Tatted Daisy Edging

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Tatted Daisy Edging

I had fun creating this happy edging. Wouldn’t it be fun on a toddler’s dress or a hat?

I found it best to start this with the chain. If you start with the ring, you end up joining at the base of the ring a couple of times, and it gets bulky. I started with the ring in my sample, and you can see the difference that makes.

This design is experienced beginner level and uses two shuttles. I used size 20 thread in lime green (color 228) and variegated lemon (color 2013).

Printable pattern (119K. Opens a new window.)

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You will need:

Thread in your choice of color and size.
2 tatting shuttles
1 small-gauge crochet hook for making joins

ds double stitch p picot lj lock join
j join lp long picot sl shoelace trick

These tips may be useful when making this pattern:
How to make a lock join
How to do the shoelace trick

Instructions:

Green Ch: 2ds p (4ds p) 4 times, 2ds, sl
Green R: 6ds p 6ds, close, turn
Yellow Ch: 4ds p 4ds lj to p of green R, 4ds p 4ds lj to space between green Ch and green R, sl
Yellow Ch: (at this point the green chain should be facing down) 3ds lp 2ds lp 1ds lj to p on previous yellow Ch, 1ds lp (2ds lp) 4 times, 1ds lj to next p on yellow Ch, 1ds lp 2ds lp 3ds lj to space between chains near the base of the green R, turn
*Green Ch: 2ds j to last p of previous green Ch, (4ds p) 4 times, 2ds sl
Green R: 6ds p 6ds, close, turn
Yellow Ch: 4ds p 4ds lj to p of green R, 4ds p 4ds lj to space between green Ch and green R, sl
Yellow Ch: (at this point the previous daisies should be facing up) 3ds lp 2ds j to corresponding p on previous daisy, 1ds lj to p on previous yellow Ch, 1ds lp (2ds lp) 4 times, 1ds lj to next p on yellow Ch, 1ds lp 2ds lp 3ds lj to space between chains near the base of the green R, turn*
Repeat between * until the edging reaches the length you want.
Cut and tie.

Tatting: Tatted Daisy Edging visual pattern
Copyright 2010 by Nancy Tracy, All Rights Reserved.

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