Tatting tutorial tablecloth Maestro
I created this tablecloth in memory of a talented master of tatting Jan Stawasz. Therefore, I called the tablecloth Maestro. I took a photo of his tatting as a basis, adapted and refined for Cro-tatting.
Tatting (Frivolite) – a French name special type of lace woven by hand using a small shuttle or a special needle.
Cro-tatting combines needle tatting with crochet. Many people consider cro-tatting more difficult than crochet or needle tatting. Cro-tatting is most popular in Japan.
I used mercerized cotton thread №10. In this case, size of tablecloth about 59 inches in diameter (150 cm).
This item consist written instructions in English, graphic diagram, photo . The pattern consists of 18 pages and has a size of about 12.2 MB. In addition to this tutorial, I made a video to help you master some tricks, welcome!
This list is only a PDF file, not a finished product.
You do not need to download the file yourself. After confirming the payment, check your email specified in the Order. Because I will send tatting tutorial tablecloth Maestro to you within 10-12 hours.
This tatting pattern are for personal use only. Do not share, sell or copy these patterns.
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