I've bought a fan pattern which does not have any arrows for the working direction. I'm not too concerned with the stitches but the picture simpy tells me to 'Start here' and the no. of bobbins to place at each point. Are there any general rules about the direction of working?

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Is it possible to see the patern?

If you show us one repeat of the photograph perhaps we can help you figure it out.  We can't publish the whole pattern, as that would be a copyright violation.  Show us the part with indications of how many pairs to hang on.

I really appreciate both responses, not least because I would have attached the entire pattern un aware of the copyright issue.

Once I have the initial repeat scnned I'll add it here.

I've attached the portion of the pattern in .pdf. Let me know if you have any problems opening it.

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Here attached the pattern with the notes on how to work it

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Carolina

I see 2 arrows that you added to Deborah's pattern, but I don't see anything else.  Am I missing something?

Hi Lorelei,
If you click on the arrow it will have to appear two flags....

I have just added a new vs. of the file. Let me know if you cannot open the file.

It needs the last Adobe Reader X

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Still nothing happens when I click on the arrows.  No hand appears, or any indication of a link to something else.  But your line shows the direction to start moving.

This is a Lia Baumiester Yonker pattern.  It is discussed in her book on Sneeburger. 

Start at the curl with the arrow. Work to the first right angle, Turn the corner and start up the stem. continue out the leaf and then back in. If you follow the pattern correctly you will not have to stop before you get to the other side of the fam. When there is a line down the center of the path, you should work in whole stitch, where there is no line down the middle it is in half stitch.  The outside plait only goes around the top edge and does not continue down the sides of the flowers.  Good Luck.  I want to see a picture when you finish!

OOps I meant where there is no line,, it is Cloth stitch.  Sorry.



Julia Brock said:

This is a Lia Baumiester Yonker pattern.  It is discussed in her book on Sneeburger. 

Start at the curl with the arrow. Work to the first right angle, Turn the corner and start up the stem. continue out the leaf and then back in. If you follow the pattern correctly you will not have to stop before you get to the other side of the fam. When there is a line down the center of the path, you should work in whole stitch, where there is no line down the middle it is in half stitch.  The outside plait only goes around the top edge and does not continue down the sides of the flowers.  Good Luck.  I want to see a picture when you finish!

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