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Tatting Patterns & Shuttles
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Terry McGuffin, aka Terry the Tatter, shares her graceful tatted lace covering for Easter Eggs with the online tatting class. Many thanks. Terry states that the pink egg is a size 40-50 thread. The two shades of lavender are size 80.
2 shuttles, size 80 thread or #12 Perle cotton There are about 7 pattern repeats using size 80 thread and about 5 pattern repeats using size 12 Perle or other size 40-50 thread.Center Ring 2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2. (9 picots)
R 2-2+ (to center picot of 2nd ring of main motif) 2-2-2-2. CH 7 [R 2-2-2-2.] CH 3-22-7. Do not RW Begin with shuttle 2
Continue around. I used 7 pattern repeats in size 80 thread but it was a little loose. Join last center motif into small ring (easy join).
Row 2 Size 40-50 thread Join to center picot of small ring to right of motif. CH 3-22-3+ (to center picot of next sm ring) CH 12 [R2-2-2-2.] CH 12+ (to center picot of next small Ring, around.
Row 3 size 40-50 thread Join to center picot of any small ring from previoud row. CH 7 [R2-2-2-2.] *h 7+ to next picot from prev. row) CH 7 [R2+ (to last picot of ring from this row) 2-2-2.] * Work between *s around joining last ring to first ring.
Row 2 Size 80 thread. Join to center picot of small ring to right of motif. CH 3-22-3+ (to center picot of next small R) CH 15 [R2-2-2-2.] CH 15+ (to center picot of next small Ring, around.
Row 3, size 80 thread. Join to center picot of any small ring from previous row, CH 18 [R3-2-2-3.] *CH 18+ (to center picot of next small ring) CH 18 [R 3+ (to last picot of adjacent small ring) 2-2-3.]* continue around between *s joining last ring to first.
Some abbreviations: |
LPPR = join to Last Picot of Previous Ring
[brackets] = switch shuttles to work rings in brackets
* = Work pattern from * to * only. Dont go back to the beginning
= Slightly larger picot. In this group of 3, begin with a small picot, then a slightly larger than normal picot and a small picot.
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