Advance beading 3

This is for those how cannot get enough beads on the tatting pieces. There are three categories beading falls in. Shuttle thread beads, ball thread beads and beads on the picot. All three in depth. Beads on the ball thread will allow the beads to form a picot with a bead in the thread. The … More Advance beading 3

Chained bookmark

Techniques Ch: chain SLT: shoe lace trick   Instructions Start with the measurement of the chain times 20 (for me that is 10cm x 20 = 2meters) fold the thread in half. From the loop measure the length of the chain plus 5cm. this is where the first double stitch needs to be made. The … More Chained bookmark

Advance beading 2

This is for those how cannot get enough beads on the tatting pieces. There are three categories beading falls in. Shuttle thread beads, ball thread beads and beads on the picot. I will explain the ball thread beads with adding shuttle thread beads in depth. Beads on the ball thread will allow the beads to … More Advance beading 2

Ring bookmark

Techniques R             ring P/-          picot JC            Josephine chain   Instructions R: 5ds-5ds-5ds-5ds-5ds, close ring JC: 12cm long chain R: 5ds-5ds-5ds-5ds-5ds, close ring

Advance beading 1

This is for those how cannot get enough beads on the tatting pieces. There are three categories beading falls in. Shuttle thread beads, ball thread beads and beads on the picot. I will explain the ball thread beads in depth. Beads on the ball thread will allow the beads to form a picot with a … More Advance beading 1

Flower bookmark

Techniques R             ring Ch           chain P/-          picot Lj/+        lock join LCh         lock chain Instructions R: 5ds-5ds-5ds-5ds-5ds, close ring Ch: 15ds+15ds+15ds+15ds+15ds LCh: 5ds flipped, 5ds non-flipped repeat until 15cn reach R 10ds, close ring

Pull loop join.

Tatting a chain of rings is a more accurate description of this technique. Tat a ring with one picot. (Picot must be in the middle of the ring ex. 6ds-6ds, close ring). Pull a loop through the picot and lock join. You are now ready to tat the next ring in the chain of rings.