November 20 2015 Tatting Newsletter
Do you need ideas for holiday gift giving? Tatted jewelry is great for everyone.
We have a wonderful collection of free tatting patterns for earrings, necklaces, chokers, brooches, pendants and even a hair scrunchy. These will make wonderful birthday and holiday gifts as well as personal ornaments.
A fast and easy bracelet tatted up by Char. It is tatted using the needle tatting method which allows the needle to be placed through the fancy bead. This eliminates the need for pre-stringing beads.
The late Debbie Strickland designed this bracelet for her friend Denise. Fast and easy to tat you can personalize it with beads in many styles and colors. This pattern is tatted with all rings, no chains, however, the bare thread between the rings has beads which are moved into place after each ring is closed, so they will need to be wound up with the shuttle. Additional beads are placed over the picots as the joins are made.
Birgit's pearl tatted bracelet in two colors is a fine challenge for any tatter. It requires 3 shuttles and 2 balls of thread and lots of concentration.
And if you are traveling for the holidays, here is a great piece to take with you to pass the time waiting. Rachel stacked buttons and beads for the center and used two colors of thread. Just imagine the possibilities of coordinating this brooch for any holiday, of using birthstone-colored beads for a lovely birthday present.
Find these and more greattatting patterns here on BellaOnline.com
Here's another great article from the Tatting site at BellaOnline.com.
Need more jewelry? Check out ANKARS.
ANKARS is the name for a beaded tatting style developed by Russian Tatters.
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Georgia Seitz, Tatting Editor http://tatting.bellaonline.com One of hundreds of sites at BellaOnline.com
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