Earrings Free Tatting Patterns
3-D Rose Earrings Jeanne Lugert
From the files of the Online Tatting Class,a perfect rose for Mother's Day gift giving. Jeanne Lugert's 3-D Rose Earrings
52 Earring Patterns [offsite link]
In 2014 the Online Tatting Class began a project to create and share 52 new patterns for tatted earrings. The project finished in 2015.
Aurora Borealis Earrings [offsite link]
Here are Dianna Stevens´ Aurora Borealis Earrings. The pattern was published in her book Forget-Knot Alaska Tatted Jewellery but she kindly gave permission for it to be published on the Internet.
Basic Tatted Earrings [offsite link]
These earrings by Kim Millar are great fun to do and make use of a number of different beading techniques.
Beaded Snowflake Earring [offsite link]
Here is a simple pair of beaded earrings which would be very quick to make. The design by Eileen Stafford uses beads layered double and threaded from the shuttle in the same manner as Nina Libin´s designs.
Carolyn Groves Hoop Earrings [offsite link]
Carolyn Grove´s trio of earrings all use a hoop as a foundation. The Crescent Moon version is truly lovely.
Dagmar's Brisbane Earrings
Cloverleaf edging pattern from the June 13, 1908 Brisbane Courier pg.14 with a modern adaptation from Dagmar Pezzuto.
David´s Earrings [offsite link]
These earrings are rather fun and absolutely smothered in beads for lots of glitter!
Judine, who is one of the Bella Online tatting forum members, was kind enough to share her pattern for a tatted earring with us.
Elena´s Earrings [offsite link]
Here are some more unusual earrings by Edda Guastalla.
Flower Earrings [offsite link]
Some more pretty earrings from Jane Eborall´s site!
Frilled Earrings [offsite link]
Lisa Trumble´s Frilled Earrings are very quick and easy to make.
Green and Blue Earrings [offsite link]
This is another pattern for 3D earrings by Edda Guastalla.
Green and Red Earrings [offsite link]
These cute earrings by Edda Guastalla will look great when co-ordinated with your outfit!
Iris Niebach's Earrings
This is a snazzy earring pattern by Iris Niebach which features placing a bead in the center of a ring.
Joyful Sparkles [offsite link]
Kim Millar again makes use of interesting beading techniques in this earring pattern.
Julie Patterson´s Earrings [offsite link]
Julie Patterson´s Butterfly and Flowers Earrings pattern use a few tatted rings and a few beads to many super dangling earrings.
Kathy Potter´s earrings [offsite link]
Kathy Potter´s is simple and a great one for a beginning tatter to practice a split ring
Maltese Earrings by Dagmar Pezzuto
This pattern was translated from the Portuguese for us to share. Just go slow and use needle tatting with both hands for ease of working.
Melanie´s Earrings [offsite link]
Melanie´s earring use a bell cap finding as a foundation.
Purple Peony Earrings [offsite link]
These fun and easy beaded earrings by Nancy Tracy are very quick to make.
Riet Surtel-Smeulers Earrings [offsite link]
Riet´s miniature snowflake earring have a shiny icicle at the point.
Seahorse Earrings [offsite link]
These delightful little earrings by Jane Eborall will make good Christmas presents!
Spring Earring Dagmar Pezzuto
This delicate beaded earring by Dagmar Pezzuto features three tatted cluny leaves and two long chains in Victorian sets.
Summer Earrings Sue McLeod
A big and glitzy pair of earrings just right for summer beach parties.
Tatted Earrings [offsite link]
These cute earrings really are very easy to make and the fun idea of putting a coin between two motifs is well illustrated here!
Tatted Earrings [offsite link]
Here is a fun collection of designs of tatted earrings by Heather Johnston.
Tubular earrings [offsite link]
Here are some super tubular earrings by Edda Guastalla.
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