Georgia Seitz - Ribbonwinners
Tatting Patterns & Shuttles
1227 CR 1760 E
Greenup IL 62428-3016
AKTATTER@aol.com - www.georgiaseitz.com


Tatting Combined with Rickrack and Novelty Braids
Pattern 8 - Anna J. Johnson

Pattern 8 Insertion with Novelty Braid (Turtle-back braid)


Variation by Marie Smith using Split Rings

Additional Patterns:

Pattern 1 Insertion with Rickrack
Pattern 2 Tatted Edging and Corner with Rickrack
Pattern 3 First Round Medallion with Rickrack
Pattern 4 Second Round Medallion with Rickrack
Pattern 5 Third Round Medallion with Rickrack, Rose Center
Pattern 6 Scalloped Edging with Rickrack and Tatted Rosettes
Pattern 7 Square Motif with Rickrack
Pattern 8 Insertion with Novelty Braid (Turtle-back braid)
Pattern 9 Insertion Variation of Pattern 8

Opening Page for Rickrack article.




Turtle-back Braid Insertion adapted by Marie Smith
Split rings and Josephine chains were substituted for the turtle-back braid. Sample tatted with Flora 20.

Abbreviations: R = ring CH = chain SR = split ring
J CH = Josephine chain (1st half of ds is flipped, 2nd half is not)
RW = reverse work DNRW = do not reverse work

Instructions: Braid: (shown in burgundy)
*SR 2 - 2 - 2 / 2 - 2 - 2). DNRW. SR 6 / 6. DNRW.
SR 2 - 2 - 2 / 2 - 2 - 2. DNRW. J CH 4. DNRW. **
Repeat from * to ** for desired length

Row 1: R 5 + (to 1st p on braid) 3+ (to next p on braid) 5. RW. *CH 5 - 5. RW
R 5 + (to next p on braid) 3 + (to next p on braid) 5. RW. **
Repeat from * to ** for length of braid.

Row 2: R 5 - 5 - 5 - 5. RW. CH 5 + (to p on chain of Row 1) 5. RW.
Repeat these 2 rows for length needed.

Row 3: As Row 1, but connected to opposite side of braid.

Row 4: As Row 2, but connected to Row 3.

Any questions? You are welcome to email me: AKTATTER@aol.com
Tatting is NOT a lost art! Visit the Learning Center