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Free tatting pattern. How to make cute tatting ring.

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Dear fans of Tatting art! So, I bring to your attention free tatting pattern. Want to make one of these cute rings? Because these cute rings will delight lovers of light and unusual jewelry.

It is very easy! Just follow the instructions. 🙂 You will need:

Wind 30-40 cm of thread onto the shuttle; do not cut the thread. (You can replace the shuttle with a needle, the pattern works for needle tatting too).

Now attach the knitting marker ( or paper clip )to the thread.

Then tat according to pattern. The pattern consists only of chains.


C – chain;
p – picot;
tw – turn the work;

numbers indicate the number of double stitches.

  1. C: 2, p, 1, p , 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 2, attach the second marker, tw;

✩ 2. C: 2, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 2, attach the Chain to third picot of previous Chain, tw;   Repeat from ✩ to 10 Chain ( or to the length you need ); 10. C: 2, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1, p, 1 (remove the second marker and attach Chain through joining picot, as shown in the pattern), 1, p, 1, p, 2;

Remove the first marker, connect the end work with the beginning work and the fifth picot of the Chain#9 (see pattern);

Tie and cut. Congratulations! Your cute tatting ring is ready! I hope this free tatting pattern comes in handy!

Thanks for reading!

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6 thoughts on “Free tatting pattern. How to make cute tatting ring.

  1. I would like to find someone to talk to about tatting. I live in N.Y. During this quarantine, I have taught myself to tat. I’m still having some issues. So, that’s why I ask.

    1. Hi Diana! I am glad to welcome you here. Subscribe to my blog to stay informed. Feel free to ask questions about tatting, I will help with pleasure!

  2. I really love the ring, wanna try it out.
    Bless you dear for sharing.

    Am Caroh in Africa.

    1. You welcome, Caroh! Thanks for kind words!

  3. These rings are adorable! If I can get my tatting up to speed, I’ll be back to download the pattern.

    1. You welcome, Daphne!

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