Animal Life Free Tatting Patterns
There are many free patterns for tatted animals here which children would love! Animals can be appliqued to clothing or patchwork quilts and can be stiffened and hung up.
Animals Free Tatting Patterns
Free tatting patterns for mice, bears, hedgehogs, a lion, moose and snail can be found here!
Birds Free Tatting Patterns
Free tatting patterns for a swan, goose, quail, Jane Eborallīs wonderful owls, and the Bluebird of Tatting can be found here.
Bugs and Mini Animals Free Tatting Patterns
This section includes free tatting patterns for bugs and other small tatted creatures and creepy crawlies. Some of these would be fun for Halloween and many of the patterns can be used throughout the year.
Bunnies and Rabbits Free Tatting Patterns
There are some small tatting patterns for Easter bunnies here, which could be used to make cards and charm bracelets.
Butterflies Free Tatting Patterns
Butterfly tatting patterns are very popular and can be found here. They can be used for applique onto clothing and household items as well as decorative ornaments and cards.
Cats Free Tatting Patterns
Many people love cats and here are some free patterns for tatted cats. They are ideal for cards, or you could stiffen the tatted cat and hang it up in a window frame.
Insects Free Tatting Patterns
Free tatting patterns for fleas, dragonflies, ants and other insect life abound here! These will make great cards, ornaments and gifts throughout the year.
Sea Life Free Tatting Patterns
This collection of free tatting patterns for tatted animals children will love! There are tatted seahorses, lobsters, an octopus and several different fish which will make great mobiles and ornaments.
Spiders Free Tatting Patterns
This is not a section for arachnophobes as it includes a number of free tatting patterns for tatted spiders! Children will love them though.
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Here is a wonderful snake bookmark and Jane Eborallīs Tattysaurus! Both will make wonderful gifts and year round ornaments.
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