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June 2008 Teapot Charm Project. Page 2

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 tea pot charm, made with Japanese glass seed beads using the Right Angle Weave (RAW) Beading technique. This is continued from page 1 of the tutorial.

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Step 21:
  • Continue to:

    Add two gold beads on the bottom (black) string and crisscross the other end of the string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the black string, the one you used to add new beads on, through two old beads from step 14 and 15 (marked A and B).
Step 22:
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    Add one gold bead on the right (red) line, crisscross the left (black) line through the last bead added.
    Continue to pass the red string (the one you used to add new bead on) through two old beads from step 16 and 17 (marked A and B).
Step 23:
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    Add one beads on the top (black) string and crisscross the bottom (red) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the black string (the one you used to add new beads on) through three old beads from step 18, 19 and 20 (marked A, B and C).
    Continue to cross the other (red) line through the bead marked C too.
Step 24:
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    Add one bead on one side of the string and crisscross the other end through this new added bead. (shown where both arrows exit from)
Step 25:
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    Pass the top (black) line through the two old beads marked A and B.
    Pass the bottom (red) line through the two old beads marked A and B.
    Tie off and pass the remaining strings back through the piece.
Step 26:
  • Cut a piece of wire around 9 cm long:

    Add five or six beads on middle of the wire, pass one end of the (red) wire down through one bead marked A and around the four beads on the side / center of the tea pot.
    Pass the other end of the wire through the bead marked A and around the four beads on the other side / center of the tea pot.
Step 27:
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    Add two beads on both of the wire and one last bead to crisscross both wires through.

    Pass the wires back through the first two beads you added on this step and tie off.

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