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Saturday, 6 October 3 colour Cluny tatting. Pin It now! In the 2-Colour Cluny we worked with 3 threads — one on the loom and 2 for weaving. We now move to 4 threads where 3 will be used for weaving. Since they are all different colours, we get 3-coloured stripes or bands on the Cluny leaf. These pics were also taken last December. I discarded an entire set of pics for the 3-colour Cluny 3-CC , and re-photographed with more comprehensive steps, but have included 2 from that batch here. That first 3-CC is the one just before the split ring in some of the pics.

Three-Colour Cluny Leaf. Try different number of passes or wraps for a banded or graduated effect. Choose any order of weaving, place 2 colours on the left and 1 on right, and so on. Lots of possibilities! I have used a card loom. Refer to basic Cluny colour variation pictorial for any missing details. Colour 2 on the left — pink ;. Colour 3 on the right — yellow. Sequence of weaving : green, pink, yellow. One 3-CC has already been made, followed by a split ring.

I have threaded the weaving threads. Tapestry needle works well, but shuttles are fine, too. TIP : Place the needle s on a flat surface when not in use, to avoid tangling. Move green and yellow to the right — Under, Over. NOTE : In order to avoid any colour blip , hitch the loom with the colour of your choice. All positioned, we are now ready to weave. Move green to the left for 1 st pass Under, Over, Under ….

To add new thread : This is the stage where new thread can be added. In case of my first tally, I had to add yellow colour. The collage shows how I trapped the new thread within the first green pass. See adding new thread options here -. With pink thread -. Keep packing down the weaves. With yellow thread, keeping it above the green —. TIP : Leave some slack along the edge, enough to span the 2 coloured wraps before it comes into play again.

Pulling it too close will distort the tally edge.

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Repeat steps 4 to 9 to desired size, shaping the Cluny leaf along the way. To hide colour blip :. Insert all 3 needles through the top loop from below….

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To close tally -. Remove top loop and start pulling Warp2 downwards till the loop disappears completely. This kept the ends in quite firmly, didn't add noticeable bulk to the stitches, and was much faster.

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And I found that I could do this on both rings and chains and not afffect how the anchor thread slid. If it were to be done at the end of a piece, then I guess a needle threaded with the remaining tail would be woven in between the ds on the last chain. New trick!

Ann Wilson To remove chocolate To remove chocolate from your tatting. If the thread is washable, make a mixture of : Dove liquid dishwashing , Clorox II powder and water in equal amounts, enough to cover the item. Let it soak and then rinse thoroughly and of course, finish the drying process as you would normally.

My sister-in-law used it to clean a handmade baby garment for her great-grandson! Turned out beautifully! Beverly Philipo To remove blood To remove blood from your tatting or anything else , the following methods have been offered: A spit-bath, or spitting on a piece of cloth and dabbing the stain with your saliva. Some say it works only on your blood, some say it works on any blood.

Hydrogen Peroxide is the old standard. Saturate a bit of cloth with Peroxide and gently dab at the bloodstain, changing the cloth frequently and resaturating with peroxide.


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A few things to remember about blood The fresher the stain, the easier it is to take out. This is true for any stain. NEVER ever rub a stain! When you rub, you spread the stain to the unaffected area beside it. The ideal way would be to place your soiled area over a plastic mesh or something similarly inert for support, and pour the peroxide directly over and through the stain, periodically dabbing the stain with a clean dry cloth.

The Magic Thread Trick As Lori posted, I also never tat over the magic thread for the last half of the last stitch, because it is too tight to pull the thread back through. But this is the adaptation that makes it a no-fail proposition for me: To hide one thread tails : Near the end of a round, cut a 4" piece of thread same thread as your project. Double it, and tat over the ends not the loop so that the loop is facing the finished stitches, leaving it out of the last half of the last DS.

Cut and tie, leaving about 4 inches on the tail. Now cut a 6" length this is the M agic T hread of a smaller gauge thread, looping it through the loop of the 4" piece. Holding the tails of the 4" piece, pull the smaller thread MT through but not out so that the tails of the smaller thread MT are now over the finished stitches. Remove the 4" piece, from the loop, and insert tail from project. Holding the tails of the 6" piece MT , pull the tail back through the stitches and cut close.

To hide two threads tails : Use two 4" threads and two 6" threads different colors if possible. I usually use quilting thread for the 6" piece MT as it is quite strong and is approximately size 60, but DMC 80 works great too. When working in size , try using silk thread, which compares to about a size Using the extra pulling thread works every time for me, and I never break my M agic T hread.

Gale What if you tat a large doily that doesn't lay flat? The pattern calls for 8 "points" or what ever. Then soak it in a mixture of heavy starch and shape it over a bowl the same size. You could pin down the points. When it dried you could use it for a bowl for potpourri or turn it upside down and use it for a lamp shade.


You would have to have a hole in the top for the finneal lamp thing that holds the shade. You could even sew a colored lining and starch it with the doily. That way the bulb wouldn't be seen thru the lace. Another idea I have done it tat an edging the same width as a wooden picture frame. Glued it in place and then lightly spray painted the whole thing. Looks cool. I would like to see other unusual ideas for the use of our tatting. June is wedding month and I want to tat some gifts that are different.