Edgings Free Tatting Patterns
5 dainty Edgings from Coats and Clark [offsite link]
Tatting for Dainty Edgings Coats & Clark Leaflet 1488L, many thanks to Coats and Clark, Inc. for allowing the use of this vintage leaflet as an instructional tool in the online tatting class.
Centro Comunione Fabio [offsite link]
Here is a lovely edging which Edda Guastalla used for a communion centrepiece but which could be used for all kinds of circular mats and doilies.
Clover Edging [offsite link]
This pretty example makes use of a second shuttle to create rings standing on top of chains.
Clover Twist Edging [offsite link]
Here is another pretty pattern by Lisa Trumble, requiring the use of two shuttles.
Daisy Wave Edging [offsite link]
Here is a pretty two shuttle edging by Lisa Trumble.
Hees Book 5 Edging 7
Hees Book 5 Edging 7 Here a double line on the upper side makes it look as if there is a second row of tatting which attaches to the scallop section. However, the order of tatting makes its possible to tat this design in one pass
Lady Chain Edging [offsite link]
Here is a two shuttle edging by Lisa Trumble which would be ideal for the relative beginner in this area to try.
More Tatted Edgings - Cecilia Vane
From the American Thread Company leaflet 79-9-39 with Cecilia Vanek designs tatting patterns, here are two more patterns to enjoy. Pattern #8 reminds me of a row of flower bushes. It would be a good pattern to use a variegated thread in tatting the blossoms and a greenish thread for the leaves.
Mushroom Edging [offsite link]
This one by Lisa Trumble makes use of lock joins and can be done with either one shuttle or two, but it is still not difficult and so pretty.
Pizzo Adriana [offsite link]
Here is the lace edging on which Adriana´s Cross is based.
Square Motif - Daniela Mendola
Daniela Mendola shares another motif just right for the beginning tatter. A square motif.
Tatting for Dainty Edgings [offsite link]
Tatting for Dainty Edgings Coats & Clark Leaflet 1488L : 5 simple but elegant tatted edgings.
Trailing Ivy Edging [offsite link]
This pattern by Lisa Trumble is another very simple two shuttle design in which you switch shuttles to change the direction in which the rings lie.
Wave Edging [offsite link]
Here is another pretty edging by Lisa Trumble which will give the tatter practise in working with lock joins and two shuttles.
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