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Tatted Small Maple Leaf

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Tutorial is very well written and easy to follow with step by step photos. It's a quick tat using only 1 shuttle and ball of thread. Design is excellent for the nature lover. Includes directions for the leaf motif without beads as well as the beaded earring version. If you have trouble downloading the file to your device, send an email describing the problem to BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY tat rings and chains make a join in tatting make a lock join in tatting tat node stitch (also called Victorian sets) bead picots (optional) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Length of tatted leaf is about 1 and 1/2 inches (4cm) in size 20 Lizbeth thread.

Recommended with this pattern

  • About 6 yards of crochet cotton, "Lizbeth" brand recommended. Size 20 is used for the earring version, but any size can be used for making the pattern as a motif. The finished size depends on the size of thread used.
  • To tat this pattern as a motif, you'll need 1 tatting shuttle and a small steel crochet hook (about a size 14/.6mm) to help with joins. To finish as a pair of earrings, you'll also need 24 size 11/0 seed beads, earring findings, 2 jump rings size 5mm and 2 jump rings size 4mm.

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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="">Yarnplayer.</a>