NH Youngburg Rose Medallion #19

NH Youngburg Rose Medallion #19
Rose Medallion #19 Pg 6

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.

This new model was prepared by Carol Best.

model for rose#19 from Nellie H Youngburg book tatted by Carol Best




R = ring
CH = chain
RW reverse work
dnrw = do not reverse work
+ = join
– = picot

Tat a round center ring with 9 picots divided by 1 double stitch with color 1. Close the ring and using both threads create 10th picot as a mock picot.

Climb out with a split ring 4 / 4 clr.
Leave short bare thread space, about 1/8" or about 3 mm.
R 4 + (join to next picot on center ring) 4 clr.
Leave short bare thread space, about 1/8" or about 3 mm.
Repeat for a total of 10 rings.

model for rose#19 from Nellie H Youngburg book tatted by Carol Best




Using 2 shuttles, shuttle and ball or needle and ball thread, start with color 2.
*R 4 + (join to bare thread space between two rings) 4 clr. RW
CH 8 - 2 - 2 - 6 + join to next bare thread space dnrw. Use color 3 if desired.
CH 6 + (join to last picot on chain) 2 - 2 - 8 RW
Repeat around from *.

String beads on the ball thread in order to place beads on the chains.

beaded model for rose#19 from Nellie H Youngburg book tatted by Carol Best






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