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If you've mastered the tatted flower instructable, you're ready to learn a few new techniques. This necklace will help you learn split rings, josephine knots and clovers to ...
Start by threading your needle leaving about a six foot tail in the eye of the needle. 1.Make a ring of 3ds 1p 3ds 1p 3ds 1p 3ds. ...
Next we're going to do a split ring, these are usually written like this: 4-4/4-4. The slash representing the split.Start the ring by tatting 4ds 1p 4ds. Then ...
Continue working with Josephine Knot chains and split rings until you have a total of 4 chains and 4 rings including the first one you made.
Now we're starting the main pendant portion of the necklace.1. R 3ds 1p 3ds 1p 3ds 1p 3ds close rw2. Ch 5ds 1p 5ds 1p 5ds close rw3. ...
One of the most common elements in tatting is the clover, while they can vary wildly in stitch counts, they are constructed the same way.1.R 4ds join to ...
Work up the second side as a mirror to the first half.1. Ch 10 cl rw2. R 3ds 1p 3ds join to last picot of previous ring 3ds ...
Work the second chain the same as the first with a total of 3 split rings and 4 Josephine knot chains of 60 stitches.Finish with a Ring of ...
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