Lace Collars Tatting Patterns


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Lace collars and tatting patterns can be all-over including round shaped, V-shaped or a Q-shaped. Tatting patterns of collars are based on the neckline collar pattern of the fabric.

Lace Collars: Basic Technique

The basis of collar tatting patterns is welted, which is woven through a collar pattern. Then, decorative motifs and festoons are made, and joined down the welt basis line. There can be very beautiful and wide collars from several joined welt species. You can decorate the lace collars using crown tatting patterns and fabrics with 3-leafed figure motifs.


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Tatting patterns of angular lace are used for V-shaped and Q-neckline collars.

Lace Collars: Tatting Patterns

The tatting patterns

Collar tatting patterns look like a floral motif. To weave this collar, we need to break the thread after completing each motive. There must be 100% cotton threads. The width of the collar will be about 2.4”.

First, the welt basis that is being woven consists of 2 rows. The diagram shows the priority of circlets.

Motifs of tatting patterns are:

Circlets 1.1 and 2.1 - 4P4

Circlet 1.2 - 4P4P4P4

Circlet 2.2 - 6P6P6P6

Row 1. 1.1 circlet; 1.2 circlet is being woven at 2 inches distance. Put aside the thread of 2 inches and weave a 1.1 circlet.

Next, there must be a 1.2 circlet at the same distance. Weave the next 1.1 circlet at a distance of 2 inches from the 1.2 circlet, and connect it with the previous 1.1 circle with the help of a hookup unit.

Row 2. Weave 2.1 circlets and connect them to the 1.1 circlets of the previous row with the help of a hookup unit. 2.2 circlets are woven at the distance of 2 inches.

The next stage of collar weaving is weaving festoons. Festoons are being woven according to the scheme by 2 shuttles. The diagram shows a half collar, where the second half is being woven in a mirror image.

Circlet Tatting Patterns: the 2nd Stage

Circlet Tatting Patterns The 1st half of collar tatting technique

1 - 4P11P11P4

2 - 4P11P5P3P3P4

3 - 4P3P8P11P4

Weave a combination of the 2nd and 3rd circlets by a hookup unit with picot, between K1.1 and K2.1 circlets:

4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40.44 - 4 P11 + 4P11

5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33, 37, 41 - 11 A4 11P4

6 - 4P11P6P5P4

7, 15, 27, 39 - 4P11P11P4

10, 11, 14, 18, 19, 22, 23, 26, 30, 31, 34, 35, 38, 42, 43 - 4P11P11P4

Collar Tatting Technique: The 2nd Half

1 - 4P11P11P4

2 - 4P3P3P5P11P4

3 - 4P11P8P3P4

Weave the components of the 2nd and 3rd circlets by a hookup unit, between K1.1 and K2.1 circlets:

4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40.44 - 11P4 + 11 P4

5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33, 37, 41, 4 P11+4P11

6 - 4P5P6P11P4

7, 15, 27, 39 - 4P11P11P4

10, 11, 14, 18, 19, 22, 23, 26, 30, 31, 34, 35, 38, 42, 43 - 4P11P11P4

Having finished all the work, the extra threads are to be fastened and cut off. These lace collars will look great on a blouse or a dress. In the next articles, we will introduce other tatting patterns of lace, collars and napkins. Also, you can find out the patterns of narrow and woven lace.

Read also:The tatting patterns: 3 motifs in the frivolite technique

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