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Saturday, 17 October 2009

Featherline Snowflake




Model is tatted with Olympus 40 and measures 7.5cm across point-to-point.



Two shuttles with SCMRs (Self-closing Mock Rings)

Round 1
This round is made entirely of SCMRs with floating ring with each SCMR. CLick on the link for a tutorial on SCMRs.  The SCMRs are shown in green in the chart.  For this snowflake, I use the GR-8 Brothers method of making the SCMRs.

SCMR(5-4..). Do not close the SCMR at this point.
Switch shuttle (SS) and make the floating ring R(3-3-4-3-3).
SS and continue with the SCMR (..4-5).  Close the SCMR.

Make a SLT with the two shuttle threads.

(*)SCMR(5+[to the last picot of the previous SCMR]4..).  Do not close the SCMR.
SS and make the floating ring R(3-3-4-3-3).
SS and continue with the SCMR(..4-5).  Close the SCMR.

Repeat from (*) four times.  The last SCMR is joined on both sides, to the previous SCMR and to the first SCMR.  Cut thread, tie and hide ends.

Round 2
R(4-3-5), reverse work (RW)
SS, R(3-3+[to the picot on the 2nd picot if any floating ring of Rd 1]3-3).  Do not reverse.
(*)SS, C(6). RW
R(5+[to last picot of adj ring]3-4). Do not reverse.
SS, R(3-3+[to 3rd picot of the next floating ring]3-3). RW.
C(3-3-3), do not reverse.
SS, R(3+[last picot of previous chain]3-4-2), R(2+[last picot of previous ring]4-4-2) and R(2+[last picot of previous ring]4-3-3). Do not reverse.
SS, C(3+[to last picot of previous ring]3-3). Do not reverse.
SS, R(4-3-5), reverse work.
SS, R(3-3+[to 2nd picot of floating ring joined earlier]3-3). Do not reverse.

SS and repeat from (*) to complete.

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12 comments:

  1. Ohhh Jon this is absolutely beautiful. I love it and its printed and will go on TOP of my 'wanna do" pile lol
    I got my books the other day also and they are wonderful I cant wait to start on everyting. SIGH why does a person need sleep HEE HEE
    How are things going dear? Been thinking of you :)

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  2. Me too! Already printed and ready to go! It's a beauty, Jon!
    Fox : )

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  3. Wonderful Jon. Great time for a snowflake. I have been modifying some patterns last week.

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  4. It's positively feather-rific! Adding it to my must-do list right away.

    Thank you for sharing your pattern.

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  5. This is another beauty...thanks for sharing!

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  6. Thanks for sharing.
    Your tatting is wonderful!

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  7. Such a talented designer - and generous in your sharing

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  8. Lovely snowflake! It's on my "to tat someday" list!

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  9. Jon, the Featherline Snowflake is beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  10. I'm not on this level yet, but I wanted to tell you that I started blogging my tatting with english text now - thanx to your comment.


    And I have to say - your patterns are LOVELY!!

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  11. jon,
    this is a beautiful design...the colours used in the design
    in fb is really great

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  12. Thanks for sharing 😊. Your is tatting is Beautiful ❤😊

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