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

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

Tatting Smithing

This technique reminds me of how gold smiths will set stones into the jewellery. The only difference would be the stone/bead is tatted over. I went with a simple pattern. R: 2ds -2ds -2ds and Ch: 4ds. The most important thing to remember is to tat rings with both threads. Tat the amount of rings … More Tatting Smithing

Josephine pedal

This technique is a ring like technique, where only the first half or the second half of the double stitch are use. The main difference between the Josephine ring and Josephine pedal is that you use the balance double stitches instead of a normal double stitch. To start you tat one-half of the double stitch. … More Josephine pedal

collared rings

Tatting a chain of rings with rings around where you lock join to the picot and base of a ring Tat a ring with one picot in the middle. (Picot must be in the middle of the ring ex. 6ds-6ds, close ring). Tat the second ring starting at the base of the first ring going … More collared rings

Vipor picot

This is a way to jazz up your tatting. There are two main ways to tat. On the either the first half of the double stitch or the second half of the double stitch the technique will be done. While the other half is tatted normally. Start with a normal double stitch. On the first … More Vipor picot