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Thursday, 15 September 2011

Tatted Dream Catchers

Hi,
I thought it was time I put something on this blog, so I thought I would share this little pattern with you
My dream Catchers are not anything special just a few bits of pattern put together. Its a simple pattern using a shuttle and thread.
Abbreviations, R = ring, ch = chain, - picot, + join
First round.
R 6 - 2 - 6 cl rw
Ch 5 - 5
R 6 + 2 - 6 cl rw
repeat until you have 9 rings
R 6 + 2 + 6
Ch 5 - 5 join to first chain.
This makes a small motif
Second Round
Join anywhere on the last chain.
ch 12 join to next free picot
ch 6 (add hanging ring) 6 join to next free picot
Ch 12 join to next free picot
Ch 8 - 4 join to next free picot
Ch 12 join to next free picot
Ch 6 - 6 join to next free picot
Ch 6 - 6 join to next free picot
Ch 6 - 6 join to next free picot
Ch 12 join to next free picot
Ch 4 - 8 join to the first ch
on each picot make a look as long as you required add some beads and twist, then tie, make a neat cut to make the ends tidy and the same length.
These are very small dream catchers and small enough for a card.
I hope you enjoy making them , as I said I just throw the pattern together there was no real designing in it, but please don't call it your pattern, you can make them for your personal use or sell them.
Enjoy
Margaret

3 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret, I have to say these are gorgeous hun...nice to see more of your work.xx

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  2. Wonderful work well done.
    Thank you for the comment on my last card just notice the front was missing so have now added it!!

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  3. These are great. I made up several in a few hours watching a movie on TV. I plan on using them for earrings and necklace pendants. My granddaughter is making enough to fill a large ring as a dream catcher for a friend who was afraid that her "bad" dreams at night might still make it through since she has so many.

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