A thin needle; S-lon thread (a nylon thread) in the appropriate shade of the seed beads; scissors; a ribbon corresponding to the approximate height of the ring; a ruler
First use the ribbon to measure the length of the ring's circumference – the girth of your finger.
Choose one of the patterns or create your own. 24x R - 63 mm.
Our choice - pattern no. 2
Row 4 - cut off about 1.50 m of thread (an arm's span). String the number of R according to your finger's circumference and according to the placement in the middle row in the illustration. Move the R about 15 cm from the end of the thread. Start passing the thread through each R in the opposite direction. Visible thread will remain between the R at the sides. Once you have strung the last R connect the line into a circle by passing the thread through the first R. Tie off the thread. Pass the thread through the nearest R next to the knot. The knot will be relatively well hidden in the hole.
Row 5 - now start using the visible thread along the sides of the R. String 2x R at the start of each row and thread the needle under the previous thread at the second gap. String the second R in the upward direction again. Then string the R 1 at a time. Always thread the needle under the thread between the R from the previous row. Thread the needle upwards through the strung R one more time. Sew around the entire circumference in this way. Follow the pattern.
Row 5 – the first R in the row is twisted incorrectly. Thread the needle through it along with the R from the previous row (row 4). You will need to resolve the end of each row in the same way. Alternate the left and right sides from the middle row. Always follow the pattern.
Create row 3.
Create row 6.
Create row 2.
Create row 7.
Create row 1. Sew the end of the thread in among the R. Also pull the second end of the thread into the R.
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