Many people believe that there are only two ways to insure 4 straight sides in beadwork, looming and square stitch. This is simply not true. Here is another way that will be a great stitch to add to your repertoire. This stitch is called Mosaic Stitch and since the holes will be going opposite of the previously mentioned techniques you will find this to a very useful stitch, indeed. What I present here is a new way of working that will produce not only straighter rows but a more stable result overall and the end result will be a fabulous bracelet which includes an interesting spiky flower, as well.
Additional Supplies Required: Small sharp scissors, Bee's wax, Clear nail polish, Chain nose pliers