|Intermediate design; one of 8 JTA Shihan exam designs. Personal composition, contributed by Anne W.|
|Materials: 27cm mari wrapped in yellow
Pearl cotton #5 in dark purple, red-orange, dark teal, royal blue
Marking thread in gold metallic, same weight as pearl #5
Prepare an 8-Combination Division using gold metallic
|Add extra marking lines following dotted lines in diagram to
the left. The first layer of the design is maki
kagari/wrapped bands, worked in this order with these
colors: The original simple 4 lines plus equator, worked in
red-orange; the additional C8 lines worked in purple; the extra
marking lines worked in dark teal.
|Note: the stitches for triangles and diamonds are worked
around the wrapped bands - be sure not to pull them tight so as
to compress the bands.
Work triangles (fig 1): Use Uwagake Chidori Kagari. Points 1,3,5 should be as close to the poles as possible. Points 2,4,6 are 1.2 between purple and teal intersections. Work 2 rows blue, 1 gold, 2 blue.
|Work diamonds, in red-orange: Points 1,3 are as close to the poles as possible; points 2, 4 are as close to the triangles as possible. Work 2 rows red-orange, 1 gold, 2 red-orange. Embellish with gold as shown in photo.|
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