Tatted Horse Shoe

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Tatted Horse Shoe

Since I just spent half of August touring the American West, I decided to do a pattern appropriate to the West. So I made a horse shoe. Horse shoes are often hung on walls and above doors as a token of good luck. Tradition says to make sure you hang it with the ends pointing up so the luck doesn’t run out!

This pattern is beginner level and uses one shuttle. I used size 30 DMC Cebelia thread in white.

Printable pattern (75K. Opens a new window.)

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You will need:

Thread in your choice of color and size.
1 tatting shuttle

ds double stitch R ring p picot
j join lj lock join

Instructions:

R: (2ds p) 7 times, 2ds, close
R: 2ds j to last p of prev R, (2ds p) 6 times, 2ds, close, turn
*Ch: 9ds, turn
R: 2ds p 2ds j to 6th p of last R, (2ds p) 5 times, 2ds, close, turn*
Repeat 13 more times for a total of 14 chains. Do not turn after last R.
R: 2ds j to last p of prev R, (2ds p) 6 times, 2ds, close
Cut and tie.

Tatting: Tatted horse shoe visual
Copyright 2008 by Nancy Tracy, All Rights Reserved.

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