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Tatted Hat/Cap/Beanie


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This Tatted Hat/Cap/Beanie, whichever you choose to call it, gives any outfit a touch of the "classic." Yet, it is timeless, evoking "old-fashioned" charm and "modern" elegance. This Tatted Cap goes equally well with bridal wardrobe and jeans and a T-shirt. The perfect accessory for almost any outfit, and generation. You will love this original tatting pattern designed by Katy King! 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 Tatted Hat/Cap/Beanie Pattern, is a 14 page PDF file packed with: Clear contents page Explanation of tatting direction abbreviations Useful tatting tips List of supplies Tatted hat/cap/beanie pattern 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. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Double Stitch Picot Ring Chain Reverse Work Joining Picots SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Fits Most

Supplies Needed

  • Scissors
  • Size 5 Tatting Needle or 5" Doll Needle
  • One Ball of Size 10 Thread

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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. Formerly a magazine stylist, seamstress, how-to expert, tatting instructor, model, and photographer for MaryJane Butters’ publications (such as MaryJane’s Farm magazine, MaryJane’s Stitching Room, etc.). These days , an author, instructor, and freelance, freestyle, artistic spirit. I have a passion to create, teach, and share. Having grown up in the country, in rather a modern pioneer fashion, I freely wandered meadows and forests in pursuit of wildfowlers and butterflies. From such a start, imagination, creativity, and appreciation of simple things, comes natural. To this day I marvel at the simplistic complexities, the beauty and textures, of handmade, eco chic, vintage, recycled, refurbished, repurposed, restored, and the rustic. And I see great worth in the unwanted, cast off, and broken. There is much value in creating and recreating, adding little bits of beauty and joy to the world. Through RustiKate, I hope in some small way to encourage, inspire, and motivate you, by what I create and share; that you in turn, can, in your own special way, do the same for others. For more about RustiKate.... Website: Rudiments of RustiKate: RustiKate on Esty: YouTube How-To Videos: