Digital Beading Magazine Issue 12 - Page 138

3 4 Step 3 Step 6 PU six (C) beads and one 4mm jump ring. The (C) beads should fit inside the jump ring. Take your needle back through the second hole of the last (A) bead added. PU one (B) bead, PNT the next (A) bead and continue until you have reached the end of the row (Diagram 3). PU one D and three C beads. PNT the second hole of the (D) bead. Then PNT the second hole of the next (A) bead, so that the (D) bead positions itself diagonally (Diagram 6). Step 4 PU six (C) beads and one 4mm jump ring. Take needle through the very first (A) bead. Then follow the thread path through all beads a second time to reinforce the stitch. Exit through the first hole of the very first (A) bead (Diagram 4) 5 Step 5 PU one (D) and three (C) beads. PNT the second hole of the (D) bead. Then PNT the second hole of the next (A) bead, so that the (D) bead positions itself diagonally on top of the bracelet (Diagram 5). 6