Step 3: And Again

Bring needle under bottom of next bead on thread. Pull it up through. It should wind up next to the first bead, as shown in this diagram.
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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