**Please note that not all of the patterns used in these photos are my own designs. I have purchased books and found free patterns online to work up. If you know where the patterns have been published, and I do not mention it, please let me know and I'll update the information. I always want to give credit where credit is due! Thanks.**
This is from a book - "Tatted Snowflakes" by Vida Sunderman. It is called 'Victorian Snowflake'. I believe in the book it is pictured with tiny roses in the middle. I didn't have roses, so I left it uncovered.
This was a fun pattern to work up. It is 2 rounds, but relatively quick.
This is from another book, "DMC Festive Tatting" and is titled "Motif #6".
This pattern is 1 round and a bit time-consuming. It's not a slow tat, though. It worked up quickly, I just found it hard to find a stopping place so I had to finish it in one sitting! I love that I didn't have to cut & tie ends or join rounds!
This snowflake pattern was found w online... and is titled "Elmo's Snowflake".
It is quick and simple - working in just 1 round. I love making it - and am making it for my mother-in-law. I tatted several of these this weekend while traveling throughout the state of GA. Each snowflake worked up in about 20 minutes.
This snowflake pattern worked up quickly, even though it was 2 rounds. I tatted it and then used gold metallic thread to tie it to the bangle/bangel. It turned out awesome! (Many thanks to Sue Hanson. She was kind enough to help me acquire the bracelet I needed!! - Super Sweet Sue!!)
I love the way this turned out. I am planning on making more like this for family members.
This pattern was another 2 round pattern. However, it worked up fast. I actually found a similiar pattern and by not paying attention I made errors and this is the result! I do like the way it turned out though. The original pattern was in the book "Tatted Snowflakes" by Patricia Ann Rizzo. On her pattern, the Chain only had 2 picots - I accidentally added a 3rd and did not notice until I finished it and looked at the photo and couldn't figure out why it looked different!