This is the first choker I made with two shuttles and with beads on the chains: I’m very proud of it!Continue reading “Two-Shuttle Choker Scheme”
My tatting projects.
Shuttle Tatting Course: Lesson 1 – Shuttles
If you’re interested in shuttle tatting, you will need at least one shuttle. I recommend having at least two shuttles, because they are useful if not necessary for some kinds of lace work.
There are different kinds of shuttles. The main differences are the thread loading mechanism and the presence or absence of a pick (pointy tip) or hook. Some are bigger and suitable for thicker threads.Continue reading “Shuttle Tatting Course: Lesson 1 – Shuttles”
Tatting – Useful Links
Here’s a list of useful websites and channels where you will find everything you need concerning shuttle and needle tatting.Continue reading “Tatting – Useful Links”
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These three earring patterns are so quick and easy, that you can make them on a single evening while watching a movie.
I made them with the shuttle, but it would be possible to make them with the needle, too.Continue reading “Tatted Earrings”
Tatted Choker (an easy one)
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Introduction to Shuttle and Needle Tatting
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Tatting? What the hell is this?!
Tatting – chiacchierino in Italian, Occhinädel in German – is a lace technique. It’s pretty vintage but in the latest years it has become popular again, maybe because the good old 90’s chokers are becoming trendy again.
With this technique you can produce earrings, bracelets, and of course chokers.Continue reading “Introduction to Shuttle and Needle Tatting”