Thursday, December 19, 2013

Pattern for Nicole

Definitelly, writing a pattern takes a lot less than the tatting of the same piece, I count here also the miss-tatts for a piece one makes for the first time.
I got bored of snowflakes. They are all beautiful but I was missing my pieces.
I had an idea haunting me since quite a while: to combine the tatting with beads with the Ankars. You can say it is nonsense, it is already done, Ankars is anyway tatting with beads. And you may be true, I could not say, I did not find in the little information about the AnkarsI found this kind working with beads.
Neverdeless, I worked this necklace with those 2 ideas combined. The white pearls are tatted in, the rest is sewed in. I could have added the small Toho 15 sead bead while tatting. Next time.
You may say it is inspired from the work of Maranta. It is not. When you will see the pattern, you will see why. 

The lace
I worked this one with poliester thread (size 40) from Brildor, strand of 3.
2 shuttles, white 3 mm pearls, paper clip.

You will have to be accustomed to work with pearls/beads secured with paper clip, so make sure you have what you need at hand. One element of the pattern, with my thread measures 3,5 cm. You will have to count 2 pearls for each element. You will work the desired lenght, so you will have to prepare the necessary pearls.
In the pattern I marked with green the bigger ring to make it easier for the count of the doubles stiches. It has no relevance for the motiv.

Start ring: 15ds place pearl, secure with the paper clip, 15 ds, close.
Start ring underneath the smaller ring: 15 ds join to the pearl, 10 ds place next pearl with paper clip, 25, close, turn work.
Chain: 35 ds (or as long as you like it to go around the bigger ring), remove the paperclip, make lock join.
Start chain: 10 ds, turn work.
Start ring: 7 join to the previous join (above the pearl) , 4ds – 3 ds, close, do not turn work.
Start ring: 3 + 7 + (at the other side of the pearl) 12 – 3, close, do not turn work.
Start ring: 3 + 4 – 7, close, turn work.
Chain 10 ds, lock join at the free picot from the trefoil.

Start over.  

You will want to let the picot where you place the second pearl a bit looser... after all, you will have to make 2 joins from 1 side and and 1 other one on the other side of the pearl. Like this the chains do not overlap the rings. 
If you encounter some problems in working the pattern, just let me know. 

The beads
This is up to you completelly. I choose Christmas theme, but sky is the limit with the colour combination. 
Have fun with it. 

14 comments:

  1. What an elegant necklace!! Very beautiful!! :)

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  2. Gorgeous and beautiful necklace, I would love to try this pattern possibly after Christmas.
    Margaret

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Hope you will enjoy it.

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  3. Magnifique Corina !!!! et merci de nous donner le pattern !!
    J'espère que le fil Madeira polyneon est un fil qui pourra convenir pour essayer de réaliser ce beau pattern.

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    1. Merci Aurélie,
      Tu vas voir, Madeira devrait glisser bien pour faire les anneaux. Moi, j'ai été tentée d'arrêter avant du moment de coudre les autres perles, mais comme je voulais voir ce que ça donne, j'ai continué. Mais la pièce suivante sera faite sans des perles cousues. C'est pourquoi je pense que le polyneon de Madeira donnera un bel effet. Quelles nuances t'en es-tu procurées?

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    2. J'ai commandé quelques bobines Madeira polyneon pour faire un test car je ne savais si ce fil allait convenir (notamment pour les ankars...). J'espère que c'est bien du polyester brillant cette fois-ci ! Ce type de fil est difficilement trouvable, enfin pour moi... J'ai commandé aussi un fil polyester qui s'appelle Corifil pour le tester. Le Madeira, j'ai pris comme coloris du blanc, du charcoal et burgundy. Corifil et Madeira sont des petites bobines de 1000 m, grosseur 40 (bon là j'sais pas si c'est bon...) et leur prix est intéressant. Si ça t'intéresse je t'enverrai le lien du site :).

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  4. This is very beautiful, thank you for sharing the pattern!

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  5. Cat de elegant este si vesel!!!!Nu lucrez dar admir cat de frumos lucrezi si ce modele deosebite!

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  6. It's very pretty pattern. I'll try to make it when I ave some free time.

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    1. Thank you Anna. Just let me know if you need some assistance. Have fun with the pattern.

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