The original plan for today's post was Reverse Basketweave, a great glass stitch. After all, It is the month of glass. However, I felt guilty I already shared Reverse Basketweave in a post last year. So, here's where guilt works...and you benefit. Here's a link to the original post about Reverse Basketweave. Summary: it's great for glass. Please use it.
And here is how I compensated for my original plan...a bonus glass stitch. I named it the Square Stitch. It should be obvious why I did so.
The coverage is more substantial than it appears. It works best in a medium sized window. The next two diagrams are variations of this stitch. Each offers an increasingly open perspective.
This variation includes boxes that do not share any sides. It's good for a medium to large glass areas, such as a jar full of candy.
The last example skips a full row between squares.
These stitch diagrams, along with other #whimsicalwednesday and #smallspacesunday stitch diagrams, can also be found on www.pinterest.com/whimsicalstitch/whimsicalwednesday.
If you like what you see on this blog, want to learn some very creative decorative stitches, and how to put them all together, whimsicalstitch.com sells stitch guides for seasonal Melissa Shirley designs. 20 guides are currently available and more are in the pipeline.