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How to make frills and ruffles using methods 1 and 2

How Make The Ruffles Beads

Tassel with frills coiling around bead-covered balls and tiny flowers at the bottom of the fringe (Ann Mockford).

Most of the netting done in this book will be worked horizontally, to hold its shape well for tassel skirts.

A net. with its distinct diamond pattern, is usually stitched using an odd number of beads with a central, or "spot," bead of a different color. However, netting worked using an even number of beads is fine, counting the two central beads as if they were one.

This gives more flexibility when you are trying to make a skirt an exact shape—not too full and not too narrow Net can be worked using a bugle instead of a few beads, or with a larger spot bead, or a bead of a different shape, such as a cube or triangle.

Netting can also be worked on a single line of beads, or on the bottom row of peyote stitch using the down beads, or on brick stitch I usually work netting horizontally around a rod.

Tassel with frills coiling around bead-covered balls and tiny flowers at the bottom of the fringe (Ann Mockford).

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How to do netting on: 1. a string of beads 2. the edge of peyote stitch 3. the edge of brick stitch

Method

For a 5-bead net. with the needle coming out of a bead, pick up 2 beads, a spot bead and 2 more beads Then, leaving a gap. take the needle through the next available bead Pick up 5 beads again and. leaving a similar gap. go through the next bead.

When you reach the end of every round, make sure you take the bead forward through 3 beads to start the next round.

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