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. Advertisements

Butterfly bookmark 1

Techniques R             ring Ch           chain SCMR    self-closing mock ring F CH       Floating chain. J/+          join JCh         Josephine chain LP/–      large picot   Instructions R: 8ds, close ring Body of then butterfly is a bit difficult. Ch: 6ds, 3.5cm floating chain (paperclip to keep the loop open), 5ds, 3.5cm floating chain (paperclip to keep the loop … More Butterfly bookmark 1

Butterfly

Techniques R             ring Ch           chain SCMR    self-closing mock ring F CH       Floating chain. J/+          join Instructions R: 8ds, close ring Body of then butterfly is a bit difficult. Ch: 6ds, 3.5cm floating chain (paperclip to keep the loop open), 5ds, 3.5cm floating chain (paperclip to keep the loop open) 6ds, paper clip on the shuttle … More Butterfly

Witch’s pentagram

Techniques BDS        balance double stitch R             ring Ch           chain   Instructions R:  12 ds Ch: 12 BDS R:  12 ds Ch: 12 BDS R:  12 ds Ch: 12 BDS R:  12 ds Ch: 12 BDS R:  12 ds Ch: 12 BDS Weave the chains that it create a star with one chain crosses in … More Witch’s pentagram