Monday, February 06, 2017

Basics of CRAW with embedded SuperDuos

The Cubic Right-Angle Weave with embedded SuperDuos, as the name suggests, is based on the CRAW stitch. Therefore, to be able to understand the process of this stitch with super duos, you first need to know the basics of cubic right-angle weave. In my video Craw Earrings with embellished pearls I explain how to make this stitch, but if you search online, you will find a lot of video tutorials, intructions and step by steps on how to make cubic right-angle weave.

Cubic Right-Angle Weave with embedded SuperDuos

A basic CRAW unit looks like a cube: 4 sides (pic.1), 1 top and 1 bottom. In this case, superduos are added to 2 sides, replacing the top and bottom beads on each side (pic.2). Watch the instructionable video below for more.

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