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 Flat Right Angle Weave Instruction   

Two different beading techniques on flat right angle weave is featured here, also check out the tubular right angle weave and how to increase and decrease an right angle weave instruction.  This bead weaving technique can be very creative as you can experiment with different combination of bead types and bead numbers.

Flat Right Angle Weave

Notes before you start: You experiment with different types of beads like seed beads, bugle etc.  The pictorials are illustrated with spaces between beads for a clearer direction, in the actual beading, there should be no spaces.  You can use a string and needle or Nylon fishing line (0.25mm) without the needle.

Two different stringing techniques for flat right angle weave are featured:


Flat Right Angle Weave using single thread stringing method

Step 1: String 4 beads and tie them into a ring, leaving one end longer for continued beading.

Continue to add 3 (red color) beads and loop back through the beads and exit at the bead pointing out to your right as shown, continue adding 3 beads each time and loop the same way until you have reached the length you want.


Step 2: Second Row: add 3 beads and string the line through the bottom bead of the first row and back through a left bead of the newly added row.

Continue to add 2 beads at a time and loop back through the beads and exit at the bead pointing out to your left as shown, continue adding 2 beads each time and loop the same way until you reach the end of the row.

Repeat this step for every row until you get the length you wanted.

 

Flat Right Angle Weave using double thread stringing method
Step 1: String 4 beads, making sure both ends of the line is of the same length, cross both lines at the last bead added.
Continue by adding 1 bead on each end of the string,  then adding a third bead and cross both lines through this third bead.
Continue this until you reached the second last bead ring, you add 3 beads on one line and cross the other line through the last added bead so that both line exit from the bottom bead to prepare beading of row 2.

Start row 2 by adding 3 beads on one line (red line) and cross the other line (black line) through the last bead added.


Step 2: Continue beading row 2 by adding 2 beads at a time through the line pointing down and crossing the other line through the last added bead.  Repeat this until you reached the end of the row, remember to end each row like the step above - crossing both lines through the bottom bead.

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