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Foundation row

(1] Cotfefctian 24 III. (61 cm) oí Nyiitej (Technique*. pp. íí -7). and lasten it to .1 jump ring with a lark's head knot ( techniques ami photo a I, leaving a 4<tn.{IOcm} tail.

(2] Thread a wdV on ihr ssxsrkiuft end oí tke N>mo. and pnk up a cob* A and a <\4or B oIuh)« Go through the ring. and ww through the P. (photo ty

gp through the riiy. and Kick throujd* the < fplioto c). Repeal with another C and a Ik

14] Repeat the sequmcr three lime*. Sew through the fir** A strung >n step

(photo Points

[1J Piii upan A anda ft, and work one brick Mitch (Brick Stitch Basks p. 2*. and phOIOti. Vfc»rk the next there Kikhcs ss-jí!» a < . a (I, and a R. Increase vt t<h an A. To increase, ssork

(fee A 0» the sane thread I*idge a% the B (hxi Sticch Basics and photo f. Row A, B, (I. Il, A (photo Q). Row 4: A. II. B. A. Row 5: A. B, A. Row A. A (photo h).

[2] P*k up ibree IV uxd brads and go through the adjaicin A (p^»oto 0 i«> make a picot.

[3] Sew through the As along the cdyx, and g>> thr oagh (lie A «m» the i«Kinditiuo row (pt>oto j). ihroiiRh (he rinf. and hack through (he A.

[4] Repeat *scps 1-3 three more (siiHv. but «ki the lua point,end with siep 2.

Earring finding

(1| Go (hrough the adjacrnt A. and exit the top picot bead (photo K). Pick up tbree I5\ an earring finding, and three IW <h> thn>nj;)i the tup head in ihe opposite direction to ioern a loop (photo 0

Button or boad

Ihe width oi the buitixA sKjnk or inxxoliniic» «n 15S may cause varia tiiMks in tl>c number ivf I5"\ needed to hick the button in plxcc. so adjuM

hf4»k..i«<l irmii the tail. Repeat wnh jnvtdkr tail*.

Crystals and fringe

T«» cmhellith ihc Mart (p. 39, ccnter .nxl right. and figure, above}. Mitch cry%t*K betwvvn the |*»ini\ aad add fringe to any of tlte e\Jp: ofcodm ah wig the K <tom pnint. o

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Once you are comtortnWo stitching the basic stir shape, you can adapt the technique to larger or smaller rings and other styles and size* of bead». A larger version, for exampto. would make o k>v*ty ornament.

three uixsiiKtioo* a* needed. You can .»Iw»uvr a lilt bead with a ungfe hole.

(1) to add a Hat bead, tew through tlie »tit* he». and cxn the wood C im the foundation r«»w (photo in) Pick op three 15'», a»d go through the hole ui the bead. IPick up a 15*. and hxk tfir.**h the hole. ftci up thrcv more I5\ <k> throegh the corresponding C on the oppoute udc of the rw,;(pfio«on>.

(2) 'lo add a huitoo with a «Kink: Start j» in MCp I. I'ick up two or more 15% go through the thank, and pick up two or more ISV <5o through the corresponding < on the oppoute >»de of the nng.

(3) Sew through the foundation headv Em the 1*CO*d C of the next tcqoerve. and repeat step ? (photo O).


(1]l'K-k up a I5\ ami go under the thread that hold* one ol the foundation-row beadt in pbee

(photo p). IVk jp a 15*. and go under the thread of the next ion-row head. Sew a Itead hi each thread ol the foundation row.

(2) Co through the firxt head added, and thro wvaie through ceieral IkkI Mitch head*. Make a half hiuh knot

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Ndebele Herringbone Basics

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1 A Uidrr of vnl or head* i\ often used io licgm Ndek-le herring bone. To nuVe .i ladder. pxk up two heads leasing a 4 in. I Mkwl Mil. Ck» cho»agii both bead\ again in ibe visne dirextiori. Puil ifce cop beail down to the beads arc ode [yy si«3e. The thread exitx ibe bottom of the sccoftd bead

Pick up .i third liead, and go Kick throsfth the xvimkI bead front lop to bottom. Come hick op the third bead

2 Pick up a fourth liead. Go through the third bead from bottom to top and the fourth K*ad from ti>p to bottom fo-d). Continue adding head* until you reach the desired length.

3 lo stabilize rhe Udder. /»g?ag hick thruu&h it.


The teem Ndctockt herringbone b synonymous wfth bo4h Ntiebote and fcoervipbcvw.

Flat Ndcbclc hefrir>gbor>e

Start uuh an ex en uunilvr ol bead» \tixhrd into a ladder. Fur A the ladder, if neve»var>. so war thread exits the end bead pointing up. 1 IVk up two brads, aoil go down through tin* new K*ad cm the ladder (a*t>). Come up through the third bead on the ladder, pxk up tvto heads and go down through the fourth liead <b-c). Repeat across the ladder.

2'lo turn, come h*k up through the «econd-to-last l>ead, and continue through the list be»d added i» the previous nvi* (a-b) Pkk up two t«eads go down thrtmgh the next bead hi that row. and cotne up through the nest l*a<l (b-c). Repeat across the row.

Tubular Ndobelo herringbone To work tubular NdeMc herririj;-bone, »till can start with etther a ring or a ladder. To start with a nrtg, pick up tl»e desired number of hcuds jikI tie thr tail aod working thread together to form a riecle.

To «an with a ladder, use an cwn number ol bead*, and stitch the lirv* head to ihe last head to torm a itng.

