The capital letters above are the bead key identifiers, which are referenced throughout the instructions.
Attach A between 2H (Fig. 1).
Bead 10 beads in double needle right-angle weave between H on each side of the bead (Fig. 2). Go through all beads one more time (Fig. 2, 2nd row).
Bring the thread through H, marked on figure 2 * and work the top side of the bead. Work one row in circular peyote stitch, using K and one row, using J (Fig. 3, 1st, 2nd row). Go through the last bead row for several times and pull the thread taut. Tie off the thread and bring the needle to any H bead, marked on figure 2 *.
Work the back side in the same way (Fig. 3, 3rd and 4th row). Go through the last row for several times, pulling the thread taut.
Work all A in the same way.
Embroider three beaded A beads. Tie off the thread in any H of double needle right-angle weave chain, marked on figure 2 *. Work the top row in F (Fig. 4). Tie off the thread tail and bring it to any H bead of the chain, marked on figure 2 *. Work the bottom row in I, J, E (Fig. 5).
Connect three embroidered A, using figure 6 as a guide. You will get the central part of the necklace.
Attach 5A to each side of the central part of the necklace (Fig. 7).
Work 2 loops in I on the edge A beads and attach a clasp, using the metal rings (Pic. 1).
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