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Tatted Lace Corsage Flower

from Heroine Designs
(11) Name: 'Other : Tatted Lace Corsage Flower
Tatted Lace Corsage Flower
Tatted Lace Corsage Flower
Tatted Lace Corsage Flower
Tatted Lace Corsage Flower

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Needle tatting (rings, chains, joining picots, finishing)
  • Shuttle tatters can follow along, but may need to make adjustments such as Catherine Wheel Join

Pattern Description:

If you liked the 2-D Cinquefoil Tatted Flower, you'll LOVE making this 3-D flower corsage! You can glue or stitch it to bobby pins, hair clips, brooch pins, even ring blanks, you name it, and it's an instant one-of-a-kind decoration!

This 2-layer flower is completely tatted together, no sewing required after it's complete aside from hiding ends. I'm really proud of figuring out this anchoring technique and I think you'll be thrilled to learn it! You can take this technique and apply it to other patterns to create fun 3-D designs.

The bottom layer is reminiscent of metal filigree. I find it really inspirational, I hope you do too!

*Note to shuttle tatters: Please let me know any corrections or hints you'd like me to add to this pattern. I'm not a shuttle tatter, so I would really love any help - and I will certainly credit your help in any revised editions of this pattern!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 1-1/2" wide, about 1/2" tall


  • Sz 5-0 needle
  • 25 feet of sz 10 cotton thread
  • 5 beads, size 4mm or 6-0 seed beads

You Will Also Need:

  • Sewing needle
  • Scissors