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March 2008 Beaded 3-D Carrot Project

You can find a variety of Free Arts and Craft Project here, including beaded project and other project. This month, I would like to feature the instruction on a beaded 3-D carrot charm made with Japanese glass beads using the right weave technique.

Beaded Hexagon Bracelet

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

Beaded 3-D Carrot

What you need:
1)  Size 11/0 glass beads (orange and green)
2)  Beading string (0.25mm)  

Always pull tight on every step!

Step 1:
  • Cut one piece of string around 12 to 15 centimeter long.

    Add three orange beads at the middle of the string, crisscross the other end of the thread through the last added bead (shown where both arrows exits from).
Step 2:
  • Continue to:

    Add two new orange beads on the left (blue) string, crisscross the other (black) string through the last added bead (shown where both arrows exits from).
Step 3:
  • Continue to:

    Add three new orange beads on the left (black) string, crisscross the other (blue) string through the last added bead (shown where the blue arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the black string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through one orange bead marked A from step 1.
Step 4:
  • Continue to:

    Add two new orange beads on the top (blue) string, crisscross the other (black) string through the last added bead (shown where the black arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the blue string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through one orange bead marked A from step 1.
Step 5:
  • Continue to:

    Add two new orange beads on the bottom (black) string, crisscross the other (blue) string through the last added bead (shown where the blue arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the black string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through two orange beads marked A and B from step 2 and 3.
Step 6:
  • Continue to:

    Add one new orange bead on the bottom (blue) string, crisscross the other (black) string through the last added bead (shown where both arrows exits from). 
Step 7:
  • Continue to:

    Add three new orange beads on the bottom (black) string, crisscross the other (blue) string through the last added bead (shown where the blue arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the black string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through one orange bead marked A from step 3.
Step 8:
  • Continue to:

    Add two new orange beads on the top (blue) string, crisscross the other (black) string through the last added bead (shown where the black arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the blue string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through one orange bead marked A from step 4.
Step 9:
  • Continue to:

    Add two new orange beads on the top (black) string, crisscross the other (blue) string through the last added bead (shown where the blue arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the black string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through two orange beads marked A and B from step 5 and 7 .
Step 10:
  • Continue to:

    Add one new orange bead on the bottom (blue) string, crisscross the other (black) string through the last added bead (shown where the black arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the blue string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through one orange bead marked A from step 7.
Step 11:
  • Continue to:

    Add one new orange bead on the top (blue) string, crisscross the other (black) string through the last added bead (shown where the blue arrow exits from). 
    Continue to pass the blue string (the one you just used to add new beads on) through two orange beads marked A and B from step 8 and 9.
Step 12:
  • Continue from the thread left (working with one thread):

    Add five green beads, pass the thread back through the second bead added (where you see the black thread crisscrossed), add one last bead and pass the thread back through the orange bead you started off with.
  • Repeat for the other side of the thread and make the other side of the carrot leaf.
  • Pass the threads until they meet head to head and tie off.

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