Sabrina Tatted Bookmark Pattern

Sabrina BookmarkSabrina

© 1998 Kersti Anear

This pattern was inspired by a collar design and created for the March/April 1998 Bookmark Exchange.

Sample shown original size and tatted using DMC’s Coton A Broder in colour number 550.

Instructions

  • Ring A: 6ds, p, 4ds, 3p sep 2ds, 4ds, p, 6ds
  • Chain A: 4ds, 3p sep 4ds, 4ds
  • Ring B: 6ds, join to last p of previous ring, 4ds, join to next p of previous ring, 2ds, 2p sep 2ds, 4ds, p, 6ds
  • Chain B: 4ds, p, 4ds
  • Ring B
  • Chain C: 6ds, 2p sep 6ds, 4ds
  • Ring B
  • Chain D: 6ds
  • Ring C: 4ds, join to last p of Chain C, 4ds, 2p sep 4ds, 4ds
  • Chain E: 4ds, join to last p of previous ring, 4ds, p, 4ds
  • Ring D: 4ds, join to previous chain, 8ds, p, 6ds, p, 6ds
  • Chain E
  • Ring C
  • Chain D
  • Ring A
  • Chain C: 4ds, join to p of previous Ring C, 6ds, p, 6ds
  • Ring B
  • Chain B
  • *Ring B
  • Chain A
  • Repeat from * another two times
  • Ring B
  • Chain B
  • Ring B
  • Chain C
  • Ring E: 6ds, join to first p of previous ring, 4ds, join to next p of previous ring, 2ds, p, 2ds, join to 4th p of ring A of this end, 4ds, join to last p of ring A of this end, 6ds
  • Chain D
  • Ring C
  • Chain E
  • Ring D
  • Chain F: 10ds, join to base of opposing Ring D, 10ds, join to base of this chain F
  • Chain E
  • Ring C
  • Chain D
  • Ring B: joining to last ring of this end
  • Chain C: 4ds, join to last p of previous ring C, 6ds, p, 6ds
  • Ring B
  • Chain B
  • Ring B
  • Chain A
  • Ring E
  • Chain A
  • Join to base of first ring worked. Tie and cut.

Cut cotton into lengths that are twice the length of the bookmark, fold over and join through end.

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