Jewelry Free Tatting Patterns
Beaded Bracelet Saundra Hameed [offsite link]
Tatted bracelet with beaded split ring tatting.
Bouquet Earrings by Vicki Clarke [offsite link]
Dr. Vicki Clarke´s little earrings look just like a miniature nosegay.
Bracelets Free Tatting Patterns
Of course, any tatted edging would make a good bracelet but here are some free tatting patterns especially designed to make tatted bracelets. Some would make nice chokers too.
Branched Coral Earrings [offsite link]
A lovely pattern, but the construction would also serve equally well as greenery or leaves for flowers.
Brooches Free Tatting Patterns
Here are some lovely free tatting patterns to make tatted lace brooches for that special occasion.
Dagmar Pezutto´s Cluny Clover Square Medallion Earring [offsite link]
Dagmar Pezutto´s Cluny Clover Square Medallion Necklace, which features both cluny leaves and cloverleaf forms may able be tatted as an earring.
Dagmar Pezutto´s Cluny Clover Square Medallion Necklace [offsite link]
Dagmar Pezutto´s Cluny Clover Square Medallion Necklace, features both cluny leaves and cloverleaf forms.
Drop Earrings - Daniela Mendola
Daniela's earrings are so cute and easy to tat up. This pattern has but 2 rings and a chain. The earrings are beaded.
Earrings by Anita Barry [offsite link]
Anita Barry designed this set of earrings to wear at the Fireman´s Banquet. Fast and easy, any color ok and just right to add dangly beads.
Earrings Free Tatting Patterns
There are some pretty free tatting patterns for earrings here. Almost all the designers have used beads in the tatting and these tiny wearables will also make miniature ornaments and card decorations.
Filigree Necklace - Susan Phillipo
Filigree Necklace - Susan Phillipo, This is a very simple pattern made up entirely of a simple spit ring pattern.
Floating Heart - Nina Libin
Nina Libin shares with us a vibrant piece of tatted jewelry which uses the most delicate of metallic threads and finely made beads so tiny that they could almost float away!
Grape vine padded - lesson
Joy Critchfield prepared this beginner's lesson for the 2003 Online Tatting Class, please enjoy the "Heard It Thru The Grapevine" project.
Holiday Pendant or Pin - Nina LIbin [offsite link]
Nina Libin´s Holiday ornament may be used as tree decoration, pin or pendant. It features pearl or maltese tatting.
Jane Eborall´s Winsome Drop Earrings [offsite link]
The creative Jane Eborall has devised an earring pattern that is not only cute but also easily personalized. She has cleverly included tutorials on bead placement on the core thread and ring thread. Be sure to read the directions all the way through before starting to tat.
Necklaces and Pendants Free Tatting Patterns
Here are some gorgeous free tatting patterns for necklaces and pendants which you can wear on that special day!
New Year's Eve Earrings by Zena Herbert
Glamourous tatted and beaded earrings shared by Zena Herbert from the files of the Online Tatting Classw.
Nina Libin Long Picot Earring
Nina Libin's earrings with 3 long beaded picots needs 2½ - 3 yards of 3-ply metallic embroidery thread and 150-160 seed beads size 11.
Noorjahan's Rubies - Muskaan
Muskaan shares her pattern "Noorjahan's Rubies Ring" with us. Muskaan designed these earrings and ring pattern especially for the 2017 Palmetto Tat Days
Noorjahan´s Parure of Rubies set - Muskaan [offsite link]
Fascinating project: Inspired and named after a 16th century Mughal Empress, Noorjahan, dramatically embodied in the book ‘The Feast of Roses’ by Indu Sundaresan. She held the reins of the empire in her husband’s name, Emperor Jehangir. Hence black here symbolizes the time when a woman’s place was in the shadows, behind a veil. Yet, her brilliance, strength and power shone through – as in the Swarovski crystals and diamonds. The teardrops indicate the resistance and hardships she faced. But
Pearl Tatted Bracelet Padded
Joys' padded bracelet with pearl tatting.
Rainbow Bright Earrings by Renee Campbell
Sweet and easy earrings for all occassions by Renee Campbell
Rose Brooch by Jeanne Lugert
If you tatted the rose earrings by Jeanne Lugert, you will be pleased to find this matching brooch pattern, also from the files of the Online Tatting Class.
Simple Dragonfly Earrings - Wanda Salmans [offsite link]
A delicate mini-dragonfly adorns these petite earrings by Wanda Salmans.
Summertime Bling Cabochon - Jane Eborall
Jane Eborall's Square Cabochon. Jane Eborall shares her design of a square cabochon framed with tatting. Notice the cab is faceted to reflect the light and there is a motif tucked into the back side but visible through the cab!
Tatted Flag Earring
These earrings designed by Sonya Loyd are from the files of the Online Tatting Class. The colors are red, white and blue from our own flag but those tatters in other nations can easily substitute the colors of their national flags.
Tatted Gifts for the Holidays
Classy tatted jewelry, both necklaces and earrings just right for holiday gift giving. From the files of the Online Tatting Class.
Tatted Hair Ornaments Free Tatting Patterns
There is one item in this section at the moment, a fun pattern for a tatted scrunchy.
Tatted Jewelry from Vintage Patterns
Combined two wrapped bangle pieces into one bracelet. Select any vintage edging or insertion and use multiple colors as well as adding bling with beads, crystals and baubles joining to both bangles as you tat.
Tatting False Plaits
Gina Brummet shared that the original pattern which inspired this pattern was from the 1915 December Needlecraft, "Necklace with Butterfly Slide" by Sarah Ethel Compton.
Tea Light Earrings by Barbara Bruyer [offsite link]
Barbara Bruyer´s Tea Light Inspired Earrings patterns is a great chance to practice the split ring and placing a bead inside a self-closing mock ring.
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