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Russian Spiral with Bugle Beads Material list – 28” long necklace: 45 grams - #3 bugle beads 14 grams – 11/0 Czech seed beads Fireline, Nymo size D, or other suitable beading thread #11 or #12 needle beeswax or thread conditioner scissors needle threader file (to smooth rough edges of bugles) Use 9 beads, three of them bugles and six of them seed beads to make a circle of beads. String a stop bead (green bead in the diagram below), then 2 seed beads (illustrated as the red beads), one bugle (yellow bead in the diagram), 2 seed beads, one bugle, 2 seed beads, one bugle. Go through all the beads again skipping the stop bead and exiting the first seed bead (marked with the number 1 in the figure below). The
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Unformatted text preview: second illustration in the graphic below shows the double thread between the beads. * Pick up a bugle and two seed beads and go through the first seed bead (marked with a 4 in the figure below) after the next bugle in the round. You are putting the bugle you are stringing over a seed bead, the next seed bead over a bugle, and the last seed bead strung over the first seed bead after the bugle. Repeat from * until you have the length you want. The picture below is a 27 necklace. Example: The necklace below used crystal bugle beads and hematite glass seed beads:...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course ARTS 121 taught by Professor Dr.d during the Spring '11 term at Academy of Art University.

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