Easy Celtic Tatted Wreath


I’m making these easy Celtic Tatted Wreaths for a craft fair at the Lebanon YMCA on Wednesday, and thought I’d share this pattern with everyone.  Rings, Chains, & Joins with one shuttle and one ball CTM.



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7 Responses to “Easy Celtic Tatted Wreath”

  1. ❦TattingChic Says:

    OMGoodness! Ruth, that is so very cute! I ♥ the way the candycane is the “J” and the wreath is the “O” and are we going to get a pattern for the “Y”? …or have you already shared that? I don’t remember seeing that.

  2. Marie Says:

    What a unique idea! The candy cane for the letter “J”. The wreath for the letter “O”. And I think the letter “Y” is something special made up of 3 tiny showflakes, a couple of rings with picots and a bell. Very clever Idea for the Holiday. Thanks!

  3. Elaine Potgieter Says:

    Please do you have a pattern for beaded roses

  4. yavamoni Says:

    What a great little pattern! Thanks so much for sharing!

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