Need a quick and dirty shuttle? How about a dozen to give away at a class? Here’s a template to make easy shuttles yourself out of whatever is lying around.
Another installment of Heather’s shuttle show-and-tell. This beautiful handmade tatting shuttle from South America sports a proud cardinal on a tree branch with a blue sky background.
Here is one of my favorite tatting shuttles, another handmade beauty by Dave of Grizzly Mountain Arts. This little gem is hand carved out of fossil mammoth ivory and bears a scrimshawed angel to watch over me as I tat.
A few recommendations on buying your first tatting shuttle. Spike or no? Bobbin or not? How big? Which brand? Your questions answered here.
Here is a quick and easy tatted ornament, that doesn’t require any actual tatting. Perfect for hanging on your Christmas tree or showing off your favorite hobby anytime.
What do I love about handmade shuttles? Take a look at this beautiful hand carved solid oak shuttle by Dave of Grizzly Mountain Arts.
It’s a giveaway! Win a beautiful handmade wooden tatting shuttle by David Reed Smith.
Do you have a shuttle with a pointy end that pokes you? Or one with a hook that catches thread? Here’s a few tips on how to hold your shuttle to minimize frustration.