This is my very first original tatting design that I did last year when I learned how to tat.  I never thought it was very interesting, but I like it because it is my own design and finally decided to share it.

I have now made this necklace a total of 3 times.  Once when I made it up, once for my friend for her college graduation gift, and once for this Instructable.  I hope you enjoy!

You can see from the first version that my new one is much tighter and finished looking.  I also used beads the first time, which looks nice, but you need beads that can fit over the eye of the needle with it threaded.  I did R 4 bead 4/4 bead 4 cl. for the bead chain since the beads are about the size of a double knot or two.

Step 1: Supplies

  1. Tatting Thread (1 or 2 colors)
  2. Tatting Needle
  3. Clasp
  4. Jump Rings (2)

Decoration of some sort
Jump ring for decoration
Lovely! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, and thanks for looking :D
Wow this is cute! I'll feature it again okay? Exciting!
Sounds wonderful!
This is wonderful! I just learned to needle tat last year. Thank you for putting up your pattern. I can't wait to try it!
Your Welcome! You should post a picture after you've made it. I'd love to see it!
I too tried out tatted jewelry. This <a href="http://www.etsy.com/listing/49780168/non-tarnish-gothic-punk-chain-and-tatted" rel="nofollow">Gothic punk tatted and chain necklace</a> is now in my Etsy store!
Very cool!
Lovely job as usual!
Thank you :)
Very pretty Penolopy!
Thanks canucksgirl :)
Awesome! It's one of the loveliest tatted jewelry pieces I have seen. Will be featuring it on my blog in the future! I prefer tatting needles to shuttles!
Thanks! And your Gothic punk tatted and chain necklace is beautiful too!

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