Heart Earring Tatting Pattern

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Heart Earring Tatting Pattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details



Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Tatting basics (rings & chains, joining, hiding ends)
  • Tatting with two shuttles

Pattern Description:

This is my own original tatting design, created as a pattern in pdf format. The pattern is for a pair of tatted heart earrings with beads. In size 80 thread, the earrings measure approximately 1 1/8" wide by 1 1/8" long (not including your choice of ear wires).

I would call this an intermediate level tatting pattern that uses two shuttles, rings, chains, picots, joins, and beads. The bead work is fully explained and fairly simple - why not try your hand at a little beading in your tatting!

The written long-hand instructions are in English, and the pattern also contains a scan of the tatted earrings with the stitch count laid over part of the scan. There is no pictorial diagram of the pattern.

The pattern file size is approximately 132 KB, and is in pdf format. It is necessary to have Adobe Reader on your computer in order to open this file, but you can get that program for free at

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • In size 80 thread, each earring is approximately 1 1/8" wide x 1 1/8" tall. Your choice of earwires will determine the final fnished length.


  • two shuttles
  • size 80 tatting thread
  • 52 delica beads
  • small crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • ear wires of your choice

About Designer

About Designer

Elizabeth Zipay on craftsy.com

I have always found joy in the self-expression possible through art. Over the years I tried diverse mediums from painting to pottery, cross-stitch to calligraphy. All of these were pushed to the back burner however, when, seventeen years ago, my grandma and I sat down together and she taught me the technique of tatting. A love of this beautiful lost art consumed me.

Tatting is a form of ...

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