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clairehair
clairehair
1 month, 3 weeks ago by clairehair
@potato2856 You could, but it won't end up looking exactly like the normal pattern. If you visualize the knot pattern of a Brickstitch Alpha vs. a Normal pattern, the Brickstitch Alpha knots are organized like the holes of a honeycomb, and the Normal pattern knots are organized like a diamond grid. I recommend plotting out a Normal pattern design in the BeadTool generator before making the pattern so you don't risk it looking bad.
potato2856
potato2856
1 month, 3 weeks ago by potato2856
The way the knots are oriented looks very similar to normal patterns, does that mean I could make a normal pattern with alpha techniques? Or am I looking to far into it 🤔
_15Nora-
_15Nora-
7 months, 2 weeks ago by _15Nora-
what is that pattern number for the mushrooms?
Noa_crafts
Noa_crafts
8 months ago by Noa_crafts
Thanks! This tutorial really helped! 🙂
clairehair
clairehair
9 months, 3 weeks ago by clairehair
@larice20: From what I've found, not really; although I may not have played around with it enough.
larice20
larice20
9 months, 3 weeks ago by larice20
Does the clean alpha back technique work for this technique?
ELKARS
ELKARS
11 months, 2 weeks ago by ELKARS
@clairehair ok, now i get it! thank you for coming up with this style of bracelet! ❤️
Hi637
Hi637
11 months, 3 weeks ago by Hi637
🙂good tutorial 🙂
clairehair
clairehair
1 year ago by clairehair
@plantname It does work, but you may want to plot it out in the brickstitch generator to make sure it looks good before you try it.
halokiwi
halokiwi
1 year ago by halokiwi
@plantname it should probably work with normal patterns too 🙂
plantname
plantname
1 year ago by plantname
for the pattern would you need to follow that certain brickstitch pattern or could you also use normal patterns grid patterns? they look similar to me but would it work? for the grid normal i mean the part that doesn't show the type of knots thats at the top of the (x) pattern
PugCakePop
PugCakePop
1 year ago by PugCakePop
What pattern is the honeycomb one in the first photo?
Stitchlove
Stitchlove
1 year ago by Stitchlove
@halokiwi Oh thanks!! 👍
minecraft3
minecraft3
1 year ago by minecraft3
oh so you can make better triangles and diagonal lines then with a normal alpha!! thats cool 😍
halokiwi
halokiwi
1 year ago by halokiwi
@Stitchlove it is structurally different. The knots are not right beneath each other but offset.
Xeclipse_2
Xeclipse_2
1 year ago by Xeclipse_2
@clairehair, for this technique, would you want your knots tight or lose because I used this technique once and my knots are a bit on the tighter side and it didn't turn out the prettiest?
Stitchlove
Stitchlove
1 year ago by Stitchlove
I love this and you did a great job explaining how to do it... but I'm confused on why you would make this an stead of any other alpha? Does the back look different? Does it look neater? @clairehair

Thanks!!
clairehair
clairehair
1 year ago by clairehair
@KELKARS It looks like that in the finished bracelet, too
ELKARS
ELKARS
1 year ago by ELKARS
@clairehair yes, but I meant in the finished alpha. ❤️
Xeclipse_2
Xeclipse_2
1 year ago by Xeclipse_2
For this technique, would you want your knots tight or lose because I used this technique once and my knots are a bit on the tighter side and it didn't turn out the prettiest?