a collection or assortment of netting stitches
Although the basic knot used in netting is always tied the same way, the look of a particular piece of netting can be different from another piece of netting.
Through the use of different size mesh sticks, and through the use of different techniques such as putting more than one knot in a loop or pulling several loops together with one knot, a wide variety of stitches can be created.
With the exception of doily centers, the various edges, decorative stitches, decrease stitches, and increase stitches along with the plain stitch can be used with either circular netting or diamond mesh netting.
I have tried to be careful in entering the instructions for these centers, edges, and stitches; however, sometimes errors occur. If you feel there is an error, or you don’t understand some instructions, please contact me to let me know.
The illustrations for the decorative stitches are drawings I made to remind myself what the stitch patterns looked like. Some of them are not quite accurate, but are the best I have at the moment. I hope soon to have actual samples made, scanned, and included (as I have done for the centers, edges, and other stitches).
If you want the instructions before I get them posted to this page, contact me and I will send them to you.