Georgia Seitz Ribbonwinners
Tatting Patterns & Shuttles
1227 CR 1760 E
Greenup Illinois USA

Tatted Easter Eggs from the online tatting class

All of the participants received their choice of a pink or lavender
Easter Bonnet flat wooden tatting shuttle. Thanks to all for sharing with the online tatting class.

Egg by Jane Moody

The idea for Jane's egg came from "Tatted Easter Eggs" by Kirsten Wind Hansen (2004), Easter Egg No. 5 on page 12. It's a simple pattern: Rings are 3-2-1-1-2-3; outer chains are 7-1-1-7, inner chains are 12 ds. The only tricky part is fitting the lace to the egg because one row is made first (the rings aren't joined at that time--the second row joins the rings together) and it's hard to figure out a length to fit around the egg. Jane recommends doing a sample of both rows and measuring to get a handle on sizing.

Coming soon! Pattern for Egg by Edda Guastala

Pattern for Egg by Joan Thomas was originally found on Ulla's website

Original Design Egg by Esther Paris

Pattern for Egg by Kate Huttar is found in the pattern 50 on page 141 of Catherine Austin book "A New Twist on Tatting."

Pattern for Egg by Lori Dunlap is found on the Polish gentleman tatter, Jan Stawasz' website.

Original Design Egg by Ginny Weathers