I am so happy to be able to get back to work, even if it might be for just a short while.
In our not so recent posts, we have been continuing to explore the many variations of right angle weave.
In the last posts of this series, we learned three different ways to work with the cubic form of the stitch to create a variety of geometric cubic shapes.
Today, we are going to look at another dimensional technique called prismatic right angle weave or PRAW for short. In PRAW, we are able to create other dimensional shapes besides a cube, such as a triangular, pentagon, hexagon and so forth.
The terminology used is as shown here. PRAW 3 is a three sided figure. PRAW 4 is the same as CRAW (cubic right angle weave). PRAW 5 is a five sided figure or pentagon. PRAW 6 creates a six sided shape or hexagon. The shape you prefer can go up to any number of sides you choose.
The materials used in this tutorial are very minimal.
- 11/0 Seed Beads
- 4 mm Firepolish Beads
- Size 10 or smaller beading needle
- 1 yd. Beading Thread
I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. Thank you for your time and have a great day.