You can use two shuttles and ball thread or three shuttles. It is up to you (A). Tat both side of the pearl tatting without flipping the double stitches. Tat 3 ds with shuttle 1 on the ball thread (B), then 3ds with shuttle 2 (C), back to shuttle 1, you will end up with a … More How to pearl tat
Techniques R: ring Ch: chain -/P: picot +/J: join LHPJ: lark head picot join (adding the fasteners for the bracelet) Add a bead to all the picots that joins between the rings Instruction: R: 5ds LHPJ 5ds-5ds-5ds Ch: 6ds-6ds *R: 5ds+5ds-5ds-5ds Ch: 6ds-6ds* Repeat between * and * until the bracelet have one ring left … More Clover set – bracelet
This only means to tat a pattern that needs more than 2 shuttles at a time. Let’s first look at the title multiple shuttles. Multiple – meaning more than 2. That will be 3 or more tatting shuttles. This only means to tat a pattern that needs more than 2 shuttles at a time.
Techniques R = rings Ch = chain -/p = picot +/j = join Instruction R: 5ds-5ds-5ds R: 5ds+5ds-1ds-1ds-5ds-5ds R: 5ds+5ds-5ds Ch: 3ds R: 5ds+5ds-5ds R: 5ds+5ds-1ds-1ds-5ds-5ds R: 5ds+5ds+5ds Ch: 3ds
Seeing that I have covered Cluny tatting, I will only explain what gets done differently. I would suggest only using a loom for this method (A). The way you set up the loom differs, first it is not outer dowel pegs going inward. You start from left to right (B). The weaving/ … More How to tat a square Cluny
Techniques R = ring -/p = Picot +/J = join Instructions R: 4ds-6ds-2ds-1ds-1ds-2ds-6ds-4ds R: 4ds+2ds-4ds R: 4ds+4ds-4ds-4ds R: 4ds+2ds-4ds R: 4ds+6ds-2ds-1ds-1ds-2ds-6ds-4ds R: 4ds+2ds-4ds R: 4ds+4ds-4ds-4ds R: 4ds+2ds+4ds
This join cannot be seen as a join when looked at, how the join is made. The join is created in such a way to form a double stitch over a picot, where the picot by the core thread. (A) If one know how to make a double stitch in the way it is made … More How to make a young join