Saturday, June 23, 2012

Classic Edge bracelet tatted in "Tourmaline" HDT


 This bracelet pattern is one of the lessons in my Shuttle Tatting course on Craftsy. All of the patterns there were designed exclusively for the course, so the only way to get them is to sign up for the Shuttle Tatting course. They are included in the course materials. So, even if you already know how to tat, you might consider it worthwhile, just to be able to get the patterns. The patterns include 2 bracelets, 2 earrings, a necklace, snowflake, and simple flower decorations.

This time I tatted the bracelet in my own hand dyed thread (HDT) from my latest batch of "Tourmaline". I chose a medium size toggle clasp for the fastener.

11 comments:

Carol Lawecki said...

Very Pretty! This is one of my favorite colorways!

Typstatting said...

Very pretty love the colours!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

I love this bracelet! I hope to be able to work on the course next week. I'm really looking forward to learning to be a better tatter!

Margarets designer cards said...

Lovely bracelet and gorgeous colours, I don't think I will be able to do the course as I am unemployed at the moment see if I can save up to do it.

Margaret

Afifah said...

beautiful...

Tat-ie said...

How lovely! Thread and pattern are splendid...

Marilee Rockley said...

Thank you, everyone.

Diane, you're already a better tatter than me! Remember, you taught me how to do a single shuttle split ring - now I need to see if I remember how to do it :)

louine said...

I am definitely enjoying the course, I started as a needle tatter but am learning to shuttle tat....I had gotten to the point that I could make rings and chains but this course is helping me to learn to throw rings.....your Parfait snowflake is elegant and just perfect for practicing throwing rings.

Marilee Rockley said...

Louine, thank you. I'm so happy to hear that you're enjoying the course!

God's Kid said...

That is very beautiful!! My mind said-Modern antique. :)

cjtatter said...

These colors are beautiful!