Flowers in tatting
There are some lovely free tatting patterns for tatted flowers here. These would be suitable for pictures, cards and for decorating that special gift!
Cherry Blossom Motif 1 - Hye-oon Lee
Hye-oon Lee is sharing a pattern from her tatting book, "Lovely
Tatting: Doilies for Spring and Summer." This petite doily is called the Cherry Blossom Motif.
Daffodil [offsite link]
Inger Kirstensen designed this Daffodil, which again uses block tatting, along with spiral tatting and split rings. It´s quite an advanced piece using lots of interesting techniques.
Daisy Doily - Teri Dusenbury [offsite link]
Teri Dusenbury recommends this pattern as a good practice for split rings.
Daisy Picot Choker by Mark Myers [offsite link]
This choker pattern takes concentration in preparing the daisy picot. It is an excellent opportunity to work with multiple shuttles and multiple colors.
FLOR ROSA MARIA By Dagmar Pezzuto
FLOR ROSA MARIA By Dagmar Pezzuto – 2016 © Dagmar is a talented tatter from Brazil. BellaOnline.com members have enjoyed many of her lovely patterns. This flower is a harbinger of spring. It uses the onion ring join technique to create multi layer flower petals.
Floral Doily by Emma Crew [offsite link]
Another bright spring like floral doily by Emma Crew.
Hanging Cluny Split Ring Flower
This split ring flower with hanging cluny leaves is shared with us by Ruth Perry.
Hyacinth with Josephine Knots [offsite link]
Here is a lesson using josephine knots to create floral tatting.
Long skinny leaf [offsite link]
Inger´s daffodil with long skinny leaves
Lucky Clover [offsite link]
Here is a four leafed clover you can tat for luck! It was designed by Charlene Pinkowski.
Mary´s Roses [offsite link]
Here is an extremely pretty and simple pattern for a rose by Mary McCarthy. It was stored on the wayback machine.
Look here for a photo of the roses:
Melanie´s Violet Bouquet [offsite link]
This one includes a number of advanced techniques but has clear diagrams and links to how to pages.
Mini Floral [offsite link]
Heather Johnston has designed some lovely small floral pieces for which I am sure you will find lots of uses.
Padded Tatting Rose
A a pattern using padded tatting from an illustration from the Needlecraft Magazine of May 1929, page 10.
Pansy [offsite link]
This is a simple pattern for a pansy to be mounted on a card, by Lisa Trumble.
Poinsettia by Dagmar Pezzuto [offsite link]
Dagmar Pezutto from Brazil shares her poinsettia in tatted hanging cluny leaves. Beautiful.
Priscilla 2 Pansy - Sarah Danks [offsite link]
3-D Pansy pattern from the Priscilla Tatting Book 2 with modernized tatting instructions by Sarah Dank.
Rosa 3D [offsite link]
Another Italian pattern, this time for a rose.
Rose and Leaf [offsite link]
The tatting for this pattern is very simple and gives an extremely pretty result.
Sakura Cherry Blossom - Corina Meyfeldt
Spring is Cherry Blossom time and master Corina Meyfeldt and designed a lovely blossom for tatters. Many of uses from hairclips, bridal bouquets, barrettes for brides' maids. And they would look great bundled together for a pin or brooch.
Seiglinde´s 3-dimensional Iris [offsite link]
This really wonderful piece of lace uses block tatting mounted on fine wire to shape the leaves and stems. It was designed by Sieglinde Grigat.
Sharon Brigg´s April Snowflake [offsite link]
Sharon Briggs shares this basic pattern for a floral edging with us. It is simple to make but offers many possibilities for variations.
Tatted Daisy by Mrs. Odum
Tatted Daisy by Mrs. W. M. Odum. New models by Amrutha N.
Tatted Picture [offsite link]
Here is a tatted picture of flowers which is very simple but most effective.
Tudor Rose [offsite link]
This is an advanced piece for the Henry VIII style Tudor Rose, designed by Rosemarie Peel. The pattern can be found in the section entitled Tatting Patterns from Me to You.
Woven Picot Flower Robina Melville
Robina Melville demonstrates how to make a dense center on a tatted flower by weaving long picots.
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