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Square Stitch Basics Square stitch is a wonderful alternative to using a loom. The patterns can be easily read, since they are set up on a standard grid. Square stitch is similar to Brick stitch in terms of the amount of time it takes to weave a pattern. The method shown is a little different from that commonly used and forms a more resilient weave. Notions: Two colors of beads (one light, one dark) any size Needle, thread, scissors Step 1: Cut a piece of thread 1 yd long. Thread your needle. Add a Stop Bead to the end of the thread. (A Stop Bead is a bead you pass through twice to secure the end) Leave a 6 inch tail to weave back in later Step 2: We will start by working the first two rows simultaneously. I°ve chosen two colors of beads so that you can adapt the steps to a pattern. Each row will be a different color: 1 2 Row 1: green We will be working Row 2: pink vertically Pick up two light beads (LB) and two dark beads (DB). Pass your needle
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