Cluny Flower and Net by Dagmar Pezzuto

Cluny Flower and Net by Dagmar Pezzuto


SCREEN WITH SEQUINS AND SEED BEADS By Dagmar Pezzuto ©2013

ABBREVIATIONS

R = ring

CH = chain

HCL = hanging cluny

SCH = split chain

LS = chain lock stitch

ZZ = zig zag chain

clr = close

seed beads and sequins

2 needles for attaching sequins and seed beads



mother's card made of tatting with flower using cluny petals by Dagmar Pezzuto



SCREEN

R1 = 3ds – 3ds – 3ds – 3ds clr.

LS – 3ds / 3ds / 3ds – 3ds / 3ds / 3ds – (for desired size)


R2 – 3ds – 3ds – 3ds – 3ds clr

CH – 6 ds

Repeat the Rings and Lock Stitch Chain until the other end.


SCH – 6ds / R / LS (Repeat to opposite end)

Once the desired width is tatted, please repeat in the opposite direction.

To make the corners, use the LS chain and two floating rings.



mother's card made of tatting with flower using cluny petals by Dagmar Pezzuto

ZIGZAG CHAIN

10 ds (sequin and bead)10 ds (sequin and bead)10 ds (continue for the desired length.)



mother's card made of tatting with flower using cluny petals by Dagmar Pezzuto corner screen



FLOWER

R = 1ds (bead) 1ds (bead) 1ds (bead) 1ds (bead) 1ds (bead) 1ds(bead) 1ds. clr.

HCL = 20 passes with sequin and seed bead at end(6x)




mother's card made of tatting with flower using cluny petals by Dagmar Pezzuto



FLOWER'S STEM

5ds (bead)5ds (leaf hangs off stem) HCL 5ds(bead) 5ds HCL 5ds(bead) 5ds (continue for desired length.)

R 4ds (bead) 4ds. clr.



mother's card made of tatting with flower using cluny petals by Dagmar Pezzuto




MOUNTING THE SCREEN

Use any size painted screen. Paste the entire tatting network onto screen. Paste the entire zigzag in network.



Apply the flower in the desired place in network. Paste seed beads in the rings of network. Complete the job with a chain with picot on stem of the flower, mimicking a grass. Background may be painted any desired color.



Dagmar Pezzuto is a member of the Online Tatting Class. She lives in Brazil.



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