Hi Nina.....This project uses everything we’ve learned about all the laces this year. On the sides of the project we have ABC (Bronson Spot) units progressing in a diagonal line just like a twill, they are single unit 1212, 1313, 1414 etc. . In the centre there are blocks...made up of units threaded over and over...that is what makes the block. The first one is threaded like Swedish Lace 121214, 121214 over and over....the centre one is threaded like Bronson Lace which is threaded 131312, 131312 and then we have another block of A which is the Swedish Lace Block.....so yes there are 3 blocks in the centre but they aren’t all in the same place. When we weave the first and third block something else is happening in the middle...and when we weave the middle one something different is happening where A and C are.
It is good to remember that there is a difference between a unit and a block. A unit is a set of threads that makes somes in the cloth....if you think back to the previous episode 131312 is a unit of Bronsons Lace...we can thread it over and over and it then becomes an A Block...made up of A units. If we thread 141412 over and over it becomes a B Block. We use units to make a block. We are going to be studying a lot more of this next year. I hope this helps.