Designer of many tatting patterns. Simple method of beaded tatting. Flowers are my inspiration!

Monday, 21 April 2008

Split Ring Demonstration Video

12 comments:

TattingChic said...

Excellent Demonstration and very cleary explained! I am definately referring a newbie to that video. I had no idea about the second method! I'm going to try it...it makes sense to do it that way...not so confusing. I've been tatting for nearly 3 decades and I thought I knew so much and it's true you really do learn something new everyday!

Jeannette said...

VERY Nice!! Thank you for making this!
Off to give it a try!

Jeff Hamilton said...

Again, another wonderful video. I also prefer the "Dead Spider" method, though I haven't tried the first method. You have such a lovely voice, by the way.

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Linda, thank you so much for making this video! I've read about the split ring, and the directions never made sense to me. Now, I'm confident I'll be able to make a split ring.

Carol Lawecki said...

Very Nice Linda! If I was learning to do split rings, this would be very helpful. Thank you for sharing your talents!

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

Another great video Linda! Thank you for your hard work!

snowy said...

I love watching your demonstrations. It has really helped me to improve. Thanks.

snowy said...

I love watching your demonstrations. It has really helped me to improve. Thanks.

Barbara Gordon said...

I like the second way you did it the best of coarse, but it wasn't working for me before, but now after watching the way you hold the threads doing it, it looks so much easier. Thanks, a lot!

red said...

My goodness! This is the first thing I've come across that actually made split rings make sense - Thank you so much!

Barbara Gordon said...

Last visit was in September and I thought I had it, but darn....I had forgotten to turn my left hand the way you did...so glad I watched it again. I got it now for sure!!

N. Maria said...

Love your video's Linda! Thank you for the very helpful tutorials!