How to Start a Box Stitch?

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Box stitch is another name for the square stitch. Square stitch is used primarily in beading. It can join long rows together or create rows of different lengths. Here is a website which clearly, and simply, describes how to start a box stitch, and how to adapt its use to your own personal projects. beadwork.about.com
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Instructions: Place both laces together. Place the key ring at the center and tie an overhand knot approximately 1/4 inch from the key ring. Arrange the strands in the form of a cross
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Place both laces together. Place the key ring at the center and tie
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A box stitch is also known as a boondoggle stitch or a square stitch. It just takes a little practice to be able to do. This has an interesting look to it as well. For more information look here: www.boondoggleman.com; www.videojug.com
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