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October 2007 Beaded Nemo Clown Fish Project Page 2

You can find a variety of Free Arts and Craft Project here, including beaded project and other project. This month's project is a 3-D beaded Clown Fish, just like the character Nemo the Ocellaris Clownfish in the movie Finding Nemo or more professionally know as Amphiprion ocellaris made with Japanese seed beads using the Right Angle Weave technique (RAW). Great as a fashion accessory charm or as a jewelry gift. This is a continual from page 1 of the tutorial.

If you found this tutorial page first, please go back to Page 1 of the tutorial to start off.

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

Always Remember to pull tight on EVERY STEP.

Step 17:
  • Continue to:

    Add three white beads on the top (green) string, crisscross the bottom (blue) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the green string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the two bottom orange beads (Marked 1 and 2) from step 10 and 11 (shown where the green arrow is coming out from).
Step 18:
  • Continue to:

    Add one white and one orange bead on the top (blue) string, crisscross the bottom (green) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the blue string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the two bottom right orange beads (Marked 1 and 2) from step 11 and 12 (shown where the blue arrow is coming out from).
Step 19:
  • Continue to:

    Add two white beads on the left (green) string, crisscross the right (blue) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the green string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the two top orange beads (Marked 1 and 2) from step 12 and 13 (shown where the green arrow is coming out from).
Step 20:
  • Continue to:

    Add two white beads on the bottom (blue) string, crisscross the top (green) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the blue string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the three top white beads (Marked 1, 2 and 3) from step 13, 14 and 15 (shown where the blue arrow is coming out from).
Step 21:
  • Continue to:

    Add two white beads on the bottom (green) string, crisscross the top (blue) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the green string (the one you used to add new beads on) through one top white bead (Marked 1) from step 15 (shown where the green arrow is coming out from).
  • This is the last small bead circle of the third anticlockwise beading round.
Step 22:
  • This is the start of a new layer of bead circles: Continue to:

    Add four orange beads on the bottom right (blue) string, crisscross the top left (green) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the blue string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the two left white beads (Marked 1 and 2) from step 16 and 17 (shown where the blue arrow is coming out from).
Step 23:
  • Continue to:

    Add three orange beads on the top (green) string, crisscross the bottom (blue) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the green string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the three white beads (Marked 1, 2 and 3) from step 17, 18 and 19 (shown where the green arrow is coming out from).
Step 24:
  • Continue to:

    Add two orange beads on the top (blue) string, crisscross the bottom (green) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the blue string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the four top right beads (Marked 1, 2, 3 and 4) from step 19, 20 and 21 (shown where the blue arrow is coming out from).
Step 25:
  • Continue to:

    Add one orange bead on the bottom (green) string, crisscross the top (blue) string through the last added bead. Continue to pass the green string (the one you used to add new beads on) through top orange bead (Marked 1) from step 22 (shown where the green arrow is coming out from).
  • This is the last small bead circle of the fourth anticlockwise beading round.
Step 26:
  • This is the start of a new layer of bead circles: Continue to:

    Add two orange beads on the bottom (blue) string, crisscross the top (green) string through the last added bead.
    Continue to pass the blue string (the one you used to add new beads on) through the top orange bead (Marked 1) from step 22 (shown where the blue arrow is coming out from).

Go to Page 3 to continue the Beaded Nemo Clown Fish Tutorial

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