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 Increasing Brick Stitch Instruction   

The beading instruction on how to increase brick stitch - adding beads to make a brick stitch piece wider, there are several ways to increase on your beading work.

Increasing on Brick Stitch

Notes before you start: For beginners, please visit Flat Brick Stitch Instruction before you attempt this.

Two types of increasing on a brick stitch beading are featured here.

Increasing of beads on the outside edge.

At the end of the row you want to increase, add 1 bead (blue) and string the line back through bead before and back again through the new added bead.
Continue adding one bead at a time using the same technique, until you have reach the number of beads you wanted to add.
Then begin the next row as per usual until you reach the end of the row, you can add beads using the same technique again.
 
Increasing beads on the middle.
At the middle of the row you want to add beads, you add one bead after another on the same hanging string from the previous row (instead of one bead to one hanging string).
For the next row continue beading as usual but you will realize that you have to bead one more column.
Continue adding beads as and when you feel the need to.

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