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Beguile bracelet

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Shuttle Tatting taught by Marilee Rockley

The lost art of shuttle tatting has been found! Marilee Rockley guides you through the steps of this delicate craft, from basic to advanced.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Crocheting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Other
Sizing Women
Style Romantic, Victorian / Steampunk
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What hooks or other tools did you use? Other

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What materials did you use? Coton size 20 I suppose, though the size was not indicated on this thrifted yarn and 2 shuttles from clover and of course the pattern from the Beguile Set of Marylee Rockley's book Up and Tat'Em

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What are you most proud of? It has a slightly gothic style that fits perfectly the young girl I made it for. She was really pleased with it .

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This pattern is pleasant to tat. I hadn't tat in a while though, so watch some of Marylee's class again. It also looks nicer when the stitches are tighter, or so I think (I tend to tat a bit too loose)

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Wow! That's spectacular! I'm really impressed with what you've done with the pattern.

11/27/2013 Flag

Thank you Marilee. I'm working my way through your book Up and Tat'Em, and I have such a great time. I know you are in the process of making another book and I have seen on your blog that it is a lot of work. So, I just wanted to say that all that work is appreciated. Your pictures and diagrams make the patterns easy to follow and understand . Keep up the good work and thanks for teaching me to tat !

11/30/2013 Flag

Your bracelet is so beautiful! I love the Love Birds charm. Can you help me find one?

02/19/2014 Flag

Thank you for the comment. I bought the charm in a craft supply shop here in northern France. The shop is called graphigro and it was 8 charms for 4.50 euros

03/03/2014 Flag

Thank you Eurielle for your kindness. I will try to buy the charms at the shop you told me about. Your work is so beautiful!

03/07/2014 Flag