There is a pdf at the bottom of the page for those of you who prefer to print off patterns.
lj- lock join. Make a lock join by using a crochet hook to pull shuttle thread through the joining space. This creates a loop and you pass the shuttle through the loop then tighten to remove excess thread. In these patterns a lock join is often joined to the space between chains. Where to do the lj is indicated in brackets. For example lj(C2 & 3) means a lj in the space between the 2nd and 3rd chain.
rw- reverse work; turn the tatting towards you to change the direction the chain is facing
SCMR- self closing mock ring. See http://www.janeeborall.freeservers.com/SCMR.pdf for instructions.
Wind 2 yards on a shuttle CTM with ball
R 6 vsp 6 vsp 6 vsp 6
C 6 vsp 6 lj (vsp on ring)
C 4 vsp 4 vsp 4 vsp 4 vsp 4 lj (next vsp on ring)
C 6 vsp 6 lj (next vsp on ring)
C 3 vsp 3 lj (beginning of round)
DO NOT CUT.
What? Too quick? For those of you that are super ambitious you can make a 2nd more exciting by adding a 6mm bead to the middle of the ring...
You can download a pdf here.
UPDATE...we've exceeded the limit of downloading for my Keep and Share files so I am posting it on the Fringe Element Tatters facebook group and in the Beginer Tatter Facebook Group.