|Intermediate design; interpreted design. Contributed by Rali D.|
|Materials: 31.5 cm circum mari, wrapped in dark blue
Thread: DMC Cotton Perle No. 8,
Pearl Cotton #8 in dark yellow
Marking thread is same as stitching thread
Prepare a 10-Combination Division
|In C10 there are 12 pentagons. In each pentagon there are 5
diamonds. In each diamond there are two right triangles – left
oriented and right oriented (fig. to left).
|Once you have located them begin to stitch uzumaki kagari as follows: in left oriented triangles stitch counterclockwise direction and in right oriented triangles stitch clockwise direction (fig. to left). Always begin from the center of the pentagon against the right angle.|
|Pay extra attention on counting of threads (and rounds) in each triangle (fig. 3). For better result they must be equal on each triangle. For instance, on 30 cm. mari, with cotton pearl No. 8, there can be 4 to 5 rounds, depending on density of stitching.|
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