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Tatting Patterns by Jane Eborall. Elizabeth's Lace. Chiacchierino della nonna. Free Tatting Patterns and Projects, How To Tatting Guides, Charts and More at AllCrafts! Tatted Motifs. [home] [gallery] [patterns] [how to tat lace] [shop] [tatty links] [contact] Below are the motif patterns I have available.

Tatted Motifs

The patterns in this section are FREE and are for personal use only. Just click on the desired icon to see a larger picture and to get the pattern. The patterns are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. If you do not haveAdobe Acrobat Reader, it is a free download. General Disclaimer:All content of this page is property of the designer and is not to be used otherwise. Tatting by Wendy - Doilies. This 'n' Tat - Pattern Library and Archive. Cro-tat. Tatting with a Crochet Hook Please compare the photo of a crochet designed for tatting with a regular crochet hook.


The tatting crochet hool has a straight non-tapered shank similar to a tatting needle while a regular crochet hook has a tapered shank and often a wide spot for ease of handling in the center. Tatting with a Crochet Hook Instructions from 1869 Godey's Lady Book Vol. 78, page 271. This page of patterns was rescued from obscurity by Rebecca Hollenbaugh, former editor of Old Time Crochet And these instructions were typed and the scans of the diagrams made usable by Tammy Rodgers. "Tat over the crochet hook, instead of over the thread with a shuttle. The double knots are worked over the hook in the same manner as with a shuttle over the thread, and the latter is drawn through by the hook. The thread goes in it with it double through the knots, and according to Fig. 5, forms a loop before the beginning of the knots, through which, as also shown in Fig. 5, 2d . Any questions? Patterns Jane Eborall. Tatting & nothin' else.

Yup, well known for it too!!! It's something that Nick and I have in common - a love of bags! Not posh bags, expensive bags, but downright useful bags!! Wherever we are we seem to be drawn to bags. We buy bags and then find that the 'new and REALLY useful' one that seemed like our dreams come true in the shop turns out to be flipping useless!!! I also make bags - I have a 'thing' about making them too. I honestly can't remember when I made the first bag but it was many, many years ago. Well the week before last we had a 'turning out' of bags. PS - yes, I'm allowed a PS in a blog, I'm sure!!

Needle Tatting - Home. Tatting Web Index. This index provides access to tatting images, patterns, techniques, groups, and people located on the World Wide Web.

Tatting Web Index

Specific tatting patterns will only be found in the Patterns listing. Likewise, information on specific tatting techniques and design elements are located under Techniques. Use the numbers after the term to link to the pages containing the desired information. The number assigned to a site is used merely for convenience and does not reflect the value of information located at that site. Top A Adding beads to split rings see Techniques, adding beads to split rings Anemone 1 Angel 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 see also Patterns, angel Apple 1 Top.

Butterfly bookmarks. Simple and quick!

Butterfly bookmarks

I took the pink butterfly and some of my other tatted bookmarks and jewelry to the consignment boutique where I sell some of my work. The shop owner, (who loves my tatting) didn't want to carry bookmarks at first -- "I've had other bookmarks here, and they just sit... " but couldn't resist keeping just a few of mine at the shop . I got a phone call a few hours later from the shop owner, "I just sold the pink butterfly! The lady would also like one in purple! " For a pdf copy of this pattern Click Here. Tatting Abbrev. This edging was inspired by Anne Orr's pattern from J.

Tatting Abbrev.

& P. Coats "Crochet, Cross Stitch and Tatting" Book 14 ©1923. It has been revised and redesigned by Dagmar Pezzuto – 2014 © The tatting designs of Anne Orr and needlework articles published in many magazines such as Southern Woman's Magazine, Good Housekeeping and Better Homes and Gardens made tatting patterns available to all. Anne Champe Orr (1875-1946) was endlessly fascinated with needle work and designed and sold hundreds of thousands of patterns for cross stitch, quilting, crochet, filet crochet and tatting. She also provided employment for women in the Appalachians making appliquéd quilts and delicate tablecloths for sale. The entire copy of this Anne Orr book #14 is available for free download here at

Bella Patterns. Free Patterns Many tatting authors have posted their patterns for free on their web sites and lots are listed here!

Bella Patterns

If you like one you have worked you should e-mail the author and let him or her know. A study of the Classic Wheel Pattern [offsite link]The classic tatted wheel is a familar pattern to tatters. It must be one of the earliest patterns ever designed.