Murphy's Designs
Tatting 103

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Free-standing machine embroidery Tatted Suncatcher designs done in the machine embroidery hoop!  Complete instructions included. 

 

For 6x10 inch (150x240 or 160x260 mm) 8x8 inch (200x200 mm) hoops or larger

 

All designs are delivered as email attachment in Zip files.

 


Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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Picture of my stitchout.

                          Completely free-standing Tatted Suncatchers & ties - 6 different designs. 

One is "plain", one done with Mylar, one with lace done with 2 colors & one with a single color with lace.

THESE LOOK HARD TO DO - BUT THEY ARE VERY EASY!

I used a regular weight (40 wt.) embroidery thread for all designs shown in this set.


Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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 Here are all the designs in the set.  I have the bottom 2 without the strings and rings.  You can use these as doilies if you want but I really like them as suncatchers!  I even include designs so you can stitch the strings so they are all done completely in the hoop.

I used gold 8-inch rings by Darice for these.

Complete instructions included.

EASY
Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs

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A close up of the suncatcher with Mylar.  I haven't tested Mylar in the sunlight long enough so please make sure you test your Mylar in direct sunlight before you put your suncatcher so that it gets direct sunlight.  If you are not sure, hang your Suncatcher with Mylar in a location that does not get direct sunlight.

I get my Mylar from Heirlooms by Sharon.

I used 40-weight polyester thread for this one.

Complete instructions included.

Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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We took this picture out in our breezeway.  Bob held it for me while I took the picture.  I used a purchased string for this one.  The string matches the lighter olive color that I used for the lace background.

This is Lace2 - two colors.

VERY EASY!

Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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Here is the green Lace2 design again.  I have it laying on some green fabric.

VERY EASY

Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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I'm holding this one so you can see it a bit better.  The lace is in the center and the outer parts of the Suncatcher.

I used regular 40-weight polyester for this one.
Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs

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Here is the "plain" Suncatcher.  We took this one out in the breezeway too.  Notice that I used less wraps of the string?  I used the shorter tie (Ties1) design for this one.  It is long enough for you to hang it after you string it onto the 8-inch ring.

This is so easy to do!  They look like they should be hard - but they are very easy!  Just stitch on wash-away stabilizer, rinse, let dry and string it onto a ring.  That is all there is to it.  I even have a design so you can stitch the string out too!

Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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Here it is laying on some fabric.
Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs

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This is the Lace1 Suncatcher design.  I am holding it next to the wall in the bedroom.  I used the short tie (Ties1) for this one and only wrapped 3 times between the end picots.  This is so easy.  NO JUMPS!

Lace1 = one color.

Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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I'm holding the Lace1 Suncatcher before I add it to the ring.

Tatted Suncatchers by Murphy's Designs
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Here is the Mylar Suncatcher again.  I wanted to point out that I used the Ties2 design which is longer.  I wrapped the ring several times for this one.  It has plenty of string for you to wrap and have a good amount for you to hang it also.

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COMBO 1 - 6 DESIGNS

 

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For 6x10 inch (150x240 or 160x260 mm) or 8x8 inch (200x200 mm)hoops (or larger)

 

ART, JEF, HUS , PES, DST, EXP, SHV, VIP, VP3, XXX

formats and Embird EDR - all included in zip file) 

 

BEST DEAL-GET THEM ALL

 

 COMBO 1

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Regular $15.00

For 6x10 inch
(150x240 or 160x260 mm) or 8x8 inch (200x200 mm) hoops (or larger

(6 designs)

Sent as email attachment.

 

SINGLE ONLY- INCLUDES TIES1 ALSO

 

For 6x10 inch (150x240 or 160x260 mm) or 8x8 inch (200x200 mm)hoops (or larger)

 

1.  Plain Suncatcher

2.  Suncatcher with Lace (1 color)

3.  Suncatcher with Lace (2 colors)

4   Suncatcher with Mylar

 

Includes Ties1 (short)

 

 

 SINGLE SUNCATCHER

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Choose which one you want.
Type machine format in box

For 6x10 inch
(150x240 or 160x260 mm) or 8x8 inch (200x200 mm) hoops (or larger

(2 designs)

Sent as email attachment.

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Here's what you get.

 

FREE-STANDING TATTED SUNCATCHERS

FOR 6X10 INCH (150X240 OR 160X260 MM) or 8x8 inch (200x200 mm) HOOPS

Tat103Suncatcher

149.2x149.2 mm (5.87x5.87 ")

26011 stitches

1 colors, 1 thread changes

Tat103SunC-Lace1

149.2x149.2 mm (5.87x5.87 ")

27592 stitches

1 colors, 1 thread changes

Tat103SunC-Lace2

149.2x149.2 mm (5.87x5.87 ")

27608 stitches

2 colors, 2 thread changes

Tat103SunC-Mylar

149.2x149.2 mm (5.87x5.87 ")

26922 stitches

2 colors, 2 thread changes

Tat103Ties1

59.9x150.0 mm (2.36x5.91 ")

3899 stitches

1 colors, 1 thread changes

Tat103Ties2

129.1x153.2 mm (5.08x6.03 ")

9101 stitches

1 colors, 1 thread changes

 

Designs all done by Murphy.

 

Web page created April 29, 2012 and updated December 10, 2012

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