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 Increasing Right Angle Weave Instruction   

The beading instruction on increasing on right angle weave is featured here, also check out the flat right angle weave, tubular right angle weave and how to decrease an right angle weave.  If you are a beginner of right angle weave try out the flat right angle weave first.

Increasing Right Angle Weave

Notes before you start: You experiment with different types of beads like seed beads, bugle etc.  The pictorials are illustrated with spaces between beads for a clearer direction, in the actual beading, there should be no spaces.  You can use a string and needle or Nylon fishing line (0.25mm) without the needle.
Note: If you are a beginner look at Flat Right Angle Weave Instruction first.

Two types of Increasing method is featured here for increasing right angle weave.


Increasing Right Angle Weave on the outside edges:

Step 1: At the end of the row which you want to increase, add 3 more beads and loop the string back through the nearest bead from the previous ring and back through the bottom bead of the new ring as shown.
Now you can start on the next row as per usual.
Step 2: When you reach the end of this row, add 3 more beads and loop the line back through the nearest bead from the previous ring and through the top bead of this new ring. (redline)
Add 2 more beads and loop the line through the nearest bead from the ring beside this new ring (red line) and loop the line back through the bottom bead of the very last row (black line)
Continue the next row or add more beads if necessary.
Increasing Right Angle Weave from within:
Step 1: At the middle of the row you want to increase on, add 3 beads instead of your normal 2 beads and carry on beading normal from next ring onwards.
Continue next row as usual, until you reach the added beads see step 2.
Step 2: You still add 2 beads like normal but notice the two bottom beads hanging from the previous row?  You have to loop two rings instead of one to form a proper increase.
Continue beading as per usual and increase whenever there's a need to using the same method.

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