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Picture of Sunshine: A Needle Tatting Pattern
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I wanted to make something that reminded me of the sun. Summer has closed and fall is here. Why not have a piece of sunshine you can take anywhere. The pattern is a very simple motif I came up with while doodling with my needle and thread. Maybe I'll come up with a moon pattern to match.

Step 1: Supplies

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Supplies
Crochet Cotton size 10 [I used Aunt Lydia's Goldenrod Yellow]
Starch
*Jump Ring
*Chain
*Focal Bead
** is for optional step

Tools
Needle Threader
Size five Tatting Needle or a tatting shuttle
Scissors
pliers
Iron
Pressing Cloth.

 
Yay! So pretty! I use that same spray starch too. Go tatters!
nkohlheim1 year ago

is there a trick in knowing how long the 'tail' has to be? (the end you're mostly not tatting with)

ATatteredCanvas (author)  nkohlheim1 year ago

I tend to work with a long tail just incase i need more than usual.

ATatteredCanvas (author) 2 years ago
Great ideas for them!!! I might make a few for my tree this year. I need to see if i have variegated red-orange thread. Needle tatting is fun! I learned from Totusmel and Penolopy here on Instructables. They have some great projects snowflakes, spiders, necklaces, bracelets and even masks..
Dr. P2 years ago
That's really pretty. I've never done needle tatting before--I thought that was crochet--really, really neat crochet. I love the stone inside. You could hang it in a window, or on a Christmas tree!
ATatteredCanvas (author) 2 years ago
Thank you! I feel the same way so many projects!!!! So little time. I working drafting Moon pattern.
ATatteredCanvas (author) 2 years ago
Thank you!!!! ^_^!!! I'm so glad you like it! I've been tatting up some of your spiders!
Beautiful! If I wasn't so busy getting my embroidry piece done, I would make one with shuttles. I have the yellow thread. What I am really itching to do is some candlewicking. So many choices so little time.