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They are optional; some braiders prefer to use them, while others do not. Vari-Folders® are similar to Braid-Aids®, but accept wider strips, up to 2 . 25 " . I I I I I MARKERS Marking pens can be used to mark where color changes should occur, or to mark the cutting line in the Enclosed End Butt. Although safety pins or dressmaker's tacks can be used for these tasks, it is much quicker to mark the sites with a marking pen. Black or red markers can be used on light-colored fabrics; Sharpie® metallic silver markers are best for marking dark fabrics.
D) The crossover loop is thrown on the left to complete the corner. (E) The appearance of a completed triple corner. 3. Triple Corners: Row 2 starts with a triple corne1� so it is first necessary to review how to make them. Triple corners have 3 loops at the corner, whereas a double corner has only 2 loops. Triple corners are made in much the same way as double corners, just with one extra loop. For a square, 3 loops are thrown on the right before a crossover loop is thrown from the left (RRRL).
Lacing the First 2 Rows: (A) Orient the braid so that the Start is at the 1 2 o'clock location. Load a tapestry needle with a knotted length of lacing thread. Drive the point of the tapestry needle between the folds of the crossover loop to the left of the Start Pin, as drawn, which buries the knot between the folds. (B) Pass the needle back under all layers of the same loop. 6. Sewing the Enclosed End Start: Use the pointed end of the tapestry needle to drive through all 3 strands at the Start Safety Pin very close to the end seams.
300 Classic Blocks for Crochet Projects by Linda P. Schapper