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I am a self taught beader. I became interested in beading about 2 years ago when I wanted to spice up a shirt. So I went out and ...
Pull the thread through the needle so the thread is double layered. Tie the ends of the thread in a knot.
Pull the needle through the fabric so the knot is on the side you do not want to bead. Put a couple of stitches into the fabric to ...
You can add between 1-3 beads at a time. Adding fewer beads allows for more accuracy in the designs you make. Adding too many beads is much faster ...
Push the beads down to the bottom of the thread so they are touching the fabric. You may want to pull the thread taught to make sure the ...
Lay the beads down so all the beads are against the fabric. Take the needle and push the beads back so they start where the thread comes up ...
Thread the needle back through the fabric so it comes out right behind the last bead in the previous set of beads sewn to the fabric. Pull the ...
Follow the same instructions for Stringing the Beads and Sewing the Beads.
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