This is the first pattern I tried: Julie Patterson's Hearts and Flowers. I like this one; simple and elegant in appearance. It's not completely simple to tat, and I fiddled around with various combinations of split rings and chains. The yellow and black was my first one and you can see I tried an onion ring with no tassel for the tail, but I really don't like the way that looks! The onion ring with tassel on the pastel and black cross is much better. There's also an Elizabeth Zipay mini-cross on the right of this picture. Great pattern, so quick and cute!
Jane into a bookmark, and has now been even more beautifully adapted by Grace Tan into a cross. It's unique in its construction -- not only do you make it in split rings but to make it a cross, you tat one L-shaped piece from arm-end to arm-end, and then you begin another L-shaped piece and attach at the center as you make the second piece. This has the advantage of keeping it fun and interesting to tat and it tats up very quickly once you get the hang of it. I made more than three of this one!
And an old favorite; Mary Konior's Small Cross. I never get tired of this one. The shape is so beautiful. I tried with a tail and tassel and with just a tassel. I like both ways.
This is by no means all the crosses I've done. More coming up, along with a few other motifs. I did in fact tat some things between Easter and now that were not crosses! ... Two things, to be exact. Impressive number, no? I am not kidding about how many crosses I made. And I haven't even gotten to all the patterns I wanted to do.