Halloween Free Tatting Patterns
Bat [offsite link]
Mark Myers is now sharing his patterns via e-mail as PDF files. The tatted bat is cute and fun for Halloween!
Black Cat [offsite link]
Mark Myers´ Black Cat and broom
Cat [offsite link]
This is a simple pattern for a cat by Lisa Trumble.
Eva´s Broom [offsite link]
Eva Shock has designed a new tatted broomstick just in time for Halloween!
Grinning Pumpkin [offsite link]
This is a very clever variation of the simple ring and chain tatted motif, with beads used to create eyes and teeth.
Kwiki Spider [offsite link]
Here´s another very quick and easy spider, this time by Brenda Bonilla
Lace Spider [offsite link]
For this member of the arachnoid family Lyn Hodges used blind ends to create the legs.
Mary Maynard´s pumpkin [offsite link]
Mary Maynard´s pumpkin is rich with texture and even the stem is gracefully tatted! http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2001/pumpkin1.jpg http://www.georgiaseitz.com/classes2001/pumpkin2.jpg
Mattie the Battie [offsite link]
Double Ten!!! In many cultures, the tenth day of the tenth month is considered a lucky day. And luckily for us, Erin Holloway-Moseley is sharing her tatted bat pattern. It is named "Mattie the Battie" in honor of her mother (see photo.) In Chinese, the word for good luck is pronounced "fu" and it sounds like the word for bat,"fu". Thus bats are lucky. Enjoy!
Nancy Tracy´s Sleepy Pumpkin [offsite link]
Nancy Tracy´s Sleepy Pumpkin has always been a favorite! Such a cute hostess gift it would make.
Plump Pumpkin by Mark Myers [offsite link]
The center of this pumpking formed with half-closed rings by Mark Myers, could well be altered to show a Jack O´Lantern grin.
Pumpkin [offsite link]
Sherry Matthews has designed a delightful pumpkin for halloween.
Pumpkins on a Vine [offsite link]
This delightful edging by Heidi Sunday uses concentric chains to create the pumpkins.
Pumpkins on a Vine [offsite link]
Heidi Sunday shared this "Pumpkins on a Vine" edging with the Online Tatting Class years ago, but the edging is as fresh as ever.
Ripley the Ghost by Jeff Hamilton [offsite link]
Gentleman tatter, Jeff Hamilton has a "boo"tiful ghost pattern online. Visit his website also: http://bridgecitytatting.blogspot.com/
Sherry Townsend oval pumpkin shape [offsite link]
Sherry Townsend created an oval pumpkin shape that is the start of a little fall pin. Her pattern also introduces a short split chain.
Spider´s Web [offsite link]
For Lenore English´s Spider Web no real pattern is needed, just work round and round making chains of different lengths.
Tatted Celtic Knot Pumpkin [offsite link]
Ruth Perry´s (aka Rozelle Linden) Tatted Celtic Knot Pumpkin is so simple you could make them by the bushel full for Trick or Treat giving.
Tatted Spider [offsite link]
Birgit Phelps´s Spider uses very long picots to create the legs and a button for the body which is very imaginative and rather fun.
Tatting on a broom [offsite link]
This is not actually a tatted broomstick, it´s a broomstick decorated with tatting but it´s still very effective! Another original from Heather Johnston!
Tootie Fruity Bat - Ruth Perry [offsite link]
Ruth Perry spent the weekend with Georgia Seitz, Mark and Kim Myers, and the lovely ladies from the Evansville, IN tatting group at the Lincoln Log Cabin Festival in Greenup IL. It was a fun time although unseasonably hot! 92 degrees and humid makes people follow the shade, and wilts the thread. While visiting with Georgia Saturday evening Ruth worked on this cute little Halloween bat! She had started on it on Thursday while K & Sheila Boniface and I sat at my dining room table talking tatting a
Witch by Jane Eborall [offsite link]
A deliciously wicked witch on a broomstick from the creative talents of Jane Eborall. YOu will love this one!
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