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Ayshe

Ayshe, Copyright by Sabine Lippert, 2010


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Material:
1g japanese Rocailles size 15 (R15)
0,5g japanese Rocailles size 11 (R11)
0,5g japanese Rocailles size 8 (R8)
40 beads 3mm (Bicones, Crystalpearls, frepolished beads) (Bic)
5 round beads 6mm RB
10 dropbeads (drilled from the top to the bottom) 11 x 8 mm
When using dropbeads in other shapes, you have to adjust the number of R15
in the netting
Beadingthread (e.g. Toho one G)
Beadingneedle size 12

Technique:
RAW, Netting
This project requires a propper tension of thread.

Step 1:
Pick up 5R8 and build a circle. Weave another 2 times through the circle to fx
the thread.

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Step 2:
Pick up 1 dropbead (slim> wide), 1Bic, 1RB, 1Bic, 1 dropbead (wide>slim)
and weave another time through the R8 where the thread extended from.
Weave forward, the thread should now extend from the forst dropbead (red
arrow).

Step 3:
Pick up 1Bic, 1RB, 1Bic, 1 drop (wide>slim) and weave through the second R8
in the basic circle (take care to weave in the right direction as shown in the
graphics)

Then weave another time through the last added beads and weave forward
through the third R8 in the basic circle.

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Step 4:
Pick up 1 dropbead (slim>wide), 1Bic, 1RB, 1Bic and weave through the
former dropbead. Then weave forward, the thread should extend from the
dropbead (red arrow).

Step 5:
Pick up 1Bic, 1RB, 1Bic, 1dropbead (wide>slim) and weave in a circle through
the 4th R8 in the basic round (see graphics). Then weave forward through the
last added dropbead, the 5th R8 of the basic circle and the frst dropbead.

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Step 6:
Pick up 1Bic, 1RB, 1Bic and weave through the 5th dropbead, the 5th R8 and
the 1st dropbead. At the end weave forward, the thread should extend behind
a group of Bic, RB, Bic, the equator.

Step 7:
Now you build the second half of the bead, starting from the equator.
Therefor you pick up 1 dropbead (wide>slim), 1R8, 1 dropbead (slim>wide,
weave another time through the 3 beads at the equator and weave forward
through the dropbead.

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Step 8:
Pick up 1R8, 1 dropbead (slim>wide) weave through the next group of 3
beads at the equator (see direction in the graphics), then weave forward along
this circle, through the last added dropbead and through the next group of 3
beads at the equator.

Go on like this until 5 dropbeads and 5 R8 are also on this side of the project.
Then weave another 2 times through the 5 R8 to fx the basic construction.

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Step 9:
We add 5 times 1 R11 between the R8, weave forward to the equator, add 5
times 1R8 between the groups of three beads at the equator, weave forward to
the other side and add 5 times 1 R11 between the R8 at the basic circle. The
thread should extend from a R11.

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Step 10:
Now we build a net on that base. The thread extends from a R11. Pick up
4R15, 1R11, 1Bic, 1R11, 6R15 and weave through the R8 at the equator, then
pick up 6R15, 1R11, 1Bic, 1R11, 4R15 and weave another time through the
R11 at the basic circle. Weave forward, the thread should extend behind the
group of R11, Bic, R11.

Step 11:
Pick up 6R15, weave through the R8 at the equator, pick up 6R15, 1R11, 1Bic,
1R11, 4R15 and weave through the next R11 at the basic circle. Pick up 4R15
and weave another time through the group of R11, Bic, R11, where you
started this circle. Then weave forward, the thread should extend behind the
last added group of 1R11, 1Bic, 1R11.

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Go on with the net likes this. The circles you build are attached ti the R11 at
the base, the group of R11, bic, R11 of the former circle and the R8 at the
equator. After fnishing the frst side, you add the same net on the other side.
Take care to use a propper tension of the thread, to stabilize the whole beaded
bead.

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Step 12:
At the bottom and top you can add a little crown. Therefor you weave
forward, the thread should extend from a R11 at the top. Pick up 2Bic, weave
through the next R11. 5 times until the circle is fnished. Weave forward, the
thread should extend between a pair of Bic.

Pick up 3R15, weave through the next 2 Bic. 5 times until the cricle is fnished.
Repeat these steps on the other side of the bead.

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For the fnishing, you can mount the pendant on a headpin. Add one of the
roundbeads on each side, this completes the shape. A tassel on one side,
fxed with a headpin also looks very nice.

Happy Beading

Yours
Sabine Lippert

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Ayshe, Copyright by Sabine Lippert, 2010