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 Tubular Brick Stitch Instruction   

The beading instruction on tubular brick stitch.  Also see the flat brick stitch and circular brick stitch.  The brick stitch is done by attaching new beads to the line / thread that connects the beads from the previous row.

Tubular Brick Stitch

Notes before you start: For beginners, start with size 11 seed beads.  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.

Step 1: String 2 beads and loop the line back through the first (blue) bead then the second (red) bead.
Add one more bead (blue) and loop the line back through the second (red) bead then back through the new bead (blue).
Keep repeating this until you have reached the length (you can measure around the object you want to bead around) you desire.
End off this row by looping the line back through the very first bead using the same method you have been doing.

Tip: You can loop the line twice instead of once for a more stable work.
Step 2: Note: the lines from the first row is represented in green line.
Second Row: add 1 bead and string the line across the line connecting the last two beads of the first row, then string the line back through the same bead.
Pull on the line and make sure the new bead sits on the first row like a new added brick.

Continue by adding one bead at a time and string the line across the next connecting line from the first row - followed by stringing the line back through the new added bead, repeat this until you have reached the end of the row.

For each new row, repeat step 2 by adding 2 beads first then followed by adding one bead at a time.

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