Letter U

Techniques R             ring SR           split ring -/P          picot +/J          join (shuttle join for before the split, lock join for after the split)   Instruction: R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring. SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: … More Letter U

Herringbone hook up

This technique is a technique that is similar to weaving picot the only difference is that this technique’s picots is hooked through one another To start with, this technique tat a chain with unflipped double stitches and the picots increasing in size. Once you have the amount of picots in the chain, you need tat … More Herringbone hook up

Letter T

Techniques R             ring SR           split ring -/P          picot +/J          join (shuttle join for before the split, lock join for after the split)   Instructions R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: … More Letter T

LSC block tatting

LSC stands for Lock Stitch Chain. That is when every second stitch is an unflipped stitch. Block tatting refers to the end result of this technique. Tatting a chain that joined to itself to create a block. To start, tat two double stitches, picot then the required amount of double stitch.   Leave a gab … More LSC block tatting

Letter S

Techniques R             ring SR           split ring -/P          picot +/J          join (shuttle join for before the split, lock join for after the split) ROSR     ring of split ring   Instruction: R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring. SR: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds / 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds / 5ds – 5ds … More Letter S

curled in ring

This is one of the techniques that are based off another technique. To start tat a ring off chain / floating ring. Tat the ring with one picot at the middle of the ring. Before you continue with the chain, join the rings picot to the chain. Take a hook place it through the ring … More curled in ring