Bucks point ground is the ground most commonly used in Bucks Point lace. It is worked with two pairs at a time. You start by working a half stitch. Then, twist the left-hand pair twice, and twist the right-hand pair twice. Put up a pin between the two pairs.
Put differently: cross, twist, twist, twist and then put up a pin between the two pairs.
Note that the pin is not enclosed.
This video demonstrates how to work Bucks point ground.
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