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[4] Continue adding As and Bs across the rows as in step 3, skipping two stacks of Bs in the back row, and four stacks of As in the front row as you add stitches (f-g).

[5] Sew up through the last stack of Bs in the back row. Pick up two Bs, and sew down through the next stack of Bs (g-h). Cross over to the front row, and sew up through rhe first open stack of As (h-i). Work two stitches using As (i-j). Cross over to the back row, and sew up through the next open stack of Bs. Pick up two Bs, and sew down through rhe next stack of Bs (j-k).

[6] Continue adding As and Bs across the row as in step 5, alternating two Bs in the back row and four As in the front row (k-l). Step up through the first srack of three As (l-m).

[7] Continue in crossover Ndebele in the established pattern, bur only sew through one A or B in the previous rows (figure 4). Stitch rhe desired number of rows (see Designer's Note), ending and adding thread (Basics) as needed.To snug up the bcadwork, trace the thread path of the last few rows without adding any beads.

[8] End the working thread and tail.

Peyote flaps

I'he peyote flaps are arrachcd to the back of rhe base, and wrap around the ends of the base to the front. You'll stitch anchor beads to rhe back of the

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