Experiments with the rice stitch

Here are some of my experiments on the rice stitch. I call them my italicized rice stitches. This is how I thought to myself, does every stitch on the rice stitch need to cross the one it stitches over at ninety degrees? No, I am free to play. May opposite stitches the in the second layer be a different sizes? More areas to explore.

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No crossing at 90 degree angles in the second layer. And the second photo is only showing what happens when moving from more open to denser stitches.

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Differing sizes of some opposing stitches in the second layer. Also differing sizes in the base stitches, but not uncommon and also used in yesterdays samples.

Below I tried just what ever came to mind.

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There is a lot to challenge my thinking about this stitch.


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