Don’t want to make a folded join? Here’s how to join the last ring to the first WITHOUT using a folded join.
Do you ever find that you don’t tat quite perfectly? Oh no, stitches to take out! Here is a far too detailed photo tutorial on how to take tatting stitches out.
Be careful what you wish for, and I wished for more work. I also have a question for you and would like some advice on a dilemma.
When you finish your tatting, what do you do with the two ends of leftover thread? Use the magic thread trick to easily hide them. Here’s how, in 7 easy steps–and a video!
It’s a giveaway! Enter to win a signed copy of “Tat’s Where I Stopped, a Year of Tatted Bookmarks” by Nancy Tracy.
Make a magic wand with this handy tutorial, then decorate it with a tatted star. You’ll have the best magic wand on the block!
So far I’ve presented patterns that go on in one direction, but many patterns will double back on themselves. These motif patterns are popular and cute, and there is one little trick you need to learn to make them successfully. That is, how to connect the very beginning to the very end.
Here is a pattern for a cute girl’s hair barrette with a tatted decoration.