Emmy Liebert's Square Star

Emmy Liebert's Square Star

Emmy Liebert's Square Star from Schiffchen-Arbeiten Frivolitäten 1916 Book 1 fig. 30 pg. 65 reprint pg.14



original Emmy Liebert pattern



This pattern was prepared for sharing as part of the Online Tatting Class' Emmy Liebert project.

For details of the Emmy Liebert project please read:

https://www.georgiaseitz.com/public/emmyliebert/liebertproject.html (2011),

and https://www.georgiaseitz.com/public/emmyliebert/liebertprojectpt2.html

This new model was tatted by Stephanie Wilson.



R = ring

CH = chain

- or p = picot

— = long picot

CTM = continuous thread method

rw =reverse work

dnrw = do not reverse work

+ = join




vintage Emmy Liebert pattern model by Stephanie Wilson



Funny, isn't it? Emmy Liebert lists this tatted square motif as a "star?"



Wind 2 shuttles CTM or prepare one shuttle and a ball thread. Start in the middle of the motif. Note that all four rings on the inner portion join into the same long picot on the first ring.



R 5 - 5 — 5 - 5 clr rw

CH 7 - 7 rw

*R 5 - 5 + (join to the long picot) 5 - 5 clr rw

CH 7 - 7 rw Repeat from * twice more.

Join the last chain to base of first ring but dnrw



Begin the outer round by continuing the chain

CH 10 - 5 - 5 rw

**R 5 - 5 + (join to p on the chain from center) 5 - 5 clr rw

CH 5 - 3 - 3 - 5 rw

R 5 - 5 + (join to same p on the chain from center) 5 - 5 clr rw

CH 5 - 5 - 10 + (join to the base of the next ring in the center portion)

CH 10 + (join1 to p on the chain opposite) 5 - 5 rw

Repeat from ** around.



vintage Emmy Liebert pattern  model by Stephanie Wilson with ds count



This small pattern is an excellent time to practice tatting your chains using RODS, or the reverse order double stitch. By beginning the ds on the chain with the second half stitch first followed by the first half stitch second, when the work is returned to the front side for the rings, both rings and chains will be front side up.



1 Note: this join should be very tight. You may want to adjust the length of the picot on the chain.





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