Her tatting collars were the admiration of the whole seminary, and she made herself a whole dress of rick-rack.
Mrs. Harrison reached for her tatting which lay near her book.
Within the drawing-room, before a low table, sits Miss Scrope, tatting industriously.
She had her tatting with her and Drusilla saw that she was in for a visitation.
The ends of the cravat are ornamented with patterns in tatting, worked with tatting cotton No. 100.
We've no time for questions, Evelina, now—go back to your tatting—hey?
But the hooks flew through Dan's fingers like tatting on an old maid's lap.
You know as much about writing poetry as I do about tatting!
A rosette in tatting is sewn on in the middle of the end of the cravat.
The end of this cravat is formed by a long rosette or médaillon in tatting.
"making of knotted lace," 1832, of uncertain origin. In French, frivolité.
Thematic Apperception Test
To decorate; prettify; bedizen; gussy up: go the glam route or tart it up or punk it down/ American directors feel obliged to tart up Shakespeare (1938+)