Rows 2

1 will refer to the 10 vertical lengths of cord as #1 10, starling from left to right (see Figure 3).

I. Row 2 - Bring the AC back to the left so that it rests on top of the vertical cords. Starting with Cord #10 and working from right to left, make a row of 10 DHHs (Double Half Hitches) (see Figure 3).

TIP - .Sometimes when making a row of DHHs they tend to "stray" from the previous row and an unwanted gap is created between the rows. To avoid this, make sure to pull the anchor cord in an upward diagonal direction while pulling the knotting cord in the opposite downward diagonal direction while tightening each DHH (see Figure 4). It may be a little awkward on this row because of the sewing pins so you will have to maneuver around them.

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2. Row 3 - Bring the AC back to the right over the vertical cords, and starting with Cd III and working from left to right, make a row of DHHs.

3. Rows 4 - 8 - Continue with 5 more horizontal rows of DHHs.

4. Row 9 - Working from left to right, group Cds #1 & 2 together and make a VOHH (Vertical Double Half 1 iltch) around both of them with the Runner Cord Continue across the row, making VDHHs around Cds & I. #5 & 6, #7 & 8, and M & 10, for a total of 5 VDHH- There will be small gaps in between each VDHH. don't crowd them (see Figure 5).

Part 3 - Variation I - Star Pattern

1. Untie the beginning SLK and thread an embroidery needle onto the loose tail.

2. Flip the earring so that the back is facing you and pass the needle through the 3rd opening from the left in the area between rows 1 and 2. (It's tiny I know, but it's there!) Pull through (see Figure 6).

3. Flip the earring over to the front and find the 3rd opening from the left in the area between rows 6 and 7. Sew the Runner cord through, pull ^nug and remove the cord from the needle (see Figure 6).

4. Take the other tail of AC from the bottom row and thread onto the needle (see Figure 7).

5. Flip the earring to the back and pass the needle through the 3rd opening from the left in between rows 1 and 2. Pull snug (see Figure 7).

6. Flip the earring to the front and sew through the 3rd opening from the left in the area between rows 6 and 7. This should form an even "X" on the front of the earring (see Figure 8).

7. Flip the earring to the back and sew through the 2nd opening from the right in the area between rows 4 and 5 (see FigUre 8).

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Apply glue or nail polish.

Apply glue or nail polish.

8. Flip earring to the front and sew through the 2nd opening from the left in the same row passing the Runner horizontally over the center of the "X"(see Figure 9).

9. Flip earring to back and find the center point in the area between rows 7 and 8. Sew through to the front (see Figure 10).

10. Flip earring to the front and sew through center point in the area between rows 1 and 2. Pull through to back (see Figure 10).

11. Tie the 2 tails of the Runner together by looping one over the other twice for a flat knot Don't worry about securing this knot for now as you will be gluing a lining over it and that will secure it.

See Part 6 for Variations 2 and 3.

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