NH Youngburg Pattern #10

NH Youngburg Pattern #10

Forty Original Designs in Tatting By Nellie Hall Youngburg Novel and Unique Designs with Complete Instructions for Every Pattern Designed and Executed by Nellie Hall Youngburg Brookings, SD© 1921. As a summer tatting project tatters in the Online Tatting Class have been rewriting and modernizing the patterns in this vintage tatting book. Diagrams and new models have been prepared to help the tatter follow the patterns more easily. Both the original public domain booklet and the new version are being posted online to share with all tatters everywhere.



Edging for Piano Scarf No. 10 Pg. 3 New model tatted by Phyllis Schmidt




Pattern #10 from Nellie Hall Youngburg's 40 Original Designs 1921 new model tatted by Phyllis Schmidt



Row 1: (2 shuttles or shuttle and ball)

*R 12 ds, p, 12 ds, clr, rw

CH 12 ds, p, 12 ds, rw*

Repeat * to * for length required. End with R 12 ds, p, 12, ds, clr. Tie and hide ends.



Row 2: (2 shuttles or shuttle and ball)

*R of 12 ds, p 12 ds, clr, rw

CH 12 ds, join to p of ring in first row, 12 ds, rw*

Repeat * to * for length required. End with R 12 ds, p, 12, ds, clr. Tie and hide ends.




Pattern #10 from Nellie Hall Youngburg's 40 Original Designs 1921 diagram by Jane Eborall with double stitch count




Row 3: (2 shuttles – see note below for more advanced tatters)

R of 12 ds, p, 12 ds, clr, rw, join to p of ring in 2nd row

*CH 6 ds, ss

R of 12 ds, p, 12 ds, clr

R of 12 ds, p, 12 ds, clr, ss

CH 6 ds, rw

R of 12 ds, join to p of ring made before group of two, 12 ds, rw

CH 6 ds, ss

R of 12 ds, p, 12 ds, clr

R of 12 ds, p, 12 ds, clr, ss

CH 6 ds, rw

R of 12 ds, join to p where two other rings are joined (making a group of 3), 12 ds, clr, rw

Join to p of next ring on second row

CH 6 ds, p, 6 ds, rw

R 12 ds, join to p of ring in first row (where 2nd row chain is joined), 12 ds, clr, rw

CH 6 ds, p, 6 ds, join to p of next ring in 2nd row, rw

R 12 ds, p, 12 ds, clr*



Repeat * to * for length required.



NOTE: For those with more experience on Row 3, use a ball and shuttle. Instead of switching shuttles, do a shoe-lace trick to switch.



Row three of this edging is the nearly the same as edging No. 2 with the substitution of chains for bare shuttle thread and the addition of a chain, ring, chain in between repeats. Nice design variation.



Pattern #10 from Nellie Hall Youngburg's 40 Original Designs 1921 diagram by Jane Eborall with double stitch count




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