Pick up iwx» beads Jnd go through the next brad on the previous row 4the bdder), < ome up through the nrxt hx-ad, and repeat. I here all Ix two stitclict «rim you'se genie down thrombi the fourth bead (X*-b)

You ored t<i work a xtrp up to ly in poutiori to start the iirtt row. lo do this, come up through the bead orxt to the one joxir needle is exiling and the first bead «if the firxl stitch in the row jbosv <0-<J).

Omtinue adding two beads per tfitch and stepping up .k the rod i>! each round.

Increasing in tubular NcJobele herringbone

ÄKe Ndrbele herringbone is usualy worked with .»n even numhrr of beads incictttt .ire made between pair» at beads.

1 Wxk the rsraher ol rmimK indicated betöre the nxrrase. TW d lustra tum shows jn eight-head fing one round (b-c). and a uep up <o-d).

2 In the first increase nmnd. pick tip »»»•jV bead* between purs as indicated in the pattern, and complete the round (a-b). You not stitch thnxvyh these sirjek* bead* aga*ai.

3 In the nest rouivl. pxk up two heads alxwe evety single head aildetl between jv>ir% in the previous round

4 In «he next r»mnd. go through the tut» Iv-uK added as a Ixisr lor the increase columns (a-t>)

5 In suhsesjaent rounds w»*k all the heads m tulxilar Nd;be4e Iser rmgix»ne {a-OJ. The increase rims may initially seem shoner thin thr c*ker r«>unds Ikk mvi'J catch up as yoo svork addiluxul hmwkIs.

Ending and adding thread lb add a new thread, thread a oecsilc on the end you cut from the spool. Insert the needle in the l»ead ssherr the oW thread exits, and go down IcHir lva«K |n-h}. Go op three l»ead* in the adjacent stack <t>-c). (Jo down twv» Ix.ids in the lira uaek (C-d). <*» up ill roe beads in the wxoud Mask (d-O). Go down (otk to Six bead* m the third seack Irim the short tarf off and thread the ncxdle cm the longeud. To et»d a thread. roll«m a sim be path to the one yon used to add the nesv thread, working in ihr oppenite direction.

Stf.di irteixjk) and accent ueaas into a quick Mciöbele hemngbore braoetei iry Dottie Hoeseben

Instant gratification

Make :i «{real-looking hracelrl willi a Incus on accent heads as \ou Icjini tubular \dehele herringbone sliteli. Kven beginners will lind ihr project ras\ and cnjoxahlc.Tn ¡1 with si/e .V- triangle heads for a chunks hangle hracrlel. or streamline il w ill) 8- triangles, as show Ii above.



(1j imcimimic che finnhed IriiRih of yiwr bracelet. Subtr.Ki the Icr^ili uf yaw vL»\p. hvjl beads %jxu<rv, .iihI iflwn Iv.iJv \Xhi.i renuin* i\ IIH-arm kin: ol herringbone jiwll nerd for ihe tiilci. I>iihIc ihn numtvr in Mi CO find ihr length «if each vnle.

(My V ut/20cai bracelet* have two 2>W6.4cm Kdrhele herringbone MTiom.1

(2) W*h 2 yd. i1.8m» of doubled thread. «itch a ladder of fuur triangle brad* in alternating color* I NdcMe llcifTOghooc Katies pp. 42-43. and figure 1I cave a l2-ii.<30ciR)Uil

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Kmiorvr ibc |«n by «itchrng through both K«d* Kvcral time*.

(4) llegin j Tfcrfntighoue tucch by V>lding the head* *o ilic exit* the r<»p of Inud »I. ISck op i wo rnangk*. keeping like color» 4kI(«I roflrthcr. Go dowa 02 and up Ivad 4* (pholob).

(5) Add I wo mote IvJiK, .llfrrmtiiig ihc color* a* N'fore (photo c|. (h> down head 14, up liead > I. and through the head above ic.

(6) Repeat «cp* 4 and S until y mi reach your dexired length. I or M in. of hcrringl?onc. I «itch 2.1 round* of u/e X*» or 17 round* of Note tfctt on the la« «itch of each roand, vow at*aye «cp op (Ndchdc

I lemnghnne ftaicV*. (7J String a *pater. a «nail focal head, a *pacrr.the larpr focal head, a »pacer« a wiall focal head, and a »pacer (figure 2. a-b and ptioto <J) (8) Pkl up two triangle*. Go Kid through the focal bead HXtwin, then go down the uxond triangle n the round

J9J Go Kick up the next trundle, through the ideal Krad «xtiun. ami pack up two tnangk% (c-d).

[10] <*» hatl through the focal bead «vtic«i. down the la« tna^Je, and up tlbe fir« triangle m the rouad

[11] <m> through the focal-brad *oclio«i and exit through a triangle.

[12] Reroute working m hrTniqdbone. making the uvoikI half of the hracdct to match the fir« half. ll>c ladder witch (XdfbcJe ItcrrMgjhonc Iki**« to connect the la« four K-ad*.


[1 ] Go down the adiaceut mangle and up thr center of the tube. Add a vpacvt, a 6mm. \ix 11 • seed head*, one half of the cb*p. .»<1 three I lv*.

[2] Go Kick thr«x«h fir« there 11 **, then tighten to form a kiop [photo 0».

[3] <io thr «High the 6mm, the *f\iccr. and a triangle. I'.xit through the center «i the tube, then jpu hack through tlie I IN to rcinforce the loop. IV three half hivh kn«jt*

< lixhnique*. pp. 6-7).a»d dot then« with glue. When dry, weave in and trim the tail.

[4] At the «her end, thread a needle on the tail, then attach tlie remaining half of the clwp a* More (pho«o 0 •

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