Georgia Seitz - Ribbonwinners
Tatting Patterns & Shuttles
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The Needlecraft Handbook of Tatting
Edging Fig. 17 Page 6



In the March 24 online class lesson, a pattern was given. No photo, no diagram, just a request to read and tat how you think it should be. Absolutely no one got the pattern! I have included the diagram above. Give it a try now and consider using Ruth Perry's BDS for the large Rings.


Ring 14 - 14 Close DO NOT RW (DNRW)
Tat Chain up left side of ring
Chain (2 -) X 7, 2DS + to the picot of ring DNRW Leave no space
Begin Trefoil
Ring of 20 with picots separated by 2 DS
Ring 2 + to previous ring 18 with picots separated by 2 DS
Ring 2 + to previous ring 18 with picots separated by 2 DS
DNRW Leave no space

Return to chain
Chain (2 -) X 7, 2DS + to bottom of ring RW
Chain (2 -) X 7, 2DS RW

R 10 + 10 close Ring Leave no space DNRW Join to the last picot of adjacent chain.
Large Ring 15 + 5 - 15 Close Ring DNRW Leave no space. Join to the 4th, 5th or 6th picot of the adjacent ring (whichever will make the joi jwithout straining the tatting.)
Ring 10 - 10 RW
Chain (2 -) X 7, 2DS RW
and repeat. WATCH OUT FOR ERRORS.
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