Ribbonwinners Tatting Patterns & Shuttles by
Georgia Seitz
11460 Via Appia
Anchorage Alaska 99515-2905 USA
Needlecraft February 1925 Tatting

Antique patterns courtesy of Jan Dunmyer. Special editing, typing, formatting and models by volunteer tatters from the online tatting class. Many thanks to all.

Needlecraft Feb 1925 centerpiece pg 20 posted:
= Full centerpiece scan.
= Pie-slice from center to edge.
= Original Directions Rounds 9 - 11 rewritten and model prepared by Edda Guastalla.

Round 9:
Use one shuttle.
R1: 5-5, join to middle picot of second free chain of medallion, 5-5 cl. RW leaving 5mm (3/8")length of thread.
R2: 6-6-6-6 cl. RW leaving same space.
R3: 5, join to third picot of Ring #1, 5-5-5 cl. RW leaving same space.
R4: 6, join to third picot of R2, 6-6-6 cl. RW and continue joining a ring to second free chain of each medallion with 5 free rings between.

Round 10:
Use 2 shuttles
R1: 5-5-5-5 cl. RW
CH1: 7-7 RW
R2: 5, join to 3rd p. of R1, 5-5-5 cl. RW
CH2: 7-7 RW

Repeat until for 10 rings and chains joining 2 consecutive chains to 2 consecutive rings of round 9 and joining each medallion to preceding.

For the center of medallion:
Join to a free picot
CH1: 5, long picot 5 join to next picot.
CH2: 4 join to next picot. CH3: 5, join to picot of CH #1, 5, join to next picot.
CH4: 4, join to next picot.

Round 11:
Use 2 shuttles
CH1: join to picot of second free chain of medallion, 5-4-5, join to next free chain of medallion
CH2: 5-4-8-4-8-4-5 join to picot of second free chain of next medallion and continue.
Intro page
Rounds 1-4 Pattern
Rounds 5-8 Pattern
Rounds 12-13 Pattern coming soon.

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