The Center Beaded Section

I. ill read a 6mm bead onto Cords #5 & 6. They will come out of the bottom of the bead and will be used as the ACs for Row 5 on both sides of the earring (see Figure 5 and f>)

2. Row 5 - Use Cd #5 (coming out of the bottom of the bead) as your AC for the left half of the earring and bring it diagonally out to the left Make a DHH around the AC with Cd # 4. the next cord to the left (see Figure The angle of Row 5 should be the mirror image of Rows 2 I (see Figure 6).

3. Take Cd #3 and thread on (3) 11° seed beads, (1)8° bead, and (3) 11° seed beads. The count is approximate; adjust the number of beads ir necessary. Attach Cord #3 to the AC with a DHH (see Figure b).

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4. Variation I : Take Cords & 2 and make a HHch (Half Hitch Chain) of 10 HHs. Again, the number is approximate; adjust if necessary. Attach Cords #1 & 2 to the AC with DHHs (see Figure 6). Refer to the Basic Knots chapter for details of a HHch.

Variation 2 : Do not add beads to Cord #2 , knot it onto the AC. Add beads to Cord #1. For example, (3) 11 beads, (1) 8° bead, (1) 4mm bead, (1)8 bead, (3) 11 beads. The bead count is approximate, adjust if necessary. Knot it onto the AC (see Figure 7).

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