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Tatted Garland

We displayed a tatted garland at the Paducah Quilt Show in 2011. This is an example of a garland section.  The pattern is included below.


 

TATTED GARLAND

Thread:  #10 White Crochet cotton

R= ring

P=picot

Cl=close

Sep=separated by

Ch=chain

J=join

Rw=reverse work

R:  4 ds, 3 pís separated by 4 ds, 4ds, cl, rw.

Ch: 4 ds, 3pís sep by 1 ds, 4ds, rw.

R: 4ds, j to last picot of previous ring, 4ds, p, 4ds, p, 4ds, cl.

Continue until you reach desired length. 

2nd row (other/opposite  half)

R: 4 ds, p, 4 ds, j to middle p of ring on previous (first) row, 4ds, p, 4ds, cl. Rw.

Ch: 4 ds, 3pís sep by 1 ds, 4ds, rw.

R: 4ds, j to last picot of previous ring, 4ds, join to middle picot on ring of previous row, 4ds, p, 4ds, cl.

Continue until desired length is reached.

NOTE:  In order to join all the sections once they are completed, the pieces will need to begin with a ring and end with a chain.  (make certain that both sections are uniform ---ie. chains on both sections/rows on same end and rings on same end) Also, please just tie off and leave several inches on thread on the ďchainĒ end so that we can join it to the next section.