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Marilee's Beaded Tatting Finery

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Intermediate

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My own original patterns that I have designed and written; my latest collection. The patterns are for tatted necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and pendants. Beads are a design element of each pattern. Voted "Best New Tatting Book" at the 2015 Craftree Awards! There is a review of shuttle tatting basics in this book, but the patterns are intermediate to advanced. These projects have been carefully designed for tightly tensioned shuttle tatting in order for the stitches and beads to fit together, and might not be as suitable for needle tatting or loosely tensioned tatting. The 48 page file includes: *Written instructions in English, *List of supplies needed for each project, *In-progress photographs, *Drawn diagrams with stitch counts. View on any device that supports PDF, including computers, smart phones, and tablets. The file size is 10 MB. You need Adobe Reader on your device to open the file. If you have trouble downloading the file to your device, send an email describing the problem to help@craftsy.com PLEASE NOTE: You are purchasing the patterns only. The design copyright remains with me. You may sell or give away items that you make using the patterns, but you may NOT share or redistribute the eBook file, or post any of the individual patterns anywhere. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Shuttle tatting ring chain join lock join mock ring Victorian sets or node stitch

Recommended with this pattern

  • Sizes 10 and 20 Lizbeth or other 6 cord crochet cotton
  • 2 tatting shuttles
  • Beads and other findings as listed on the patterns

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Marilee Rockley has been a driving force in modern tatting. Her designs, which have appeared in various magazines as well as her book <i>Tatted Jewelry</i>, make this Victorian art accessible to modern tastes. As a go-to source of information about tatting history and methodology, Marilee is on the forefront of the tatting revival. She also dyes her own tatting threads, so that she can control color and create visual interest that can't be found in commercial threads. Take a look at Marilee's latest designs on her blog, <a href="http://yarnplayertats.blogspot.com/">Yarnplayer.</a>