311 19 001; 8/0; the mixed variant (03050 white, 93110 orange, 93190 red, 33210 blue and 23420 purple); 60x
A long eye pin; a rubber earring stop
A thin nylon thread in the color tone; a thin needle; scissors; needle-nose pliers; snipping pliers
String 6x RO1 with 2x R8 between them. Tie them off.
String 2x RO2 above the RO1 in a triangle and 1x R between them. String 1x RO2 above the adjacent RO1 and pass the thread through the internal side RO2.
Repeat Step 2 another 2 times. This will establish a circle with internal spokes.
String by 1x RO1 above each RO1 around the circumference of the circle.
String 1x R between each protruding RO1.
String 1x RO1 above each RO1.
Connect the newly strung RO1.
String 1x RO2 above each RO1.
Add 2x R between the strung RO2.
Create an internal circle with spokes out of RO3 and R. Use the procedure from Steps 2 and 3.
String new RO2. Connect them and add 1x R.
String new RO2 and connect them.
String RO3. Connect them and add 1x R.
String new RO3 and connect them.
Put 2x FPB onto the eye pin. Secure the end of the pin with the rubber stop. The lower FPB will be hidden inside the tree.
Alternately string 1x R and 2x R above the RO3. Connect them. Insert the pin with the FPB. Tighten. String 1x R above each R and connect them up. You can repeat the connection process. Sew in.
Tighten – move the pin. Shorten the protruding part to about 1 cm. Before snipping, hold the wire above the FPB. Be careful the pin doesn't slip. Grasp the end of the wire between the points of the pliers and twist it around them.