In 1895 the Butterick Publishing Company published Tatting and Netting. The first 76 pages are devoted to tatting, while the 76 pages are devoted to netting.
You don't know what netting is? Well, netting is an open fabric. That means there are holes in it. It is created by tying knots over plastic, wood, or metal gauges called mesh sticks. Netting can be as large and heavy as a fishing net or hammock or as light and airy as a delicate piece of lace.
If you want to see some more samples of netting, pay a visit to my website knotsindeed.com.
If you want to learn to net, pay a visit to my website nettingnook.com and take some video classes.