Anglican Thmub Prayer Beads, designed and tatted by Jeannie French Anglican Thumb Prayer Beads

For Shuttle Tatters

Pattern designed and tatted by Jeannie French
© July 2003

Shuttle directions by Gale Marshall


NOTE: If you are going to use beads, make sure that the picots are long enough to add your beads to.

This pattern is written using beads. If you chose not to add beads, all picots are regular connector size.

SUPPLIES ABBREVIATIONS
Tatting thread 9 beads hs - half stitch


This piece is made using beads and half stitches. A half stitch is the first OR second part of the double stitch. When you remove the stitches from your needle, make sure that the stitches fit snuggle together. This half stitch causes the chain to twist and is called a Josephine Chain or Spiral Stitch.

Secure your thread to the cross by running your needle through the top of the cross a couple of time and knot.