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Dawn

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It looks like she is doing the cloth stitch. CTCT.

But isn't she doing TCTC? 

Barbara Gordon said:

It looks like she is doing the cloth stitch. CTCT.

Yes, Dawn she actually is.  However, here we always do it CTCT or the CTC.  One is the European way. but everyone I know does it like I said.   

Check this out:

http://www.lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Dawn, do you mean the open squares / grid-looking area?  If so, that's known by a few different names depending on which book you're reading or who you ask -  double stitch, whole stitch and twist, cloth stitch and twist, whole throw, and doubles.   You can find it about halfway down on this page:  http://lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Allegra

yes, that's what I meant. I guess I haven't tried that one yet as a ground.

Nancy M. Terselic said:

Dawn, do you mean the open squares / grid-looking area?  If so, that's known by a few different names depending on which book you're reading or who you ask -  double stitch, whole stitch and twist, cloth stitch and twist, whole throw, and doubles.   You can find it about halfway down on this page:  http://lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Allegra

Well...it looks like we both had the same thing in mind.  It is a good site to go to.

Nancy M. Terselic said:

Dawn, do you mean the open squares / grid-looking area?  If so, that's known by a few different names depending on which book you're reading or who you ask -  double stitch, whole stitch and twist, cloth stitch and twist, whole throw, and doubles.   You can find it about halfway down on this page:  http://lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Allegra



Dawn Ellis said:

But isn't she doing TCTC? 

Barbara Gordon said:

It looks like she is doing it the other way just like you said, however the cloth stitch here is mainly done this way.   CTCT.  Check out that site we have given you.  It shows the way usually done by most of us.

Yes, I just wish I spoke Spanish.

Barbara Gordon said:

Well...it looks like we both had the same thing in mind.  It is a good site to go to.

Nancy M. Terselic said:

Dawn, do you mean the open squares / grid-looking area?  If so, that's known by a few different names depending on which book you're reading or who you ask -  double stitch, whole stitch and twist, cloth stitch and twist, whole throw, and doubles.   You can find it about halfway down on this page:  http://lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Allegra

Spanish...!  This site is all written in English.  I don't speak it, but I use a translator when I need it.

Dawn Ellis said:

Yes, I just wish I spoke Spanish.

Barbara Gordon said:

Well...it looks like we both had the same thing in mind.  It is a good site to go to.

Nancy M. Terselic said:

Dawn, do you mean the open squares / grid-looking area?  If so, that's known by a few different names depending on which book you're reading or who you ask -  double stitch, whole stitch and twist, cloth stitch and twist, whole throw, and doubles.   You can find it about halfway down on this page:  http://lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Allegra

Have you tried the auto translate on the cc for the videos? 

Barbara Gordon said:

Spanish...!  This site is all written in English.  I don't speak it, but I use a translator when I need it.

Dawn Ellis said:

Yes, I just wish I spoke Spanish.

Barbara Gordon said:

Well...it looks like we both had the same thing in mind.  It is a good site to go to.

Nancy M. Terselic said:

Dawn, do you mean the open squares / grid-looking area?  If so, that's known by a few different names depending on which book you're reading or who you ask -  double stitch, whole stitch and twist, cloth stitch and twist, whole throw, and doubles.   You can find it about halfway down on this page:  http://lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Allegra

I kind of worded what I said wrong.  I speak English not Spanish, but I do use a translator which helps me immensely.  Some videos have it in two languages which is really nice.  I have learned a lot on YouTube...a lot from my books to.  

Dawn Ellis said:

Have you tried the auto translate on the cc for the videos? 

Barbara Gordon said:

Spanish...!  This site is all written in English.  I don't speak it, but I use a translator when I need it.

Dawn Ellis said:

Yes, I just wish I spoke Spanish.

Barbara Gordon said:

Well...it looks like we both had the same thing in mind.  It is a good site to go to.

Nancy M. Terselic said:

Dawn, do you mean the open squares / grid-looking area?  If so, that's known by a few different names depending on which book you're reading or who you ask -  double stitch, whole stitch and twist, cloth stitch and twist, whole throw, and doubles.   You can find it about halfway down on this page:  http://lynxlace.com/learningbobbinlace-clothstitch.html

Allegra

The woman on the video, Raquel M. Adsuar, is causing harm to the lacemaking world in Spain by changing the names of the traditional stitches. Lace teachers all over the place are having trouble with their students because of this. I know it is not so important as long as we learn and understand no matter what the name is. But I do feel uncomfortable when arguments arise in class. In Spain cloth stitch and whole stitch is the same, so this must be whole stitch and twist. 

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