Step 10: Tie Off the Loop

Bring needle down through next bead. Then bring it under a thread connecting any two nearby beads. Run around and through loop to make a small knot; pull it tight, but not too hard. It should disappear into your weaving. Run the needle through more beads at an angle to the bottom; pull out and cut this thread.
Beautiful work... and your illustrations are first class!
Thank you so much!
lovely!<br>but how long is a yard?
Ah, great question! It's a bit more than a meter (metre), but a meter will do just fine.
thank you!<br><br>i have been searching and searching for a new hobby and since i saw this i am suddenly addicted with breadweaving! how can you do two even, straight rows?
1 yard is 36&quot; a meter is i think 39&quot;
Oh right, it's a bit LESS than a meter.
oooh ok
thanks shazni
You can use Ladder Stitch, which is like the first row I showed here over and over, or use a loom. <a href="http://www.firemountaingems.com/beading_howtos/beading_projects.asp?docid=935J&doccat=tutorials&sact=search" rel="nofollow">Here's an example of a tutoria</a>l.
thank you susanrm, i will post pics! :)
wow, beautifully illustrated
Thank you! It took a lot of work, that's for sure. :-)
Great tutorial susanrm! I loved the humming bird! <br>Sunshiine
Thank you, Sunshiine!

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