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Net Earrings Page 2


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Weave thread back through to the other side, and down through the firepolish on the right hand side, add one seed bead, go through the bottom 3 beads, add a seed bead between that row of seed beads and the next, repeat, repeat, add one more seed bead on the opposite side.






Add 28 seed beads, pass needle and thread through the next of the seed beads you added on the previous row, 28 seed beads, pass through the next seed bead, (4 loops of fringe total), on the final one, instead of going back through the end seed bead, go towards the left in the seed bead next to it, bring through the middle seed bead from the bottom of the foundation row loop.





Repeat fringing, this time going through the center beads in the foundation row. (3 loop fringes total) Weave in all ends and knot securely.






Add a head pin with a fire polish to connect to the earring findings.






Okay, I tried something different with this article, by putting the previous steps in gray and white with the current step in color, did it make it easier to understand? Email me and let me know.

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