Number 1

        Techniques: R: rings SR: split rings -/p: picot +/j: join   Instructions R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds – 5ds, close … More Number 1

Thread prediction

    Start with choosing the pattern. For this example, I will use a small flower. The pattern: R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring Ch: 10ds lj 10ds lj 10ds lj 10ds lj 10ds. Next count all the double stitches of the pattern. (to guess can leave you with … More Thread prediction

Letter Z

Techniques R             ring SR           split ring ROSR     ring of split ring -/P          picot +/J          join (shuttle join for before the split, lock join for after the split)   Instructions R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds / 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds / 5ds … More Letter Z

Adaptable patterns

Patterns that can repeat itself of can easily be added to. The most common adaptable patterns are patterns that are border patterns. The basic pattern for the border patterns is given in three section, the straight, the outward corner and the inward corner. The reason way there are two types of corners is how the … More Adaptable patterns

Letter Y

Techniques R             ring SR           split ring ROSR     ring of split ring -/P          picot +/J          join (shuttle join for before the split, lock join for after the split) Instructions R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds / 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds / … More Letter Y

Letter X

Techniques R             ring SR           split ring ROSR     ring of split ring -/P          picot +/J          join (shuttle join for before the split, lock join for after the split) Instructions R: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds – 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds / 5ds, close ring SR: 5ds – 5ds – 5ds / … More Letter X