Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Crochet to Tatting

Using a document in the file section of the Facebook tatting group, I am in the process of making a tatting pattern from a crochet pattern.  The original pattern calls for worsted weight yarn.  I am using a size 8 Artiste from Hobby Lobby.  It is giving me the stitch counts I need using the conversion document.  Will need to dye the project when finished as I could only find white thread and I need a brown.  I will post a picture after Tat Days in September as I am bring this project for show and tell.

After this project, I will be able to get back to my paperclip project for the online tat class.

There is a Mistery Doily Test Tat Along being held by Alenalea Tatting.  This past week was the start.    Round 1-3 complete.  Onto Round 4.

4 comments:

  1. That is so neat!! :) Lovely start to your mystery tat-along project!! :)

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  2. I think I could probably convert a crochet pattern, but there are too many tatting patterns I want to make. After you get this one written, that will make one more. See you at Tat Days!

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  3. Ooo, that tiny block tatting basket looks so cute !!!
    Nice start to the doily
    I need to write up that paper clip pattern myself :-(

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