The cross stitch is a common stitch found in
patterns. It's the easiest type of crossed stitch to
work on the loom. You simply switch the wraps of two
adjacent pegs. The direction you switch them depends
upon whether it twists left or right.
Cross stitches are used as part of miniature cables,
decorative patterns and backgrounds.
See crossed stitches
to determine which stitch is front and which
is back in the twist.
Pick up the wrap that will be front and
hold with your knitting tool.
Move the wrap that will be on bottom to the
peg of the wrap you are holding with your
Place the wrap you are holding with your
knitting tool on the now empty peg.