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Old 05-18-2017, 01:30 PM   #8
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Such valuable explanations are worth to be saved for the future in redundant ways as a collection of guides in an practical sequence.

I assume that the thread you use is not endless. Or what length of thread has been found to be practical?

Beginning the second rows, the thread is first tied to the buckskin and then hooked to or through a last bead of a row of the first lanes?

I looks as if you have doubled the thread. On beads size ten Nymo D goes at least four times through the hole of the bead. Sometimes not.

If the thread of the first row breaks you'll have a little problem.
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