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The ladder-stitched cube beads in this bracelet form a sturdy foundation row that helps you begin herringbone stitch. The row is then repeated along the length of the bracelet for visual and structural support. The result is a striking design with a supple feel. Cubed Herringbone Lorraine C. Menard www.beadworkmagazine.com BEADWORK online Step 1: Using 6' of thread and leaving a 12" tail, ladder-stitch 8 cubes to form the foun- dation row (Figure 1). Weave back through the beads twice so the beadwork is tight. Step 2: String 1 size 11°, 2 fire-polished beads, and 1 size 11°. Pass down through the next bead of the foundation row and then up through the one next to it. Repeat to the end of the row, ending with the thread exiting the bottom of the first cube. Pass under the thread between the second and third cubes, then back up through the first cube and the last two beads added (Fig- ure 2). Step 3:
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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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