Tatting Shuttle

Style - TS
Tatting Shuttle
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Tatting shuttles exist in many forms. These are based on the mid-1800's style. They are mostly a bit thicker, to be easier to hold.  The majority do have one curved and pointed end, but a few are straight points on both ends. There is also the thinner version with a more open center depression. These do not have points.

Each is shaped by hand and sanded with many levels of grit to be smooth without any polish.  Most are Dymondwood from my stash, and when the stash is gone there will be no more of these color patterns.

The light wood shuttles are ancient Kauri from New Zealand.  This wood is preserved in peat bogs and logs have been dated from 2,000 to 50,000 years old.

Measurements will vary with each shuttle.

Small averages 2 1/2 inches long, 11/16 inch wide, and 5/8 inch deep.

Medium averages 2 3/4 inces long, 11/16 inch wide, and 3/4 inch deep.

Large is over 3 inches long, 1 1/2 inches wide and 5/8 inch deep.


$15.00


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