I love this quick and easy tatted medallion. Great for beginner tatters and experts alike. Very versatile, with endless uses. Let your imagination run wild, and your creativity guide you.Read More
Tangled thread is all too familiar of a sight, how can we "STOP" it? There are a few basic things you can do to cut down on, and possibly remove all together, this problem.Read More
As lovely and delicate as tatting, and especially picots, can be, they can also be frustrating at times. If you have ever had to wash your tatting, stored it long term, or inherited tatting, you know that those lovely lace loops can get twisted every which way, and be nearly impossible to iron out flat. Also, you can run into this problem when you are starting out tatting, and are still working on figuring out even thread tension, or when making large or extra large picots.
Free pattern and tutorial included (pattern suitable for shuttle and needle tatters). Enjoy, learn, have fun, and happy holidays!Read More
Reversing work determines the way your tatting will lay, and the direction in which the work will goRead More
Picot, is the space that is left between double stitches, to form a loop. It is helpful to remember that a ds (double stitch) is always counted as a stitch, even when it appears to be part of a picot.Read More
When you run out of thread on your needle, before your project is completed, you need to add more thread. Learn how to tie off, hide thread ends, and add more thread easily, in needle tatting.Read More
Katy's secret "Special Step" in Needle Tatting. Learn this simple step to make your tatting smoother, flatter, and stronger.Read More