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July 2008 Beaded Penguin Charm Project. Page 5

You can find a variety of Free Arts and Craft Project here, including beaded tutorials and other project. This month's project is a beaded 3-D Penguin charm, made with Japanese glass seed beads and crystal using the Right Angle Weave (RAW) Beading technique. This is continued from page 4 of the tutorial.

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Step 68:
  • Continue to:

    Add three black beads on the bottom (black) string, crisscross the top (red) string through the last bead added. Continue to pass the black string (the one you used to add new beads on) through three old beads from step 59, 60 and 61 (marked A, B and C).
  • Note: the second bead that you added here is where one of the feet will go on.
Step 69:
  • Continue to:

    Add one blue and one white beads on the right (red) string, crisscross the left (black) string through the last bead added. Continue to pass the red string (the one you used to add new beads on) through two old beads from step 61 and 62 (marked A and B).
Step 70:
  • Continue to:

    Add one blue and one white beads on the right (black) string, crisscross the left (red) string through the last bead added. Continue to pass the black string (the one you used to add new beads on) through three old beads from step 62, 63 and 64 (marked A, B and C).
Step 71:
  • Continue to:

    Add two blue beads on the top (red) string, crisscross the bottom (black) string through the last bead added. Continue to pass the red string (the one you used to add new beads on) through three old beads from step 64, 65 and 66 (marked A, B and C).
  • Note: the first bead that you added here is where other feet will go on.
Step 72:
  • Continue to:

    Add two blue beads on the left (black) string, crisscross the right (red) string through the last bead added. Continue to pass the black string (the one you used to add new beads on) through three old beads from step 66, 67 and 68 (marked A, B and C).

Step 73:
  • Continue to:

    Add one blue bead on the left (red) string, crisscross the right (black) string through the last bead added. Continue to pass the red string (the one you used to add new beads on) through four old beads left at the bottom of the penguin (marked A, B, C, D and E) and back through the new bead added.
  • Now you can loop the lines, tie off and loop them further back into the piece for a more secure piece, cut away excess.
Step 74:
  • Wings: (for where to start beading on the wings see step 38 and step 43 of the tutorial on page 3)
  • Cut a new piece of string for each side of the wings, around 7 inches long each.
  • The dark blue beads on the picture represents the two beads on the finished penguin's body where you would pass the new string through to bead the wings.
  • The light green beads represents the new beads added to make the wings (use blue beads in actual beading)
  • Choose one side to begin first.
    Take one new piece of line, pass it through the two old beads (dark blue). 
    Add two blue beads on each side of the string, crisscross the top (red) string through the last bead added on the bottom (black) string (shown where both arrow exits from).
Step 75:
  • Wings: Continue to:

    Add four blue beads on the bottom (red) string and crisscross the other end of the string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the red string, the one you used to add new beads on, through one old bead from step 74 (marked A).
Step 76:
  • Wings: Continue to:

    Add three blue beads on the top (red) string, crisscross the bottom (black) string through the last bead added. Continue to pass the red string (the one you used to add new beads on) through one old bead from step 75 (marked A).
Step 77:
  • Wings: Continue to:

    Add one blue bead on each side of the string and one last bead to crisscross both strings through.
    Loop back and tie off.
  • Repeat step 74 to 77 for the other side of the wing.
Step 78:
  • Legs: (for where to start beading on the legs see step 68 and step 71 of the tutorial)
  • Cut a new piece of string for each side of the wings, around 5 inches long each.
  • The dark blue beads on the picture represents the bead on the finished penguin's body where you would pass the new string through to bead the legs.
  • The light green beads represents the new beads added to make the legs (use blue beads in actual beading)
  • Choose one side to begin first.
    Take one new piece of line, pass it through the one old bead (dark blue). 
    Add one blue bead on each side of the string and one last bead to crisscross both lines through (shown where both arrow exits from).

Step 79:
  • Continue to:

    Add five blue beads on the bottom (black) string and crisscross the other end of the string through the last added bead. 

    Loop and tie off.
  • Repeat the other side of the leg by repeating step 78 and 79.
  • If you want your penguin to be able to stand up by itself, add a little tail at the back using 3 beads RAW.

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