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Tatting with a Crochet Hook

Tatting with a Crochet Hook
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?

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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!!! Chez Plum » Tutorial: How I make my knitting charts for lace So, a couple weeks ago I showed a glimpse of the knitting chart I was working on. I finally took the time to make a little tutorial and explain the way I did it. I hope it’s clear enough, or feel free to ask your questions ! (Click for larger pics !!) This one will be the lace pattern used in the Isabeau purse pattern. I start with creating a table in an Excell-type software (Im using the freeware OpenOffice Calc, here with a french version).

Butterfly bookmarks Simple and quick! 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 Knit One Below (K1B) Baby Hat Variegated yarns are beautiful, but they are not always easy to incorporate into projects. You never know until you start knitting how the colors will pool. If the yarn is self striping each colored section is long enough for you to knit multiple rounds in a single color. Otherwise, you don't know if you'll get a spiral, or big patches of color that appear unordered.

Tatting Abbrev. This edging was inspired by Anne Orr's pattern from J. & P. Coats "Crochet, Cross Stitch and Tatting" Book 14 ©1923. It has been revised and redesigned by Dagmar Pezzuto – 2014 © January 2011 Archives January 31, 2011 A Small Parade The hunt for unfinished things, and the desire to move them to the other category yielded up a few things in the last few days. The urge to tidy the box holding UFO's didn't go away. Bella Patterns Free Patterns Many tatting authors have posted their patterns for free on their web sites and lots are listed here! 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

Summer Cotton Crocheted Bracelet ~ Free Pattern! I'm pleased to offer this new free pattern today. The Summer Cotton Crocheted Bracelet was inspired by a trip to Virgin Gorda. It's perfect for those casual, carefree days of summer when only the feel of cool cotton will do. This bracelet is so fun and easy to make. You'll want to design one for all of your friends! This pattern will make a bracelet that is 7 inches long from one end of the clasp to the other.

Tatted Motifs [home] [gallery] [patterns] [how to tat lace] [shop] [tatty links] [contact] Below are the motif patterns I have available. 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. Bobbles Inspiration for Bobbles came from this bag. Needless to say, it has a lot of bobbles which may not be to everyone,s liking, but I had never crochet these before so I enjoyed doing it. Also I have to carry around a lot of baby stuff, so I thought it was a classier way to carry it. Crochet part was not very hard but writing down the pattern was. I made the handles myself.