Origami Projects : Origami Butterfly String: Part 2

Origami Projects : Origami Butterfly String: Part 2


Cut it in half, about 3 feet long. And I realize
that it’s probably hard to see this invisible line but that’s the whole purpose; to make
make your string look like the models are suspended in air. So taking the end of your
string, this is the order that we are going to string the end. First a crimp bead, then
this is a size 8 seed bead, then your weight bead, and finally, a size 8 seed bead. Taking the end of your string, you are going
to string it back through the weight bead, the seed bead and the crimp, leaving this
last seed bead in the loop. So string it back through the weight bead and the seed bead
and the crimp bead. Pull is down or pull up the loop to the very base and this bottom
seed bead will hold this entire thing in place. Take your pliers and crimp that crimp bead
flat. The crimp bead serves as a knot that keeps things in place. Take your clipper and
clip off the excess line, the excess string. We can continue on the the other side, the
other end of the string. And this is the order that I like to string my strings, a crimp
bead, a stone chips, 3 stone chips.

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