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Melt Into Spring tatted snowflake

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Skill Level

Intermediate

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PATTERN DETAILS

I used a colorful thread and white because it seems to give the effect of spring colors breaking through the snow, but of course the design can be made in any colors. I hope you'll enjoy this pattern! It's an original design by me and I worked very hard on it. Feel free to post photos of your finished snowflakes online, but please credit the designer. If you have questions about the techniques, post them in my Craftsy Shuttle Tatting class. Here's the link in case you haven't already signed up: www.craftsy.com/ext/MarileeRockley_89_H BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY tatting ring, chain, join, lock join, picot, reversing chains, shoelace trick, and Josephine knots daisy picot technique SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished size will vary depending on size of thread used. In size 20 Lizbeth it measures about 4 inches (10 cm) from tip to tip, in size 50 DMC Cordonnet Special about 3.25 inches ((8.2 cm)

Recommended with this pattern

  • About 9 yards each of 2 different colors tatting thread or crochet cotton
  • 2 tatting shuttles
  • embroidery needle to fit thread for sewing in ends

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Marilee Rockley has been a driving force in modern tatting. Her designs, which have appeared in various magazines as well as her book <i>Tatted Jewelry</i>, make this Victorian art accessible to modern tastes. As a go-to source of information about tatting history and methodology, Marilee is on the forefront of the tatting revival. She also dyes her own tatting threads, so that she can control color and create visual interest that can't be found in commercial threads. Take a look at Marilee's latest designs on her blog, <a href="http://yarnplayertats.blogspot.com/">Yarnplayer.</a>