This technique have a nice decorative element to it. Start with a ring or chain for the technique. Tat a few large picots separate by 1ds each the same length. I used a thin ruler as a picot gauge. Once you have the amount a picots that is needed remove the picot gauge (if you guest … More gathered picot
Techniques SR: split ring -/p: picots +/j: join Instructions: Wing SR1: 6ds/7ds-7ds, close ring SR2: 4ds-4ds/6ds-6ds, close ring SR3: 6ds/7ds-7ds, close ring SR4: 4ds+4ds+6ds/6ds, close ring (join to SR2) SR5: 4ds-4ds-6ds/6ds, close ring SR6: 6ds/7ds+7ds, close ring (join to SR3) SR7: 4ds-4ds/6ds-6ds, close ring SR8: 6ds+7ds/7ds, close ring (join to SR6) SR9: 5ds/5ds, close … More splitring butterfly
This is a technique at first glance (a quick one that is) can confuse you with crochet. It is only when proper looking and examining this item, you will see a new tatting technique. This technique have two different bases: a ring and a chain. Note: In both ways of making the hyperbolic tatting, all … More Hyperbolic tatting
Techniques SR split ring R ring JC Josephine chain Instructions R 12ds, close ring JC: 12ds SR: 6ds/6ds, close ring JC: 12ds *SR: 6ds/6ds, close ring JC: 12ds** Repeat from * to ** until you reached your desired length R 12ds, close ring Cut and tie
This technique is a simple and easy to do technique. Make the first half of the double stitch. Before tightening the stitch, pull a loop from the stitch through a picot. Place your shuttle through the loop, close the loop, and pull the stitch tight.
Techniques: R Ring Ch chain CR Curved ring SLT shoe lace trick Instructions: Butterfly: CR: 10ds 3 first half of ds 25 ds, close ring R: 15ds, close ring R: 15ds, close ring CR: 25ds 3 first half of ds 10 ds, close ring Cut and tie (leave end out for antennas) … More Butterfly in heart
I found a problem while I was experimenting with advance beading. Some of my picots was too small (I did try and to make all the picot the same size and long enough) and I did not want to go and undo all that tatting to retry and get the picots large enough for the … More Add beads to a too small picot