### A Fourth Type of Net Vandykes with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes and Two Final Vandykes

Here is the final type of corner turn for Net Vandykes with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes and Two Final Vandykes. This Vandyke has 13 squares in the border, 6 points along the inner Vandykes, and 7 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Tie the thread from the netting needle onto the foundation loop, leaving a 6" tail. Row 1: Net 2 knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in the row) Row 2: Net 1…

### A Third Type of Net Vandykes with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes and Two Final Vandykes

Changing the number of squares in the border can affect where the corner turns, which can affect the instructions for the final Vandykes (compare the samples for the past two weeks with the first sample for this week), but doesn't always. This first Vandyke has 10 squares in the border, 3 points along the inner Vandykes, and 4 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. This second Vandyke has 8 squares in the border, 3 points along the inner Vandykes, and 4 points along the…

### A Second Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes and Two Final Vandykes

Because of the ratio of the number of squared in the boarder to the number of points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes, this edge also needs to have two or more Vandykes involved in creating the last vertical side of the Vandyke. This Vandyke 11 border squares, 3 points along the inner Vandykes, and 4 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Row 1: Net 2 knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in the row) Row 2…

### A Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes and Two Final Vandykes

Not every net Vandyke with one extra point on the outer side of the first and last Vandykes has only one final Vandyke. It is possible to have two or more Vandykes involved in creating the last vertical side of the Vandyke. This Vandyke 12 border squares, 3 points along the inner Vandykes, and 4 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Row 1: Net 2 knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in the row) Row 2: Net 1 knot in each loop…

### A Fourth Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

While the border of this edge is considerably smaller than the edge for last week, the number of points along the Vandyke are nearly the same. This Vandyke Edge has 3 border squares, 6 points along the inner Vandykes, and 7 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Tie the thread from the netting needle onto the foundation loop, leaving a 6" tail. Row 1: Net 2 more knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in row) Row 2: Net 1 knot in…

### A Third Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

Today's sample is much bigger than week's edge. This Vandyke has 12 squares in the border, 7 points along the inner Vandykes, and 8 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. This Vandyked Square Netting edge came from page 91 of The lady's manual of fancy-work: a complete instructor in every variety of ornamental needle-work, by Mrs. Matilda Marian Pullan, (published in 1858). First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Tie the thread from the netting needle onto the…

### A Second Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

Today's sample is similar to last week's edge - there is only one square difference in the width of the border. This Vandyke has 5 squares in the border, 3 points along the inner Vandykes, and 4 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Tie the thread from the netting needle onto the foundation loop, leaving a 6" tail. Row 1: Net 2 knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in the row) Row 2: Net 1 knot in the first loop, net 2 knots…

### A Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

One of the net Vandyke patterns I found in books and magazines published in the 1800s had more points on the outer side of the first and last Vandykes than on any of the other sides of the Vandykes. Some people like this look better than the basic net Vandykes. Once again, when my husband and I began looking closely, we found four different ways to turn the final corner and make the last vertical edge. This Vandyke was one of our experimental samples. It has 6 squares in the border, 3 points…

### A Fourth Basic Vandyke Edge with Two Final Vandykes

I'm going to include 2 different patterns once again, this time for the fourth Basic Vandyke with Two Final Vandykes. They have a different number of squares in the border and a different number of points on the sides of the Vandykes. The first pattern has 23 squares in the border and 7 points on the sides. The second pattern has 13 squares in the border and 6 points along the Vandykes. The reason they are both included in this post is that they both have 2 final Vandykes and they also have…

### A Third Basic Vandyke Edge with Two Final Vandykes

This week the Vandyke border has 8 squares in the border, 3 points on each side of the Vandykes and needs 2 Vandykes to create the last vertical edge. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side 1. Net 2 knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in the row) 2. Net 1 knot in each loop except for the last loop, net 2 knots in the last loop. (3 loops in the row) 3. Net 1 knot in each loop except for the last loop, net 2 knots in the last loop. (4 loops in the row) 4. Net 1 knot in each loop except…

### A Fourth Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

While the border of this edge is considerably smaller than the edge for last week, the number of points along the Vandyke are nearly the same. This Vandyke Edge has 3 border squares, 6 points along the inner Vandykes, and 7 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Tie the thread from the netting needle onto the foundation loop, leaving a 6" tail. Row 1: Net 2 more knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in row) Row 2: Net 1 knot in…

### A Third Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

Today's sample is much bigger than week's edge. This Vandyke has 12 squares in the border, 7 points along the inner Vandykes, and 8 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. This Vandyked Square Netting edge came from page 91 of The lady's manual of fancy-work: a complete instructor in every variety of ornamental needle-work, by Mrs. Matilda Marian Pullan, (published in 1858). First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Tie the thread from the netting needle onto the…

### A Second Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

Today's sample is similar to last week's edge - there is only one square difference in the width of the border. This Vandyke has 5 squares in the border, 3 points along the inner Vandykes, and 4 points along the outer side of the first and last Vandykes. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side Tie the thread from the netting needle onto the foundation loop, leaving a 6" tail. Row 1: Net 2 knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in the row) Row 2: Net 1 knot in the first loop, net 2 knots…

### A Net Vandyke with One Extra Point on the Outer Side of the First and Last Vandykes

One of the net Vandyke patterns I found in books and magazines published in the 1800s had more points on the outer side of the first and last Vandykes than on any of the other sides of the Vandykes. Some people like this look better than the basic net Vandykes. Once again, when my husband and I began looking closely, we found four different ways to turn the final corner and make the last vertical edge. This Vandyke was one of our experimental samples. It has 6 squares in the border, 3 points…

### A Second Basic Vandyke Edge with Two Final Vandykes

Today's sample is similar to last weeks edge - there is only one square difference in the width of the border. This one has 10 squares in the border and 3 points on each side of the Vandykes and needs 2 Vandykes to create the last vertical edge. First Vandyke with straight, vertical side 1 Net 2 knots in the foundation loop. (2 loops in the row) 2 Net 1 knot in each loop except for the last loop, net 2 knots in the last loop. (3 loops in the row) 3 Net 1 knot in each loop except for the last…

### A Basic Vandyke Edge with Two Final Vandykes

It did not take me long in my exploration of net Vandyke Edges to discover that some Vandyke Edges need more than one Vandyke to turn the corner and create a vertical edge on the last Vandyke. With my husband's mathematical help, we discovered that there were still four types of turns; however, the directions changed slightly from when there was only one final Vandyke. Today's sample has 11 squares in the border and 3 points on each side of the Vandykes and needs 2 Vandykes to create the…