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RustiKate: is a term that refers to retiring to the country, becoming rustic in style, or behavior, to alter, modify, cause to change; make different; cause a transformation.

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Deluxe Tatted Foot Thong

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(11) Name: 'Other : Deluxe Tatted Foot Thong
Deluxe Tatted Foot Thong
Deluxe Tatted Foot Thong

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Double Stitch
  • Picots
  • Ring
  • Chain
  • Reverse Work
  • Joining Picots
  • Adding Beads

Pattern Description:

Tatted Foot Thongs are unique, comfy, and stunning. You will love this original tatting pattern designed by Katy King! The Tatted Foot Thong, one of RustiKate's best sellers, and the much sought after item Katy wears in the intro and end credits of her how-to videos, is now available for you to make for yourself and for others. Great for a very special gift, your very own handmade heirloom, and/or to express your creative and fun spirit! This pattern is a project you will enjoy creating and wearing time after time.

This "Deluxe Edition" of the Tatted Foot Thong Pattern, is a 22 page PDF file packed with:

Clear contents page

Explanation of tatting direction abbreviations

Useful tatting tips

List of supplies

Tatted Foot Thong pattern, with step-by-step photos (to make this one of the easiest tatting projects you'll ever make!)

A "text only" version of the Tatted Foot Thong pattern (for once you have the basics all figured out/advanced tatters)

As well as helpful links to Tatting How-To Videos and other resources

This tatting pattern is written for needle tatters, but is compatible with shuttle tatting

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits Most Women's Shoe Size 7-9


  • One Ball of Size 10 Thread
  • Size 5 Tatting Needle or 5" Doll Needle
  • Two 1/2" Wooden Beads
  • Scissors

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