According to Thérèse de Dilmont in the Encyclopedia of Needlework:
This is worked over two horizontal threads and one perpendicular. In a frame, you can work the second row, from right to left, otherwise, you must turn the work round, and bring out your needle behind the last-made stitch.
- Jill Gordon, p18
- Dilmont. Accessed 16 December 2010
- Gordon, Jill Take Up Needlepoint 1994 London, Merehurst ISBN 1-85391-330-8
- Thérèse de Dilmont, Encyclopedia of Needlework, Project Gutenberg archives.
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