Rose Rogers - Tatting

Rose Rogers - Tatting




Rose's Round Robin

Center and 2nd Round by Georgia Seitz

3rd Round by Rose Rogers

4th Round by Barbara Bruyer

5th and Final Round by Amy Drake


 

Permissions

Georgia Seitz
Rose Rogers
Barbara Bruyer
Amy Drake




Pattern Made With:


Size 8 Perle Cotton # 818

2 Shuttles

Unfurled, plastic jumbo size paper clip for small picot guage

Kitchen match stick for large picot guage

Tender loving care and a lot of fun




"...how much more important you are than the birds." Luke 12:24




Tat off all of your ends... make little frilly flowers of leftover thread .... decorate some note cards, envelopes, birthday cards...




What do I do with all the thread I have that has lost the labels? Practice new techniques.... try a new pattern... make frilly flowers for decorating cards....





Please email me with any questions.




Take part in the thread exchanges! You'll enjoy giving as well as receiving different threads! Some ideas to try out the threads - butterflies, small bookmarks, "suncatchers" for hanging in the window, tats for flowers for stationery.

And my favorite: centers for a new doily (I like to take a colored thread I have received, make my own center pattern with it, then add white for the remaining rounds.) I then have a new pattern I have designed, a new doily, and have also been able to try out the new thread!







My favorite shuttle: David Reed Smith's Handcrafted Honduras Rosewood Shuttle.

  

  

About Me

rmmrogers@hotmail.com

Email Me

Please....
email me with any questions.

I have been tatting since 1977. Both my maternal grandmother and my mother tatted, so, naturally, it was a must in my mind that I learn!

I hope to teach my niece in order to hand down the family tradition. She would be at least the 4th generation tatter, then!

 

Rose's Round Robin

Traditional Tatting Instructions



The Center by Georgia Seitz:

*R 6-2-2-6 close. Repeat from * 5 times.



2nd Round by Georgia Seitz:

Attach ball thread to the middle picot of any inner ring and begin to chain.

*Using shuttle 1: CH 3-(very small picot)4. Do not reverse work.

Using shuttle 2: R 3-2-2-2-3 close ring. Do not reverse work.

Using shuttle 1: CH 5, Do not reverse work.

Using shuttle 2: R 3+(join to last picot of previous ring) 2-2-2-2-2-2-3 close ring. Do not reverse work.

Using shuttle 1: CH 5, Do not reverse work.

Using shuttle 2: R 3+2-2-2-3 close ring. Do not reverse work.

Using shuttle 1: CH4-(very small picot) 3.

Shuttle join to the middle picot of the next ring.

Continue from * around, joining very small picots. Be sure to join the very last small picot to the very first very small picot.




3rd Round by Rose Rogers:

*R 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1, close. RW
CH 3-2-2-3, RW
R 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1, close. RW
CH 3-2-2-3, RW
R 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1, close. RW
CH 3-2+(to center picot of large ring in previous round) 2-3, RW
Repeat from * around.




4th Round by Barbara Bruyer:

Attach thread to center P of any ring in previous row.

CH 8-5-5-5-5-8. Skip one ring, join to center P of next ring in previous row. Continue around joining to center P of every other ring.

CH 4-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-4. Attach to space between chains in same place as the joins in previous round of chains. Continue around.

CH 4-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-4. Attach to space between chains in same places as the joins in previous round of chains. Continue around.



5th and Final Round by Amy Drake:

*Shuttle 1: R 7+(to 4th p of any chain in prev rnd) 4-4 RW

Shuttle 1: CH 3-3-3-3-3 RW

Shuttle 1: R 7+(to last p of prev ring) 4 +(to 5th picot of chain in prev rnd) 4-7 RW

Shuttle 1: CH 3 Do Not Reverse Work

Shuttle 2:
Clover R 3+(to last p of nearest chain)2--2--2-3
R 3+(to sm p of previous r) 1--1--1--1--1--1
--1--1-3
R 3+(to sm p of previous r)2--2--2-3 DRW

Shuttle 1: CH 3 RW

Shuttle 1: R 7+(to sm p of previous ring) 4+(to 6th p of chain in previous round) 4-7 RW

Shuttle 1: CH 3 +(to sm p of last clover ring)3-3-3-3 RW

Shuttle 1: R 4+(to p of nearest ring)4+(to 7th p of chain in previous round) 7 RW

Shuttle 1: CH 10 Do not reverse work

Shuttle 2: Josephine knot of 10 half stitches, Do not reverse work

Shuttle 1: CH 10 RW*

Repeat from * to * 8 times, join last CH to base of first small ring.



 

Using DMC Perle Cotton # 8
Size: approximately 7 inches
Yardage: (one) 10 gram ball



 

   


Thank You....
to Donata Jones
for organizing the round robin.



 
Favorite URLs
My friends' home pages, favorite URLs, other pages on my web site.
 
Color Variations - of Rose's Round Robin Pattern

1912 Pattern Translation - Emmanuel Bocher's 1912 French Tatting Book, translated from the original french into shorthand (symbol) notation

David Reed Smith - Supplier: HandCrafted Wood Shuttles

Handy Hands Tatting - Supplier: A Tatter's Heaven

Georgia Seitz - Author, Instructor and Supplier

Lacis - Supplier: Tatting Supplies and Books

Original Patterns - by Rose Rogers