Tatting Bracelet - Lillian

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Tatting Bracelet - Lillian Pattern


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Jewelry: Tatting Bracelet - Lillian
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Tatting Bracelet - Lillian Black beads
Tatting Bracelet - Lillian Red thread
Tatting Bracelet - Lillian Brown thread with gold seed beads
Tatting Bracelet - Lillian With and without beads
Tatting Bracelet - Lillian Brown thread with gold seed beads

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • tat rings
  • tat chains
  • joining picots
  • CTM - continuous thread method
  • add beads to thread
  • add bracelet findings to thread
  • floating rings (rings tatted off chains without reversing work)
  • using 2 shuttles
  • beaded picots on rings and chains

Pattern Description:

'Lillian' design - with and without beads

This elegant shuttle tatted lace bracelet design is great fun to make and works up quite quickly. It would look wonderful in all sorts of colours.

The pdf file features written instructions in English and diagrams (for right and left handers) for the pattern without beads and the one with beads, complete with numbers of double stitches required.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Width: approx. 3/4 of an inch (15mm)
  • Length of tatted motif (minus the findings): approx. 6 inches


  • 2 x tatting shuttles
  • Size 20 crochet / tatting thread (approx. 326 inches)
  • 105 x size 11 seed beads of your choice (for the bracelet with beads)
  • 1 set of bracelet closure findings of your choice (for example a trigger catch and a 50mm extension chain attached to 5mm jump rings)
  • 1 x thin crochet hook - for joining picots (needed if your tatting shuttle does not have its own hook)
  • 1 x small beading needle

About Designer

About Designer

TataniaRosa on craftsy.com

Hi I'm Heather Buckman. I've always been passionate about crafting. My main love is tatting: a lace-making craft my Mum taught me. It's so fun to create designs from just a length of cotton thread. I now sell my creations all over the internet as 'Tatania Rosa' and at craft fairs. Thanks for looking.

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