Filling Netting Needles & Shuttles

Price: Free

Below are links to the videos and handouts for this class.

To view a handout, click on the phrase “PDF file” in front of the title you want to view.

To view a video, click on the word “Video” in front of the title you want to view.

PDF file Video Filling a Metal Netting Needle – using a figure eight
PDF file Video Filling a Metal Netting Needle – first one side and then the other side
PDF file Video Filling a Netting Shuttle with a Bendable Prong
PDF file Video Filling a Norwegian Shuttle
PDF file Video Filling a Wooden or Open-slit Netting Needle – using a figure-eight pattern
PDF file Video Filling a Wooden or Open-slit Netting Needle – first one side, then the other side
PDF file Video How Full to Fill Your Netting Needle or Shuttle

Comments

  1. Rita, you’ve done a great job with these videos! The instructions are clear, concise, and understandable.

    There appear to be a couple PDFs and one video that are missing. The second and fifth PDF say “page not found” as does the second video. Other than that, they are terrific!

    I’m looking forward to learning netting. Although I don’t have enough hair to put in a snood, I’m planning on making one (and wearing a fall) for next year at the Renaissance Faire. I also have a handkerchief that I purchased at an estate sale that has an edge that was made with netting. There is a hole in the netting, and I’m excited about being able to repair the hole. I had no idea it was netted when I bought it, I just thought it was pretty. Then I discovered that most snoods worn at Renaissance Faires aren’t “period correct” as they are crocheted, not netted. Imagine my joy when I discovered your site and realized I would be able to repair my hankie using netting!

    Thank you!

    Chris Salvatore

    • Chris,

      Thank you for calling my attention to the broken links. I have fixed them and you should be able to view the video and see the handouts. I’m glad to know the ones you were able to see are helpful. I appreciate knowing the instructions are “clear, concise, and understandable.”

      I hope to see you in one of the classes soon.

      Rita Bartholomew

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