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How to Create the Nepal Chain Stitch

How to Create the Tubular Chenille Stitch

Pass through the first bead and the last bead twice, pulling tight to create a circle. Pass through again, exiting the opposite side of the circle than the tail.

How to Create the Square Stitch

How to Use Suncatcher Connectors

How to Use Freeform Mountings

How to Create Tubular Brick Stitch

Pass through the first bead then back through the last bead of the length of ladder stitch. Pull taut to create a closed circle; this is row 1.Tip: For more stability during stitching, place the circle of seed beads around a base, such as a pencil...

How to Create the Dutch Spiral Stitch

Pick up the following pattern of seed beads:One A beadOne B beadOne A beadOne C beadOne D beadPass through all the beads again. Pull thread tight to create a circle and secure with a surgeon's knot.

How to Use the Foredom® Duplex Adapter and Hammer

How to Create the Tubular Netting Stitch

Pass through the first two beads added in Step 4 to move up into the next row.

How to Create the Circular Brick Stitch

Leaving a 4-inch tail, pass through a round bead twice, looping the thread around the outside of the bead. Pull the thread taut to secure the bead on the thread.

How to Create the Double St. Petersburg Stitch

How to Create the St. Petersburg Stitch

How to Create the Chevron Stitch

Pass back through the first color A seed bead strung in Step 3. Pull the thread tight to create a curved triangle.

How to Create the Cubic Right Angle Weave

Pick up four beads. Pull the thread tight to create circle A, then tie a surgeon's knot. Trim the tail to approximately 1/2 inch length.Pass the needle through an adjacent bead. This is now bead A1, as noted on the diagram.

How to Create the African Helix Stitch

Pass through all the beads again and pull tightly into a circle. Using the working thread and the tail create a knot to secure the circle and complete the first row.Pass through the adjacent A bead so the tail and the working thread are on opposite...

How to Make Your Own Clay Cutters

Use metal sheet cutter shears to cut a strip of metal sheet approximately 10mm wide and the length equaling the circumference of the template.Tip: It may be necessary to cut additional strips of metal sheet to equal the circumference of the...

How to Create a Spiral Chainmaille Weave

Pass a silver jumpring through a closed copper jumpring, then close.

How to Create a Roundmaille Weave

Pass one silver jumpring through two copper jumprings, then close. Repeat to create a 2-1 chain that is five sets of rings in length.Pass a silver ring through the first and last sets of copper rings of the chain, then close.

How to Create a Jens Pind Linkage Chainmaille Weave

Pass a piece of scrap wire or a twist tie through a closed jumpring then twist to secure.

How to Create a Half Persian 3-in-1 Chainmaille Weave

Pass a jumpring through two closed rings, then close. Position the rings as shown.
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