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This 'n' Tat - Beaded Tatting. Beaded Tatting Lessons The following instructions for beaded tatting, are based on those I first wrote for an article I penned for Piecework Magazine (Jan.

This 'n' Tat - Beaded Tatting

/Feb. 1996). Also included in the following pages are extensive design suggestions, comments on suitable bead materials, and some historical background information that were not originally included in the article due to space limitations. To add beads when making a join: To apply a bead at a join, slide the tip of the crochet hook through the hole in the bead until bead rests on the shaft. Without removing the hook from the picot, pick up the hand thread as if you were making a normal picot join and pull it through the picot to form a loop. Note: Make the picots consistent in size and a tiny bit longer than the length through your bead. A tiny-sized crochet hook (size 15 or 16) is particularly useful for making seed bead joins in this method. 11 novembre 2010 Boucles d'oreilles en frivolité - modèle gratuit Un nouveau modèle de boucle d'oreilles en frivolité est à votre disposition!

D'abord il faut préparer un support dans cette façon avec un fil en métal pas trop fin pour qu'il tienne la forme: Pour faire cette anneau j'utilise une tube de perles de 2,5 cm de diamètre, pas plus petite parce qu'il faut librement passer la navette. Et maintenant on peut commencer le travail. Instructions: This design used two 5mm turquoise-colored beads, 20 gold seed beads, tatting thread size 20, and 2 gold-tone jewelry findings.

Wind 1.5 yards of thread onto a shuttle. Add 7 seed beads onto the thread. You will start with a ring. Be sure you leave at least 5 inches of thread hanging so you can tie your work to the jewelry finding when you’re done. Form the ring on your hand, and at the same time keep 6 beads close to the shuttle, and one bead on your working thread and to the back of your hand. Vickie writes: "As far as adapting Mary's wonderful pattern for the cross, I mentally analyzed and picked apart the various elements of her design and then put them back together on paper in a different fashion.

(I'm much too analytical for my own good! Hehe) To me, it seemed logical that the separate parts could be put together to make a shape with corners and I could get a cross out of it. Of course, until I got it all on paper, I wasn't sure it would work! After I realized the cross would fly, the earrings were a shoe-in. If I tell you, "I saw them in my mind's eye," does that make any sense? Jazzmama aka Vickie from Southwest Louisiana Directions for the Black Magic Cross: Tatting with black is a fun challenge for me.

I love the elegant look, especially when I use very few picots. Here is a necklace and earring set using black DMC Cebelia and seed beads. I hope you enjoy it! The shoelace trick is a crucial part of this pattern. To do the shoelace trick, cross the shuttle and working thread to make a loop. This is an intermediate-level 1-shuttle pattern. Have you ever picked colors and thought they’d be fun, but when your project was done, you thought, “What was I thinking?!”

Well, I did that with this design. Whew! Purple and fuchsia is a bit much for me! But the design is fun, and color is something easily changed. I love earrings, and I love clover leafs.

I was in the mood for earrings this month, so here’s a super-simple one! The hardest part of these earrings was tying the beaded loops in place. This pattern is beginner level and uses one shuttle. I used size 30 DMC Cebelia thread in lavendar, color 210. © 2002 Kim Millar ( E-mail Kim) Each earring requires 1 meter of thread, 2 pearl beads and 32 seed beads.

This is a one shuttle only pattern. Many variations of this pattern can be made by varying the length of beads on the long picot that hangs and the type of beads used. Use your imagination and have fun with it. For the version diagramed, load beads on thread in this order: 3 seed beads, 1 larger round pearl, 10 seed beads, 1 larger round pearl and 19 seed beads. Materials: a cotton thread and a bead. how to create and necklace a bangle it is described here >> Tatted earrings: © If you use the pattern, you should refer to this site.

© If you use the pattern, you should refer to this site.

Copy this link to your site: “Free tatting patterns” Tatted earrings bakeneko earrings, Free tatting patterns, necklace. Beads are added to tatting in two basic manners. 1. Beads are threaded onto the shuttle and/or ball threads and brought into postition as the double stitches are formed. (See the three gold beads on one picot in the scan below.) Schematy.