Intriguing, non-traditional Free Tatting Patterns
Baby Feet [offsite link]
Heather Johnston´s little tatted feet are so cute!
Bass & Treble Clef by Jane Eborall [offsite link]
Bass & Treble Clef by Jane Eborall
Beaded Tea Candle Holder [offsite link]
Here is a very pretty pattern for a beaded tea candle holder by Sabina Carden-Madden.
Betty Albertson 8 pt motif
Betty Albertson was a participant in Book 5 of the Ribbonwinners Series, “Tatting with Friends” edited by Georgia Seitz 1995 (op) . Her pattern of an eight point motif offers exercises in multiple joins, climbing out and varied length of picots.
Calice [offsite link]
Edda Guastalla designed these pieces in honour of a curate who was leaving his parish.
Heartsrings Tatters Club [offsite link]
This site has some lovely patterns and it´s well worth exploring.
Ice Cream Cone [offsite link]
Nancy Tracy has designed a fun ice cream cone which looks good enough to eat!
Mark Myers´s Free Patterns [offsite link]
Mark Myers has a delightful selection of free patterns which can be viewed here. You will need to e-mail him to request copies of any patterns you would like.
Mobile Phone case [offsite link]
Here are some instructions for a pretty case for your mobile phone.
Note Cards [offsite link]
Here are some pretty note cards designed by Roger AKA Freedman.
Red Hat [offsite link]
Here is another red hat, this time for use as a pretty brooch, by Gina Butler.
Rosemarie Peel´s Web Site [offsite link]
Rosemarie has a new web site and has requested that visitors be directed to this page.
Shuttle Nametag [offsite link]
Here is a fun idea for a nametag, by Kathy Lowe.
Slipper [offsite link]
Somebody was asking on one of the online tatting mailing lists about a pattern for a tatted plimsoll top so here it is.
Strawberries and Cream [offsite link]
Here are Nancy Tracy´s tatted strawberries which are not difficult to make.
Sunflower Motif by Betty Albertson
This Sunflower by Betty Albertson offers exercises in making the split chain, forming dense centers from chains, climbing out through a mock picot to reduce the number of cuts to the thread and cluny weaving.
Tassel Tops [offsite link]
Rebecca has designed some fun tassel tops which are made with strings of Josephine knots.
This vase is just right for the intermediate tatter. The pattern is from the public domain booklet, "Corticelli Lessons in Tatting Book #3" by Nellie Ellison and Melvia M Stoddard published by Corticelli Silk Mills, Florence MA. 1916.
Tatted Watermelon [offsite link]
Here is a fun pattern for a tatted watermelon!
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