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Single Needle Right Angle Weave (RAW): Increasing Stitches Within a Row

This page is a continuation of our Single Needle Right Angle Weave technique tutorial.

There are four sections to this tutorial: Making a base row - Starting a new row - Increasing Stitches - Decreasing Stitches

Overview

There are two places to increase a stitch using the right angle weave: within a row, and along the edge. When increasing along the edge, you can increase at the beginning of a row, or at the end of a row. Increase within a row when you want to hide the increase within the pattern.

Increasing within a row

1. Where you need to increase the number of stitches within a row, add three beads to the thread instead of two, and weave two of them together as vertical beads.
  
2. In the next row, weave each of the two vertical beads independently. This will add the new stitch in in the middle of the row.
  
 Continue with this technique   > >  Increasing stitches along a row edge    Decreasing Stitches  


Do you have questions about this technique? Ask them here!


Troubleshooting  > >  Single Needle RAW Problems and Their Solutions  

Variations  > >  Variations with the Right Angle Weave  

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