Attached you will find directions for the right -anlge weave. It comes from the BEAD & BUTTON web page. Attached are photos of my work, displaying numerous ways this stitch can be used. The intent is that we learn from each other.... so... Please feel free to leave comments, questions and/or add photos as well.etc.
I love RAW, my signature necklace is a RAW, done with large pearls. Then the fun starts with the embellishments. I love detail and lots of bling, so I always embellish, and people like it. So, if you looking for a fun and very fast design, RAw, because you can stop when you feel you have done enough. Jusr love RAW, because every necklace and bracelet looks so different, sometimes people cant see that is a RAW base. Thanks for the tutorial, lovely day. X
When you look under the 2 photos for "Sea Urchins", I mention that 1st) It is by Marcia DeCoster, 2nd) look at the cover of BEAD WORK magazine... it is the same pattern, just not gathered at the top and bottom. Read what I wrote ... should should give you a starting place.
The Pyrite cluster is just that: 10 individual pieces bezed and then sewn together using Fireline. My ovjective was to share with all beaders that you just don't have to bezel rivoli crystals, but rather "think out of the box", take that skill you learned and "run with it". In my case, I love natual stones and wanted an earthy, organic" appearance rather than all of the BLING.
I invite you to my photo album, find thes pics and read what I wrote for each.. there is a plethera of information there as well. Hope this helps.