1.Put a crossi ng on the mi ddl e of each edge.
2.Connect thebi t s.
3.Stress the over and under crossi ngs.
4.Enlarge thet hr eads.
Then, you have to deci de, f or each crossi ng, whi ch i s the over thread and whi ch i s the under thread. Y ou coul d pi ck up an arbi trary crossi ng, deci de and f ol l ow i t al ong the thread, al ternati vel y over and under. That may work f or smal l desi gns but f or bi gger ones, you'l l end up wi th hal f the desi gn one way, conf l i cti ng wi th the other hal f the other way... Happi l y, math provi des you wi th a saf e and secure method: Copy thi s l i ttl e drawi ng i n the corner of a sheet and tear it off. It is your little guide to figure out your over/under's consistently.
the square lattice, the triangular lattice, or its dual, the hexagonal, or honey-comb lattice. But they are bori ng. Y ou have to di sturb a bi t thi s regural i ty by di sabl i ng some crossi ngs. I t can be done i n two ways:
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