Saturday, October 15, 2011

Free pattern! "Roundabout" earrings

This is a one shuttle tatting pattern. The design reminds me of a roundabout intersection of roads, and it's also a sort of cross. To download the PDF file, CLICK HERE.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for nice web lesson.
I'm so happy to join your lesson from Japan.
I always wished I could do it.
So great!!
I WILL try to make it!

Sakiko (Rosewitch ) Otsu
http://blog.livedoor.jp/rosekiss1/

Ladytats said...

Thanks Yarnplayer, great pattern and so generous to share it with all of us.
happy tatting

donna said...

Thank you so much for the lovely free pattern. I have all of your patterns and anxiously await your new publication so I can enjoy tatting more of your wonderful designs.

Katie said...

How did you know that I was craving some tatted earrings?! These are gorgeous and will appease my twitching fingers. Thanks for being so awesome!

Marta F. Sitarska said...

They are great! Thank You for sharing this pattern :)

Margarets designer cards said...

I was looking for a new pattern for some earrings, mine I am working on is driving me up the wall, thank you for sharing your lovely pattern,
Margaret

LittleBerry said...

that's a lovely pattern and thank yo for being so generous to share it.

goudenregen said...

Love to give this pattern a try. Thanks

Gill Colthart said...

thank you for yet another of your wonderful patterns. They are so easy to follow - love them

louine said...

Thank you for the pattern ...as usual, it is lovely and very well written and easy to follow.

Forever Beginner said...

Thank you for sharing wonderful pattern! And PDF file easy to understand. It's like your books.

Happy Bluebird said...

Thank you for another of your wonderful patterns :)

I have to tell you how funny this struck me - I work for the highway department, and have listened to much discussion about those roundabout intersections!

~Cindy

Kathy Niklewicz said...

This pattern is so very much appreciated! Wonderful photos and EXCELLENT tutorial! Your PDF looks like a magazine layout, and that's no surprise! You are a visual artist in every sense, and a teacher, too!

I'm sure you're aware of the 'peek' preview of your Annie's Attic 'Tatted Jewelry' book, which they are showing on their website! I am THRILLED to see your name on the cover and am SO looking forward to seeing it 'out there' in the magazine racks! This is so exciting!

StringyDogs said...

You are beyond wonderful. For the design-challenged of us (ie, can't draw flies), this is a gift manna. Thank you so much.

God's Kid said...

Very nice earrings! :)

miscellanea said...

Thanks for sharing this pattern. It is great.
Petra

yarnplayer said...

Thank you all so very much! I am glad you like the pattern.

Kathy N., thank you for the heads up on the book. I didn't know Annie's Attic had already started promoting it! Here's the link to Tatted Jewelry

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Hi again! I can't take credit for the 'heads up' re Annie's Attic!Isdahara informed us in a recent post, and I'm stunned you weren't aware of it! Glad you know now!

Rubeania said...

Love this pattern can't wait to try it. Love your thread too. Just finished a lanyard with your sugar maple. It was stunning, I wish I had taken a pic before I sent it to my friend. It wasn't the tatting...it was the tread that made it stand out. Thanks again for all you do.

Sylwka35 said...

Thanks a lot for the pattern :-)

Anonymous said...

Hello again from Japan
and thank you again.
I tatted "Roundabout"!
So excited!!

Sakiko (Rosewitch) Otsu

http://blog.liveddor.jp/rosekiss1/

yarnplayer said...

Sakiko, congratulations on finishing the pattern! You did a very good job, too. Now I can find your blog, so I added it to the blogroll.

JustGail said...

Thank you for the pattern. I've never done beaded tatting, so it should be interesting. I'm also glad it's a one-shuttle pattern, as I've yet to find instructions that make 2-shuttle tatting understandable. I must say that it's been years (before uTube) since I tried to find 2-shuttle tatting instructions.