new jewlery (Printed) - To start pick up ten blue beads Tie...

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To start, pick up ten blue beads. Tie a square knot to form a circle. Thread your needle through the first bead in the direction your thread is going. This is semi-important because forcing your thread to go backwards can leave a little loop behind. It's always good to go with the flow unless you have a good reason not to. Pick up a yellow bead to start your second row. As I mentioned, I used two rows of each color before going on to a new color. In the diagram I used a second color for the second row in order to make it easier to explain. Thread your needle through the back of the blue bead your thread is coming out of and continue through the next two blue beads in the base row. Pick up another yellow bead and repeat four times. Essentially you are adding a yellow bead on top of every other blue bead in the base row. When you add the fifth yellow bead only thread through the first bead following it so that your thread is coming out of the blue bead next to where you added the first yellow bead. Bring your needle up and go
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