FREE PATTERNS

Martha's Free Patterns


Welcome to my free tatting patterns.  Click on the pattern name links below for printer-friendly pdf copies of the patterns.  

Please remember this is copyrighted material.  You may make copies for your own use, but please do not reprint or repost without my express permission.


Hairpin Lace and Tatted Angel










Joyce's Angel

Marjorie's Angel



18 comments:

  1. This turned out very pretty. I love to tat with either buttons, or these. I'm looking for your teapot that you tatted with buttons. Is it in one of your book?

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  2. Nice pattern I gonna try it. Always love to look at your Blog

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  3. Sweet angels, thanks for the patterns.

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  4. Susie Johnson, Morris, Illinois11:53 AM

    Thank you so much for the patterns. You are so wonderful to share them. I hope I can do them justice.

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  5. I now have your teapot with the buttons. Wish I could say I've made/tatted it already, but you know how that goes! It's definitely on my list....

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  6. Love the Butterick Butterfly. Now to try it.

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  7. Keetara1:22 AM

    At one time you had a beautiful green butterfly pattern available for free. I don't see it here. Has it been included in one of your books?

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    1. It's not in any of the books. This link to the old website may still work. I really do need a new website, sigh.

      http://www.att.net/s/community.dll?ep=87&subpageid=264107&ck=

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    2. Keetara5:38 PM

      Woot! It worked! Thank you so much!

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  8. I've tried to download your picot gauge several times since you posted it on Facebook, but I keep getting a message that your bandwidth has been exceeded.

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    1. I think this happens when there is a lot of traffic on a site. I think wait a day and try again.

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  9. I just love the spiraling effect of the paisley flower. Can I sell the finished product (not the pattern) in an online store, or privately to a friend? In both cases I will mention your name as the creator of the pattern. Thank you for your great design :)

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    1. Yes, it is alright to sell items made from my patterns. If selling online, please give designer credit. Thanks for asking.

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  10. I need a tatted pattern for a 3D Tea set.

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    1. There is a 3D tea set in block tatting in my book for sale, "Tea is for Tatting." I think I have seen a free cup and saucer pattern on one of the Facebook tatting groups, but I can't remember which one.

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  11. Thank you Martha for the free pattern on Folded Rings Techniques and Patterns. I have been making them in pastel shades and attaching them to hairpins for my grandchildren. Thank you!

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  12. Hi
    Is there a book with the skull pattern? Of all things, someone I know needs a tatted skull for a wedding dress. Don't ask....

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    1. Please forgive me for taking so long to respond. There is a skeleton pattern in the book "Holidays on the Block," which is probably only about 2-3 inches tall. There is a larger skeleton on my defunct website, but there is a major error in the pattern, something left out with the second side of the pelvis. The pattern link is here: http://www.att.net/s/community.dll?ep=87&subpageid=302737&ck= but the picture may not appear. You can see a picture of it here: http://marthas-tatting-blog.blogspot.com/2006/10/motif-five-happy-halloween.html I also have a pattern for a small skull, again on the old website, pattern here: http://www.att.net/s/community.dll?ep=87&subpageid=326841&ck= and picture here: http://marthas-tatting-blog.blogspot.com/2008/10/motifs-seventeen-eighteen-halloween.html

      The skull section of my skeleton patterns is pretty small. Vickie Clarke has a skull pattern that looks bigger. Look on her free pattern page here: https://victats.blogspot.com/p/patterns.html

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