Magic Moment Snowflake
This model is made with size 40 Lavender Orchid HDT from the Yarnplayer. It measures up to 10.5cm (4.25in) across. If made with size 20, it may be large enough to be considered as a small doily.
Switch Shuttle (SS), C(6), RW.
R(4+4-4-4), join to last picot of previous long chain. DNR
SS, C(4), DNR.
(*)SS, R(4+4-4-4), join to last picot of previous ring, DNR.
Repeat from (*) FIVE times more until there are seven rings altogether. RW
SS, R(7+2-7), join to the picot of the adjacent ring. RW.
C(6+6-6-6), join to the last ring of the seven-rings set. RW
R(7+2+7), 1st join to the picot of previous ring, 2nd join to the picot of the first ring. DNR.
SS, C(3-3-3-3), DNR (**)
SS, R(6-4-6), DNR.
SS, C(3-3-3-3), DNR
SS and repeat from the beginning. For the chain in step (#), replace the picots with joins to opposite chain.
Continue with the pattern until (**). For the next step, make the ring R(6+4-6), joining to the first ring of the centre, followed by the chain C(3-3-3-3).
It is sooo pretty.ReplyDelete
Thanks for being so generous and sharing the pattern.
Your tatting is so pretty!ReplyDelete
OoooH! I love this one, thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
How pretty it is. I'm an absolute beginner.ReplyDelete
I wonder how long it will be before I can make something so nice.
Very beautiful tatting!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous, Jon. You sneaked this one by me. Can't wait to try it!ReplyDelete
This pattern is wonderful- I love to male these snowflakes. Thanke you for being so gererous with your talents.ReplyDelete
Melissa aka Beelizabeth
(I don't blog- I just get inspired by those every one else post)
You have done a great job with this one Jon BRAVO and thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Your design is very wonderful and elegant!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the pattern.
Jon... Just wanted to alert you to this! I did your Magic Moment!ReplyDelete
Jon...you really have magical fingers...the design is really impressive...would really like to try it one day.ReplyDelete
I don't know it its the thread or the pattern that i like about this one but, thanx so much for sharing the pattern! Either way i love it :DReplyDelete
what does ss mean again, please?ReplyDelete
SS means 'switch shuttle'.
In a two-shuttles patterns, there are parts where you need change your working shuttle, and in my patterns this is indicated with 'SS'
haha silly me, seems obvious now. thank you Jon :0)ReplyDelete