This is it. All other drawings, diagrams, videos, gone. Except for Barbara's suggestion on the fine cloth beneath. Still holding on to that and will give it a try too. But this one absolutely makes sense to me. My problem with over one is not only ugly twisted bumps of a stitch, it's the floss disappearing behind the linen weave. Very hard to explain, but seeing this method in a diagram sunk in. You must cross over two threads on the back. Bingo. But looking at my linen and trying to do it, just confused the heck out of me... because .... I stitch from bottom to top, left to right. That creates a straight line of floss on the back that doesn't cross over. Well you can't do that. Left to right is done top to bottom, opposite of mine. Of course. By going over two threads on the back and following this sequence, my floss cannot slip behind. The ugly twisted bumps will stand proudly. You can click on these photos, then right click to print if you want them for a reference. I asked Joanie F's permission and since there is no credit printed on them, we don't know where they came from.
And one other thing - the grapes. Still sucking down sour grapes but I made a similar dish to the big grape salad recipe and it's just as good. Use one single serve Oikos vanilla Triple Zero Greek yogurt ( you can make two or three servings from this), adding about 1Tbsp brown sugar (to your taste), and sprinkling with pecans (or walnuts), add the grapes and it tastes just as good as the larger higher fat recipe. It's the brown sugar that gives that great flavor to the grapes. We added bananas too. Next time, apples or coconut flakes. Wonderful! And easy for small or single servings.
Glad to say that I let go of my Basic Cloth packages to someone who loves that fabric.
The wind today is violent and I just heard something hit the house, probably another limb. My husband is on the golf course. I doubt he will make any pars, and the only birdies will be whizzing by in the wind. Better duck!