Covered rings ~ Anillos cubiertos

It is great to browse the many instructive, inspiring tatting blogs. It was thus that I found tatting covered plastic rings, and great, clear instructions on how to do them! Thank you Jon Yusoff!

Hay muchos y muy interesantes blogs y páginas sobre frivolité, donde aprender e inspirarse. Así fue como conocí los anillos cubiertos con frivolité, y tambien las instrucciones para hacerlos. Gracias a Jon Yusoff por la clarísima explicación, y a Wally Sosa por la traducción!

This is what I have done so far with this technique:

Esto es lo que he hecho hasta ahora usando esta técnica:

Earrings – Aros:

aros con anillos cubiertos de frivolite

Zipper pulls – tiradores para cierres:

A keychain ring – un llavero:

A backpack decoration – Un adorno para mochila:

I am sure I am not done exploring this!

¡Estoy segura que no he terminado de explorar esto!

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Diane
    Mar 26, 2011 @ 11:17:48

    I love covered rings, although I’ve never actually made any! I remember that both of my grandmothers had shade pulls with covered rings. Some day…


  2. yavamoni
    Mar 26, 2011 @ 12:37:47

    That sounds like a clever use for them! The celitc keychain has been in heavy use for almost a year, and it holds its shape. I thought it would be much less sturdy!


  3. Fox
    Mar 28, 2011 @ 13:53:10

    Hi! Thanks for your comments on tat-ology. I just found your blog. Your tatting is amazing!
    Fox : )


  4. Trackback: Covered ring zip pulls ~ Tiradores de cremallera con anillos cubiertos « Creativa Suculencia ~ Succulent Creativity

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