jlcor1

diagonal as step 3

Thu Feb 8, 2018 9:28am

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If I use step 3 for my first diagonal, would step 4 be my second diagonal ?

Thank you for any suggestions.

Thank you for any suggestions.

- diagonal as step 3 dorset14, Fri Feb 9 9:34amIf you do a diagonal (step 5) as step 3, you then continue with steps 3,4,6,7 in that order. I find that doing the diagonal as step 3 locks in the first 2 steps and makes squaring off the holes much... more
- Diagonal as step 3 gm.hefley, Sun Feb 18 6:18amTried it out and found that it doesn’t save any time. Sticking with first diagonal as step 5.
- diagonal as step 3 jlcor1, Fri Feb 9 9:54amThank you Dorset. I am on track to follow those steps after checking out The Caner's Handbook by Jim Widess and Bruce Miller. So far it is going well.
- Re: diagonal as step 3 cil.pinkett, Sat Feb 10 7:29amI weave 2 verticals first then weave the two horizontals at the same time, coming from opposite ends. This forms the windows quite nicely and the diagonals are pretty easy.

- Re: diagonal as step 3 cil.pinkett, Fri Feb 9 5:53amSteps 1-4 consist of 2 verticals and 2 horizontals. 5 and 6 are the diagonals. Are you planning on omitting 1 horizontal and 1 vertical?

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