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Tuesday, 26 June 2018

treble tatting

treble tatting tds
That is a method resembling the appearance of treble stitches in tatting.
treble tatting tds
Video link in YouTube: https://youtu.be/ra0NnlqR0oA
Patterns in the video are original @Antonina Caruso 2018

treble tatting tds
It can be done in rings or chains.
treble tatting tds
Start with a normal double stitch, then a very small picot and another double stitch. Take a loop by laying the picot across the ball thread and pull the thread up, through the picot. Then, take another loop of the ball thread and pull it through the previous loop. Now slip the shuttle through the loop thus formed. Don't tighten it, yet.
I take a loop of the core thread in my ring finger, then pass the shuttle from back to front, through the loop, 3 times.
Tighten the ball thread and don't let the core thread slipping out.
Then, pull the core thread and tat another double stitch, leaving a very small picot.
Repeat, starting from the just tatted very small picot.
Treble tatting can be used to make any simple ring, all treble tatting. Alternatively, it can be used as a decorative picot.
Start always with a very small picot.
The space between treble stitches can be used to join elements in next round.
Thank you for watching.
treble tatting tds

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻ITALIANO🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻
Gli schemi in questo video sono originali @Antonina Caruso 2018
Punto alto a chiacchierino.
Può essere fatto sia nei cerchi che negli archi.
Si inizia con un normale nodo doppio, poi si fa un picot molto piccolo e un altro nodo doppio. Prendere un'asola di filo posizionando il picot sul filo del gomitolo e tirare il filo verso l'alto, attraverso il picot. Quindi, prendere un'altra asola del filo del gomitolo e tirala attraverso la precedente asola. Ora far scivolare la navetta attraverso la seconda asola così formata. Non stringere ancora.
Trattenere il filo della navetta nell'anulare, quindi passare la navetta da dietro a davanti, attraverso questo spazio tra l'anulare e l'asola, per 3 volte.
Stringere il filo del gomitolo stando attenti a non far sfilare e arrotolare il filo della navetta.
Quindi, in ultimo, tirare il filo della navetta e fare un altro nodo doppio,lasciando lo spazio di un picot molto piccolo.
Ripetere, ripartendo dal piccolo picot appena fatto.
Questi "punti alti" possono essere usati per creare un semplice anello. In alternativa, uno solo di questi può essere usato come picot decorativo.
Si inizia sempre con un picot molto piccolo.
Lo spazio tra i punti alti può essere utilizzato per unire gli elementi del giro successivo.

Vi ringrazio anticipatamente, nel caso che vogliate guardare il video: https://youtu.be/ra0NnlqR0oA

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treble tatting tds

Ciao,
Ninetta

16 comments:

  1. As always, a pleasure to watch and learn! Thank you!!

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  2. Very interesting technique, thanks for sharing!

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  3. That is very interesting and looks wonderful!!! :)

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  4. What an interesting design element! Thank you so much for this excellent video :)

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  5. I love how your brain works. Great lesson.

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  6. Yes, I agree with every one above I can't to try this out thankyou❤🍃🌹🍃❤

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  7. You always have such unusual and amazing things to teach us!

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  8. You are my genius Tatting Einstein :-h
    And I am honoured to have you as my sneak peek friendly correspondent ;-P w-)

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  9. Terrific idea! Thanks for sharing, cant wait to use it!

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  10. Ty everyone :-f I'm blessed to have you all very supportive friends d-) happy tatting!

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  11. Bellissimo tutorial e tecnica interessante. Molto bello l'effetto ornamentale di questo elemento. Grazie, sei eccezionale!

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  12. Ninett, another interesting element for tatting. You are a magician! According to the video, it works great. Thank you

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  13. Very interesting element and I will be trying this, certainly something new to try and brings something different to patterns

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  14. Interesting technique. Thanks for the tutorial.

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta