PDF Vineyard earrings - tatting pattern by littleblacklace - instant download - shuttle tatting
Gerbera edging - shuttle tatting pattern in PDF by littleblacklace, suitable for bracelet or choker - instant download
Makenzie on Sep 21, 20214 out of 5 stars
Makes an adorable little necklace. It was kind of hard for me to read but that has more to do with me being new to the craft rather than pattern quality.
Kimberly on Sep 6, 20215 out of 5 stars
Very easy to follow and simple yet complex looking design
Beth on Aug 22, 20215 out of 5 stars
Can't wait to make these earrings.
Emily on Jul 29, 20215 out of 5 stars
As a super beginner to tatting I expected I wouldn’t even be able to understand this pattern, but it’s going great so far! Thank you!
james on Jul 18, 20215 out of 5 stars
Everything was top notch
Madeline on Jul 7, 20215 out of 5 stars
A very cute an classic pattern that works both in half and full form (I used the half to make a necklace)
Gidget on May 25, 20214 out of 5 stars
Was fun to put together
Lisa on Apr 30, 20215 out of 5 stars
Love the picots! Cute and easy pattern.
Kathlyn Alice on Mar 9, 20215 out of 5 stars
Very easy to follow, many placement options for beads or decorative picots. Beautiful!
Amy on Dec 22, 20205 out of 5 stars
This pattern is wonderfully easy to follow. I was finally able to learn how to follow 2-shuttle diagrams and instructions thanks to this seller!
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Note: Due to relocating countries I had to close my store at http://etsy.com/shop/littleblacklace. Welcome to my new store!
I've always loved crafting. First crafty experience I can recall was sewing buttons to a piece of some plastic foil. I must say from my current point of view it sounds pretty avant-garde. My mom wasn't really pleased with my newly acquired skill as I was always loosing needles around me and then it wasn't necessarily fun to step on them.
Years were passing by and I discovered many more interesting techniques - knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching, ikebana, scrapbooking... And then I stumbled upon some patterns found on the web - they didn't look like any patterns I knew already. It turned out these were tatting patterns.
I started learning a new skill - old books and youtube videos came in handy. I absolutely love shuttle tatting - the lace that you can make is so versatile! It doesn't need to be always romantic or victorian - I'm able to create geometric minimalist jewelry or heavy gothic accessories. I use variety of threads, beads, semi-precious stones and findings to achieve the desired style.
Since I opened my store on Etsy I share my passion with the whole world - I get orders from big cities in USA and small villages in Norway or Greece. For those who want to learn tatting I offer some of my patterns in digital form.
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I'm a software engineer passionate about all sorts of crafts - sewing, knitting, crocheting, and of course, making lace using the old shuttle tatting technique.
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