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3-D Beaded Santa Claus Project

This month's project is a beaded 3 D Santa Claus made with Japanese seed beads using the Right Angle Weave technique (RAW). Great as a Christmas tree ornament or as a jewelry gift. If you stumble upon and page and find that you do not understand the tutorial, that's because this is the second page of the tutorial.

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

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Step 12: Always Remember to pull tight on EVERY STEP.
  • Now that you have the idea, I will be going faster!

    From where you left off at step 11, continue by: (hint: you will be working clockwise and always adding new beads on the left hand line)

    Take the left (blue) line, add 3 white beads, cross the other end through the last added bead. String the (blue) line - pointing to the inside of the piece - loop though 1 white bead beside.

    Take the left (black) line, add 2 white beads, cross the other end through the last added bead. String the (black) line - pointing to the inside of the piece - loop through 1 white bead beside.

    Take the left (blue) line, add 2 red beads, 1 white bead and crisscross the other line through the last added white bead. String the (blue) line - pointing to the inside of the piece - loop through 1 white bead beside.

    Take the left (black) line, add 2 read beads, 1 white bead and crisscross the other line through the last added white bead. String the (black) line - pointing to the inside of the piece - loop through 1 white bead beside.

    Take the left (blue) line, add 2 white beads, cross the other end through the last added bead. String the (blue) line - pointing to the inside of the piece - loop though 1 white bead beside.

    Take the left (black) line, add 2 white beads, cross the other end through the last added bead. String the (black) line - pointing to the inside of the piece - loop through 1 white bead beside.

    Take the left (blue) line, add 3 white beads and crisscross the other line through the last added white bead. String the (blue) line - pointing to the inside of the piece - loop through 1 white bead beside then further loop though 1 more white bead (the very first bead added in this step 12).

    Take the left (black) line, add 2 white beads, cross the other line though the last added bead. String the (black) line through one bead beside - shown where the black arrow is coming out from.
Step 13:
  • Take the bottom (blue) line, add on 3 red beads, cross the other line through the last added red bead.

    *Take the left (black) line after the crisscross, add on 1 red, 1 white, 1 red and cross this same line back through the red bead that you crisscrossed just now (you should have a 4 bead circle if not then you might have crisscrossed into the wrong side of the red bead hole.

    Continue by passing the line pointing inwards (blue) through the 1 white bead beside - shown where the blue arrow is coming out from.

Step 14:
  • Loop the but blue line further through 1 red bead beside the white bead before beginning on this step.

    Take the left (black) line, add 2 red beads, crisscross the other line through the last added bead. Pass the black line further through 2 red beads beside shown where the black arrow is coming out from.
Step 15:
  • Take the left (blue) line, add on 3 red beads, crisscross the other line through the last added bead. continue to pass the blue line through 1 white and 1 red bead beside - shown where the blue arrow is coming out from.

    Take the left (black) line, add on 2 red beads, crisscross the other line through the last added bead. continue to pass the black line through 2 white beads beside - shown where the black arrow is coming out from.
Step 16:
  • Take the top (blue) line, add on 1 red, 1 white and 1 red bead, loop the same line back through the red bead where you started off with in this step. 
Step 17:
  • Take the top (blue) line, add 2 red beads, crisscross the other line through the last added bead. Loop the blue line (pointing towards the inside of the piece) through 2 white beads and 1 red bead beside.

    Take the right (black) line, add 2 red beads, crisscross the other line through the last added bead.
Step 18:
  • Take the right (blue) line, add 1 red, 1 green and 1 red bead, crisscross the other end through the last added bead. Pass the blue thread (the thread pointing towards the inside of the piece) through 1 red bead beside.

    Take the bottom (black) line, add on 1 green, 1 red, 2 black, 1 red beads and pass the same line back through the first green bead you just added.

    Add one red bead on any one of the line and crisscross the other end through this added bead. 
    Pass the blue line (pointing outwards) back through 1 green bead (shown where the blue arrow is coming out from)
    Pass the black line (pointing inwards) through 1 red bead to the top.
Step 8:
  • Now you should clearly see the front and back of the Santa.
    The pictorial shows the back of the Santa.
    The light colored beads represents the old beads.
    The bright colored ones are those that you will be adding in this step.

    Continue from where you left off:

    Add 1 red bead on any one of the line, crisscross the other line through this bead. Pass the top thread through the top red bead beside.
    *Pass the bottom string through the first green bead you added on step 18.

    Add 1 red bead on any one of the line, crisscross the other line through this bead. Pass the top thread through the top red bead beside.
    Take the bottom string, add on 1 green and 1 red bead, cross the other line through the last added red bead. Pass the top thread through the top red bead beside.

    Take the bottom line, add 1 green, 1 red, 2 black, 1 red and pass the same line through the green bead that you just added - in such a way that it's still coming out pointing to the left.

    Add 1 red bead and crisscross both lines through this bead.
Step 9:
  • The pictorial shows the Front of the Santa.
    The light colored beads represents the old beads.
    The bright colored ones are those that you will be adding in this step.

    Continue from where you left off:

    When you flip the Santa to the front, you should see the threads hanging out from the right corner red bead.

    Pass the bottom blue string through the green bead beside.
    Pass the top black string through the top red bead beside.

    Add 1 red bead to crisscross both lines.

    Pass the top blue line through the top red bead beside.
    Pass the bottom black line through the bottom green and red bead beside.

    Tie off where the two arrow meets.

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