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How to Bead Using Netting Techniques

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Quantity of Items Needed:

Nylon beading thread

Beading needle

Seed beads

Instruction:

1. Cut a 24-inch length of beading thread and thread it onto the beading needle.

2. String 11 beads onto the thread. String another bead onto the thread and insert the needle into the third bead from the needle. Pull the thread tight so that the last bead you added to the thread sits on top of the second to last bead.

3. Add another bead, skip the next bead in the row below and insert the needle into the next bead in the row below. Pull tight so that the new bead sits on top of the third bead in the bottom row. This stitch pattern, called the peyote stitch, creates a row of two beads sitting on top of one another followed by a shared bead in the center all the way across the row. Continue in this pattern until the row is complete.

4. Hold the foundation row so that the tail thread and the working thread are extending to the left with the new row you added situated at the bottom. The working thread will now be used to make the vertical strands of the netting.

5. String 12 beads onto the working thread. Insert you needle into the fourth bead from the needle and pull the thread tight. This will bring the first three beads up against the fourth bead in a upside-down pyramid shape.

6. String seven beads onto the thread to begin the second vertical row of netting. Insert the needle into the top bead of the first row and pull it until it is snug. This creates a closed loop of beads.

7. Pull the needle and thread through the next three beads along the bottom of the peyote stitch hanger row.

8. String four beads onto the thread to begin the third row of vertical netting. Insert the needle into the fifth bead from the top on the previous vertical row to connect the second and third rows together.

9. Add seven beads to the thread and insert the needle into the fourth bead from the needle. Pull tight to create the upside-down pyramid at the bottom of the vertical row.

10. String seven beads onto the thread and then insert the needle into the top bead of the vertical row and pull tight. You have now created four rows and two loops of vertical netting that are attached at the center with a common bead.

11. Continue stringing vertical strands and connecting them with common beads to the previous row in this manner until you have filled up your hanger row.

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