Needle tatting. 1 pattern – 3 bracelets DIY / Фриволите иглой. 1 мотив – 3 браслета

Needle tatting. 1 pattern – 3 bracelets DIY / Фриволите иглой. 1 мотив – 3 браслета


Hello and welcome to Hobby Point channel! My name is Anastasiya and today I’ll show you how to make 3 bracelets using 1 pattern. First, we are going to make a thin bracelet, then a wide one, and a thin bracelet with beads afterwards. And I will be very glad to see you among my subscribers if you enjoy the video. So, for today’s tutorial we will need: a needle with a narrow eye, a crochet hook, scissors, a needle threader, a clasp, 2 metal rings and some chain, pliers to attach them to the bracelet, and of course, thread and beads if you want to add them. And a fine needle to string beads. Let’s begin with a thin bracelet without beads. Thread your needle and leave a tail of about 70 cm from the point where our first double stitch will be. The first ring consists of 8 sets of 2 double stitches divided by picots. I’m going to make small picots, the distance between stitches will be about 4 mm. If you don’t know yet how to tat a double stitch, a picot, a ring or a chain, and my moves seem to be too quick and confusing, follow the link at the top right corner to watch a detailed lesson on basic elements. And then come back to this video tutorial. Close the ring. Pull the thread to one side, then to the other to get a more round-like shape, not a tear-drop. Not to let the ring get loose, we need to lock it. For that, turn the ring around, run your needle under the thread that goes to the ball, and make a fixing knot. Now let’s make a chain: tat 6 sets of 2 stitches separated by picots. Pull out your needle and don’t close the chain into a ring. Slightly tighten the chain to form a little bend. Then run your needle from bottom upwards through the 2nd picot of the first ring, to the right of the chain. If needed, slightly tighten the chain again. And then turn your work around and tie .a knot. Make another chain. This time it will bend into the opposite side. Join the chain to the 2nd picot of the previous chain. Let’s make another chain like this one. That’s the pattern. Keep tatting chains up to the needed length of your bracelet. My bracelet is 15 cm. That is 24 chains after the 1st ring. In a similar way we can make a wide bracelet joining together 2 thin bracelets. In the bracelet that we’ve just made, on both sides there’re 3 picots in every chain, while for a wider bracelet, we will need to have only 1 picot in a chain on one side of the bracelet. This side will be joining to the other thin bracelet. So, the 1st ring is exactly the same as in a thin bracelet. Tat 8 sets of 2 double stitches separated by picots. Then let’s make a chain: 4 stitches, a picot, 4 stitches, a picot, 2 stitches, a picot, 2 stitches. As it was done in the 1st bracelet, join the chain to the 2nd picot of the ring. The next chain will be the same as in the 1st bracelet, meaning 6 sets of 2 double stitches divided by a picot. Keep alternating such chains up to the needed length of your bracelet so that one side has 3 picots, and the other – 1. As previously, my bracelet turned out to have 24 chains after the 1st ring. Now we are going to tat a second row of chains attaching them to the already tatted chains. Add more thread to the base of your first ring. Try to stick your needle between the 1st and the last double stitches of the ring. Then make 8 double stitches. This is going to be our joining chain to which we’ll attach a clasp later. Now let’s make another “first” ring. It will have 8 sets of 2 double stitches (as before) separated by picots. Now let’s make a chain joining it to the first row. Tat 4 stitches, make a joint. Mind that after a joint we should make a second half of double stitch so that the joint and the second half could look like 1 double stitch. Then tat 3 more stitches, a picot, 2 stitches, a picot, 2 stitches. Join the chain to the first ring. The second chain consists of 6 sets of 2 double stitches separated by picots. Let’s make a chain joining it to the first row. Keep alternating such chains up to the end of the bracelet. At the end make a chain of 8 stitches and join it to the chain in the first row. Cut off the thread and tie a knot. Hide the ends with a needle threader. Run the needle threader through some stitches, thread it, and pull it out. Carefully cut off the ends. To make a bracelet with beads, string the needed number of beads onto your needle. In my bracelet, there’re 104 beads: 6 beads in the 1st ring and the last chain, and 4 beads in every chain. The 1st ring has the same number of stitches. But this time some picots will have a bead. Tat 2 stitches. Slide a bead close to the last stitch, and make 2 stitches nearby. Now we should make a usual picot as we will need to attach our next chain to it. Then keep alternating: 2 stitches, a picot with a bead, 2 stitches, a picot with a bead. In total there should be 8 sets of 2 double stitches as in the previous bracelets. Now let’s make a chain. Similarly to the bracelet without beads, the chain consists of 6 sets of double stitches separated by picots. Slide a bead to the each picot except for the 4th one as the next chain will join in at this point. In the same way make the further chains except for the very last one. In the last chain you will need to have a bead in each picot. Hide the ends and attach a clasp and chain. That’s it, the bracelets are ready! If you’ve enjoyed this video, hit the like button below and subscribe to my channel not to miss the next video! I will be happy to see you again on my channel!

9 Comments

  1. Здравствуйте, Анастасия! Встретила Вас, в просторах интернета случайно, очень рада! Вы для меня большая находка! Так понятно и доступно всё рассказываете и показываете! Спасибо, большое за МК. Всё попробую сплести, надеюсь что у меня получится! С меня подписка! Анастасия, буду ждать новые идеи! Успехов в творчестве!!!!!!

  2. Настя , у меня замечательный браслет с бисером !!! Плела из YarnArt Tulip . По-моему , можно даже не укреплять . Спасибо за мк.

  3. Hola Anastasiya! En las indicaciones en la parte de arriba a la derecha, colocaste 2 *n 2*n…
    me podrías explicar qué quiere decir el *, por favor. Te sigo hace un tiempo y tu trabajo es maravilloso. Yo aprendí sola hace unos años.
    Te agradezco que compartas tus conocimientos!! 😍🤗

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