When netting sheep from a series of animal pattern beaded we will use the parallel weaving.
Sheep. Animal pattern beaded 1 - 2nd series: strung on a wire in middle of four beads, the ends of the wire to pass from opposite sides towards each other using beads located at the edges, so that the two extreme beads were over two average. 3rd row: one of the free ends of wire to string the two beads and the other end threaded through the beads in the opposite direction. The ends of the wire should come out of these two beads in various directions. 4th row: on each of the ends of the wire to string one busine. 5th row: one wire end to string three beads and pass the other end of the wire in the opposite direction (similar to the 3rd row). 6th row: on the one end of the wire to string six beads. Then the free end of the thread through the beads in the opposite direction.
7 - 27th rows: repeat 6th row in a manner similar to the sixth row.
The number of beads must be as follows:
7-Oh - six beads;
8-Oh - twelve beads;
9th - eight beads;
10th - fifteen beads;
11th - ten beads;
12th - sixteen beads;
13th - fourteen beads;
14th sixteen of the beads;
15th - twelve beads;
16th sixteen beads;
17th - twelve beads;
18th, eighteen beads;
19th - twelve beads;
20th - eighteen beads;
21 - twelve beads;
22-Oh - sixteen beads;
23rd - twelve beads;
24th - seventeen beads;
25th - eleven beads;
26-Oh - twelve beads;
27th - eleven beads.
28th row: on the left wire end to string three beads on the right - seven, thread the right end through the outermost third bead on the left wire.
29 - 35th series: strung one busine in each row, the ends of the wire pass toward each other.
36 - 42nd rows: similar to the 35-th row, each of them should be two beads.
43 - 48th rows: similar to the previous rows, in each row should be three beads.
Sheep. Animal pattern beaded49 - 59 first series to weave the same way, and the number of beads in each row should be the following:
49th twelve beads;
50th - nine beads;
51 fourteen beads;
52-Oh - eight beads;
53rd twelve beads;
54th - five beads;
55th - eight beads;
56-Oh - four beads;
57th - five beads;
58-Oh - two beads;
The 59th - three beads.
Be aware that in the 51st row of the fourth (if strung on the left wire end) and the eleventh bead should be black - these will be the eyes of the sheep, and in the 59th row, first and third beads should be black. After you run the 59-th row, the free ends of wire to tighten into a knot. Next, you must perform paws. Hind feet.
1 - 8th rows: strung on about dies, threading its ends towards each other, three beads;
9th row: four beads;
10th row: five beads.
Then one end of the wire to pass entirely through the sixth row, and the other end through the Central five beads of the tenth row. Thus, on the other side of the torso sheep get two free end of the wire, they need to use for weaving the second hind legs. To be done in the same way as the previous one, only in reverse order. After the tenth execution of a number of loose wire ends close.
The front paws.
1 - 2nd series: strung three beads on the middle of the wire, the two ends of which are threaded toward each other through two of them.
3 - 6th rows: similar to thread wire through two beads in each row.
7 - 10th rows: to perform as well as 3 - 6th rows, the number of beads is increased to three. The resulting free ends of the wire to pass through the Central ten beads 18-th row and the Central six beads 22-th row. The resulting free ends of the wire on the left side of the torso are used to weave the left front paw. At the end of the 10-th row, the free ends should be closed. Sheep from the series "animals of the beads" is ready.
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