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January 2007 Beaded Ball Necklace Project

You can find a variety of Free Arts and Craft Project here, including beaded project and other project. This month's project is a beaded ball necklace made with Japanese seed beads using the Right Angle Weave technique (RAW). Great as a fashion accessory or as a jewelry gift. This is page 2 of the full tutorial.

The pictorials are illustrated with spaces between beads for a clearer direction, in the actual beading, there should be no spaces.

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Step 10: Always Remember to pull tight on EVERY STEP.

Center Ball Piece:

  • Cut a piece of thread around a meter long.
    Add 8 beads at the middle of the string and crisscross the other end of the thread through the last added bead, pull tight and make sure the piece is at the center of the string.
Step 11:
  • Continue to work anticlockwise:

    Add 4 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10 and further through one more bead (the very first bead you added on this step).
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining bead from step 10. Continue to pass the left (red) string through the adjoining bead (shown where the red arrow is coming out of).
Step 12:
  • Continue to work anticlockwise:

    Add 4 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 11.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 11.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 11.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 11.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 11.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 11.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 11 and further through one more bead (the very first bead added on this step).
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next adjoining beads from this step (shown where the red arrow is coming out of).
Step 13:
  • Continue to work anticlockwise:

    Add 4 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 12.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 12.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 12.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 12.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 12.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 12.
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from step 12 and further through one more bead (the very first bead added on this step).
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining bead from this step (shown where the red arrow is coming out of).
  • Repeat this step 2 more times to form two more rounds of beaded circles.
Step 14:
  • After you have finished repeating step 13 two more times.

    Continue to bead inwards (to seal off the ball).
    Add 3 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from the previous bead circle.
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from the previous bead circle.
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from the previous bead circle.
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from the previous bead circle.
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from the previous bead circle.
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from the previous bead circle.
    Add 2 beads on the right hand string, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string that you just used to add beads through the next two adjoining beads from the previous bead circle and further through one bead (the very first bead you added on this step).
    Add 1 bead, crisscross other string through last added bead, pass the string in opposite direction through the center 8 bead circle until they meet, tie off and string the thread back through the piece a bit before cutting away excess.
Step 15:
  • Now that you have all the balls finished, it's time to string them up.

    Take one end of the jewelry clasps, tie on a string (around half a meter or what ever length you wish your necklace to be).
    Add on one white small ball, one purple small ball, one medium white ball, one medium purple ball, the large white ball, one medium purple ball, one white medium ball, one purple small ball and one white small ball.
    Tie the the end of the string to the other end of the jewelry clasps and you are done.

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