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  • Be-stitched - Thread, books, needles, shuttles and other tools for tatting.
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  • Beanile - Nina Libin sells her books, plus patterns, kits and shuttles especially designed to hold the extra beads needed in her tatted jewelry.
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  • Bobbincenter - The Langendorfs have been turning bobbins for 20 years. They also make pillow stands and sell linen and silk threads.
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  • Bobbins by Van Dieren - Offering a variety of tools designed for lacemakers, as well as tips.
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  • Brian Goodwin - Lacemaking Accessories - Brian creates tools and accessories for bobbin lacers, plus charming lacemaking miniatures.
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  • 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.
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  • 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).
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  • Elena's Romanian Point Lace - Romanian Point work designs including angels, butterflies, seashells, bookmarks and florals, offering kits and patterns.
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  • Handy Hands Tatting - Barbara Foster publishes tatting books, and offers threads, shuttles and accessories.
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  • John and Jennifer Ford - Sponsors of two annual lace events in England, the Fords provide bobbin lace supplies.
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  • Lace Bobbins and Tatting Shuttles - Chris Parson sells handpainted wooden bobbins and shuttles. He also sells the tatting shuttles made by Stuart Johnson.
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  • Lacemaking - Supplies, tools and tapes.
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  • Lacy Susan - Virginian lacer offers beads, bobbins and books. She also carries Lace 2000 bobbin lace design software.
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  • LoveTatting - Diane Whisnant sells 3 pattern sets and t-shirts.
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  • Mike Bester's lace Bobbins - Mike Bester, from South Africa, is a renowned midland and continental lace bobbin maker.
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  • Provo Enterprises - Based in California, this shop offers a wide range of bobbin, knit and tatted lace making supplies via the internet.
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  • Roseground - This online shop is based in England, but supplies lacers worldwide with unique products such as Edward Clarke's 'Silent Tatter' shuttles.
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  • The Shuttle Maker - A folk artist has designed a shuttle that holds more thread.
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  • SMP Lace - Shop west of London provides bobbin and needle lace supplies: pillows, books, threads, and display supplies.
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  • Tatting and Design. - Lyn Morton teaches tatting and designs patterns. Her shop provides threads, shuttles and tools.
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  • Theo Brejaart - Theo's international list of lace books is arranged by language. He also offers lace calendars.
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  • Threads Galore - Offers tatting and crochet threads, featuring Turkish threads.
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  • 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.
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  • Winslow Bobbins - Producers of personalised commemorative lace and hardwood bobbins. Directions for spangling are included.
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