NH Youngburg Pattern #36

NH Youngburg Pattern #36


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.



new model for Nellie Hall Youngburg yoke #36 pg 17 prepared by Paule Primeau



Nellie Hall Youngburg Camisole Yoke #36 with points Over Shoulders

New model and magic thread aids by Paule Primeau

Blue center tatted with Altin Basak #50; the 2nd round of the 2 bottom motifs was tatted with Flora HH #20 and the 2nd round of the top motif was tatted with crochet cotton Olympus #40.

One shuttle only.



R = ring

p = regular picot

P = big picot (twice as long as regular picot, 1/4 inch) necessary for the work to lie flat

+ = join

MT = magic thread to hide ends

clr = close ring



Blue center: with # 50 Altin Basak

R1: 6 ds (insert MT if using), 1 big P, (2 ds,1 p) 4 times, making the last picot a big ¼ inch Picot, 6 ds (insert MT if using), close ring.

R2: 6 ds, + ( to last big picot of R1), (2 ds,1 p) 4 times, making the last picot a ¼ inch Picot, 6 ds, clr.
R3, 4, 5: same as R2.

R6: 6 ds + (to last big Picot of R5), (2ds, 1 p) 4 times, joining last p to first big Picot of R1, 6 ds, clr.
Hide ends with MT or your own method.



hiding ends part 1 prepared by Paule Primeau



hiding ends part 2 prepared by Paule Primeau



Pink 2nd round

R1:* 4 ds (insert MT if using) 1 p, (2 ds, 1 p) 6 times, 4 ds (insert MT if using) clr.

Leaving ¼ inch thread, join ring to 2nd picot of ring in blue center with Shuttle Lock Join.

Leaving another ¼ inch thread, repeat R1 from *(without inserting MT!) joining first picot of ring to last picot of previous ring .

Continue until there are 12 rings around blue center, joining last picot of last ring to first picot of R1. Hide ends with MT or your own method.



With the threads I used, each motif measures 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter and should be joined together by the center picot of 2 rings. The number of motifs needed to tat the whole Camisole Yoke would vary with the thread used and should be adjusted by each tatter.



diagram with ds count for Nellie Hall Youngburg yoke #36 pg 17 shared by Jane Eborall



diagram with ds count for yoke band on the Nellie Hall Youngburg yoke #36 pg 17 shared by Jane Eborall



The band for the yoke is a mirror image edging of rings only and no chains. On the diagram the solid black lines should have been broken lines to indicate bare shuttle thread.

*R 3 - 3 - 3 - 3 clr, leave bare thread space.

R 3 + 3 - 3 - 3 clr, leave bare thread space. RW

R 6 - (picot large enough for 3 joins) 6 clr, leave bare thread space. RW

R 3 + 3 - 3 - 3 clr, leave bare thread space. RW

R 6 + (join to adjacent ring) 6 clr, leave bare thread space. RW

R 3 + 3 - 3 - 3 clr, leave bare thread space. RW

*Repeat from* for needed length.



Shared with permission from the files of the Online Tatting Class.




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