts a tatting exchange. The gallery covers two years of shared tatting.
Beanile - Nina Libin sells her books, plus patterns, kits and shuttles especially designed to hold the extra beads needed in her tatted jewelry.
Biggins Home Page - The Torchon Pattern People provide a variety of bobbin lace supplies.
Bobbincenter - The Langendorfs have been turning bobbins for 20 years. They also make pillow stands and sell linen and silk threads.
Bobbins by Van Dieren - Selling high quality handmade tools for lacemakers, this site also contains multiple pages of tips and links to lacemakers. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the links (in small print).
Brian Goodwin - Lacemaking Accessories - Brian creates tools and accessories for bobbin lacers, plus charming lacemaking miniatures.
Busy Bobbins - This shop in Ohio stocks domestic and imported bobbins along with kits and books for beginners.
Catchpin Lacemaking Supplies - Catchpin provides supplies for more than a dozen different laces, and have recently expanded their tatting supplies.
Central Scotland Lace Supplies - Carries a selection of lace books and pillows.
Church Meadow Crafts - Lynn makes a co-ordinated travel pillow set (barley straw filled) and hand dyed bobbins. Other pillow types also available here.
David Reed Smith - Hand crafted tatting shuttles, tatting accessories, drop spindles, and spinning accessories made by a master wood craftsmen. Site also features woodturning articles.
DS9 Designs - Sisters, Sherry and Debbie, construct bags especially designed for holding shuttles. They also sell original tatting patterns (and have several free patterns at their site).
Elena's Romanian Point Lace - Romanian Point work designs including angels, butterflies, seashells, bookmards and florals, offering kits and patterns.
Filet Lace by the Sea - Marie-Jo sells fabric for filet lace by the yard. She also teaches filet lace courses.
Handy Hands Tatting - Barbara Foster publishes tatting books, and offers threads, shuttles and accessories.
Itsa Bobbins Home Page - Lacemaking suppliers, based in South West UK, provide bobbins, pricking grids and books.
John and Jennifer Ford - Sponsors of two annual lace events in England, the Fords provide bobbin lace supplies.
Kleinhout - Dutch supplier of bobbin lace tools. Carries flat round, oval, fan and German roll pillows. Also specialty jewelry and rubber stamps.
Knots and More - Features tatting tools, threads, books, and gifts. Instructions for how to tat a hanging cluny leaf can be found here.
Lace Bobbins - Artist Terri DeHetre creates wooden and porcelain bobbins.
Lace Bobbins and Tatting Shuttles - Chris Parson sells handpainted wooden bobbins and shuttles. He also sells the tatting shuttles made by Stuart Johnson.
Lace Resources International - This educational center provides an online course in Torchon using a cookie style pillow and East Midlands bobbins with spangles. Supplies for the course can also be purchased at this site.
Lacemaking - Supplies, tools and tapes.
Lacemaking in the UK - A resource list for lacemaking supplies in the UK, this site contains details of kit and accessory suppliers, guilds, magazines, books, courses and events.
Lacy Susan - Virginian lacer offers beads, bobbins and books. She also carries Lace 2000 bobbin lace design software.
LoveTatting - Diane Whisnant sells 3 pattern sets and t-shirts.
Malcolm Fielding's Lace Bobbin Shop - Australian craftsman offers handmade bobbins.
Mike Bester's lace Bobbins - Mike Bester, from South Africa, is a renowned midland and continental lace bobbin maker.
Ms.Heart - A civil war re-enactor creates fancy flat shuttles.
Northtipton's Needle Tatting - The Sanders introduce tatting tricks to machine knitters. Needles for sale - patterns are free.
Roseground Tatting & Lacemaking Supplies - This online shop is based in England, but supplies lacers worldwide with unique products such as Edward Clarke's 'Silent Tatter' shuttles.
Sluis and Withof Duchesse Laces - Three manuals on the history and construction of this lace form are offered by the author, Anneke Reijs.
SMP Lace - Shop west of London provides bobbin and needle lace supplies: pillows, books, threads, and display supplies.
Snowgoose - Lacemaker owned and operated, this Colorado-based online lace shop has large supply of threads, books, tools. Site provides information on a different forms of handmade laces.
Tat's All - Gale Marshall, list mum for NATA, sells a wide variety of tatting supplies for both needle and shuttle tatters, including: beads, books, tatting tools, shuttles and needles, earrings and other findings, magnifiers, and organizational software.
Tat's All - This Canadian shop stocks books, tools, needles, shuttles, and threads. They carry beads and other tat accessories. The site holds tips, patterns, an events calendar and other 'neat stuff' like the NATA nut.
Tatting and Design. - Lyn Morton teaches tatting and designs patterns. Her shop provides threads, shuttles and tools.
Tatting Reborn - Rebecca carries the full line of colors in the altin basik threads.
The Lacemaker USA - Based in Ohio, this shop offers a wide range of bobbin, knit and tatted lace making supplies via the internet.
The Shuttle Maker - A folk artist has designed a shuttle that holds more thread.
The Shuttle Shop, USA - Chris Hinton makes decorative pierced wood tatting shuttles.
The Thread Store - Donna specializes in 'crochet' and other threads perfect for tatting. She also supplies shuttles, books, and supplies.
Theo Brejaart - Theo's international list of lace books is arranged by language. He also offers lace calendars.
Threads Galore - Offers tatting and crochet threads, featuring Turkish threads.
Tim Parker - Specializing in bobbins, tools, threads and mounting supplies.
Trillium Bobbin Lace - Canadian supplier of bobbin lace tools and threads also carries books, pins and beads.
Van Sciver Bobbin Lace - Regularly updated, this shop collects supplies from around the world. They carry bobbins, threads, pillows, as well as providing instruction and workshops.
Victorian Art - Sells Romanian point kits. Classes are available in the Baltimore MD area.
Winslow Bobbins - Winslow designs personalized and commemorative bobbins. Designs for 2002 include Olympics and teddy bear anniversary. Directions for spangling are included.
Youngman Hughes Enterprises - Specializes in Battenburg lace, offering lace tape and instructional books.