#### NH Youngburg Pattern #35 and #33

Nellie Hall Youngburg "40 Designs in Tatting" ©1921

Two Patterns #33 and #35

Pattern #33 pg 14.

Use 2 shuttles or 1 shuttle/needle and ball thread (2 colors suggested.)

Medallion

R 10 large picot (for 4 joins) 10 clr rw *CH 8 rw

R 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 clr rw CH 6

R 4 + (join to last p previous ring) 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 clr rw

CH 6

R 4 + (join to last p previous ring) 4 - 4 - 4 clr rw

CH 8 rw

R 10 + (join to lg picot) 10 clr rw

Repeat from * 4 times joining the last of three to the first set of three rings as shown.
Join medallions by side picots in two places.

R 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 clr rw

*CH 4 - 4 rw

R 4 + (join to last p prev ring) 4 - 4 - 4 clr rw

Repeat from * for length desired joining chains to 4 rings of each medallion as shown.

R = ring

CH = chain

- or p = picot

+ = join

clr = close ring

rw = reverse work

Note: The 5 rings joined tightly in the center of the medallions should lay flat and not overlap.

Pattern #35 pg.16

Nellie Hall Youngburg "40 Original Designs in Tatting" 1921

New models prepared by Stephanie Wilson and diagram by Jane Eborall.

Using one shuttle this all rings motif is simple. It can be modified by adjusting the length of the bare thread space between the rings. See variations below.

Start at a corner.

*R 6 - 6 clr dnrw leave no space

R 6 - 6 clr rw leave small space of bare thread

R 6 - (picot must be large enough for three joins) 6 clr rw

Repeat from * joining the inward facing rings in one picot

As shown above, four squares may be joined by the picots to create a larger square. A four ring insert maybe placed in the center. Rings are 5 + 5 , or throw them off one corner of the square as it is tatted.

Nellie Hall Youngburg "40 Original Designs in Tatting" 1921

40 Designs Nellie Hall Youngburg

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