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  String on a stopper bead, leaving about 10" of thread to make your loop, or put on your clasp afterwards. Start by stringing 9 sets of 1A, (accent color, inthis case black), 2M, (main color, white), for a total of 27 beads. Go back up through the 3rd A bead from the bottom. It should look like this picture. Now add 2 M, 1 A, 2 M, skip next accent, and go up through the next accent bead. Keep your thread tension snug, but not so tight that it will buckle.
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Continue in this pattern to top, go through first accent bead you strung. Now we'll make our turn. At this point I like to turn my work so I'm always going up. Keep your thread tension snug. String on 2 main color, 1 accent, 2 main color beads, and go through the next accent on the previous row. Continue adding 2 main, 1 accent, 2 main, skipping next accent from the row before, and going through the next, to end.
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Net Necklace To begin, string on a stopper bead, leaving a 6 to 8" tail for adding a clasp later. Then add 1 accent bead (in this case red), 5 Main color beads, 1 Accent bead, 3 Main color beads, and 3 Accent beads. Then go back up through the last black bead you strung on. This will form a picot at the end. You may have to coax the three beads into place by hand. (See next picture to see how they should look.) Now string on 2 Main color beads, 1 Accent, 5 Main color, and go up through the first Accent bead so that your thread is coming out of the top like in the picture.
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For the turn at the top, string on 7 Main, 1 Accent, and 5 Main. Then go down through the middle Accent bead from the row before. Now we'll make this loop larger than the last one. String on 8 Main, and 3 Accent beads, and go back up through the last Main to form the picot String on 7 Main, 1 Accent, and 5 Main color beads, and go up through the top Accent bead from the row before.
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