Tat to the point where you want to join in your tatting. Place your needle through the picot and continue to tat further.
The picot is the same in shuttle tatting and needle tatting, leave a gap between two double stitches.
Start the ring the same way you would tat a chain. The difference between the two techniques is when you are pulling the thread completely through the double stitches , leave a loop and place the needle through the loop, then pull the thread tight.
Tatting a chain, you need to know how many double stitches you will need to tat for the chain. After tatting a chain pull the needle completely through the double stitches and pull the thread tight.
Starting with needle tatting, you need to understand that you will have a potential of thread knotting up every time you want to complete a technique. I am not talking about the knot you have to make at the end of the technique, I am talking about de-tangling the thread to complete the technique. You … More How to tat a double stitch in needle tatting
Techniques R: RingSR: Split ring-/P: PicotCh: ChainLJ: Lock join Instructions R: 5 ds – 5 ds – 5 ds – 5 ds, close ringSR: 5 ds – 5 ds / 5 ds – 5 ds, close ringSR: 5 ds – 5 ds / 5 ds – 5 ds, close ringSR: 5 ds – 5 ds … More circular necklace
Start with adding the beads you want on the ring before starting to tat. Create the loop for a ring, slide one bead (if you want to add more, add more) onto the loop. Tat the ring. Close the ring. The beads will prevent you from completely closing the ring.
Techniques R: RingSR: Split ring-/P: PicotCh: ChainLJ: Lock join Instructions R: 5 ds – 5 ds – 5 ds – 5 ds, close ringSR: 5 ds – 5 ds / 5 ds – 5 ds, close ringSR: 5 ds – 5 ds / 5 ds – 5 ds, close ringSR: 5 ds – 5 ds … More Circular bracelet
This technique is a technique that have a ring for a base. Start with a ring. Tat the first have of the ring 2 ds – 2 ds – 2 ds – 2 ds – 2 ds – 2 ds. Create a loop with the shuttle thread. Tat the second half of the ring 2 … More Leaf ring
TechniquesR: ringsCh: chain-/P: picot+/LJ: lock joinInstructionsR: 5 ds – 5 ds – 5 ds – 5 ds, close ringCh: 15 ds + 15 ds + 15 ds + 15 dsCut and tie