Shaving brush with handle in the shape of a barrel, beads — 5 g small crimson shiny (No. 11/0), 3 g white larger (n 9/0).
Run the chain with teeth (figure 1A), equal in length to the circumference edge of the handle of the shaving brush. If the diameters of the upper and lower edges of the brush are different, the bead chain must equal the coverage of most of the edges. The number of teeth in the chain must be even. Lock the chain in the ring. Prepare the second of the same ring. Put the bead rings on the handle of the shaving brush on top and bottom. Rings can be too big for a shaving brush, it is not always possible to accurately adjust the length of the chain. It's not terrible — when the grid is ready, the ring will move toward each other and stretched. To ring is not hanging during threading of the mesh, route the cable between the auxiliary thread: use boot it alternately through the teeth of the upper, then the lower ring. Use fishing line or smooth, slippery thread. Connecting both rings throughout the length, strongly pull the thread and tie a knot its ends. Now the rings don't hang around, and firmly attached to the handle of a shaving brush. If they are misaligned, adjust so that the distance between them was the same everywhere.
Niiice mesh with ligament-crosses between the bead rings. Use boot thread alternately through the teeth of the upper and lower rings (figure 16). The number of beads between the upper and lower crosses of the grid should be such that the length of one row of the grid equal to the distance between the rings.
When you are finished nisana mesh, secure the working thread. Auxiliary thread stretched between the rings, cut and remove.