Very beautiful, thanks for sharing
What a wonderful gift to give her and I'm sure she will really love it!! I know I would...
Love this necklace! Very elegant!
Beautiful! Wish I were your mom.
its just lovely.
Simply stunning and I am sure she will be most pleased!
Very nice work!
Jeanette Baker's Learn to Tat book with DVD is excellent. You can order it from Handy Hands or Be-Stitched or buy it at Hobby Lobby.
Your mom's a lucky lady to have such a thoughtful and talented daughter!
That is fantastic and so special. Bet she will love it.
Es facil, jejeje......el blanco es con lanzadera y el rojo o rosa, con aguja........ El nudo con lanzadera es mas parejito que con la aguja....... Tengo galleta??? jejejejejejejeje
Is easy, lol ...... is to shuttle white and red or pink, needle ........ The knot is more shuttle with the needle couple ....... I have cookie?? jejejejejejejeje
It could have been "answers by private message". I was about to say the same, white shuttle tatted.
What a fun comparison, thanks for posting this, Catriona :)
correct, have a cookie!
I dont have your address so I cant send you a postcard, I think the white one is shuttle made.
answers on a postcard.
Originally Posted by Catriona
thanks Green Gal. They way it clicked for me was figuring out how to achieve the flip consistently.
Maybe I should make my own video to explain it in my words, it may help folks who struggle with the videos that are available.
Please do make a video for the rest of us shuttle-challenged tatters.
another ambitatter!! =-)
Thanks Catriona - I will check those out. Looks like you're getting along nicely so far.
Well first of all I was struggling to form the loop properly. I only got it after watching this video:
I actually don't form my loops this way now but it helped me figure out how it should look when moving the shuttle in and out.
Next I got the flip watching this video:
I understood the flip but I was struggling to get it to do it all the time until I figured out the best way for me is to hold the shuttle thread tight while dropping the tension in the core thread while transferring the knot.
I have also watched a few of the tutorial videos found on this blog post (they are more tutorials from the series my first link refers to):
What resources have you particularly found helpful while learning with the shuttle. Just interested, as I would like to give it a go sometime this year.