Scheme of snowflakes for weaving of beads, step-by-step photos and free patterns of patterns

Scheme of snowflakes for weaving of beads, step-by-step photos and free patterns of patterns

Snowflakes from beads can be wonderfuldecoration of the interior during the winter holidays. They will look organically on the New Year tree. Weaved snow-braided beads can even be used as an ornament for clothes, hair, accessories. Such a decorative element will delight in the cold season and does not melt at plus temperature. Make a snowflake from beads is not so difficult, as it may seem at first glance. Snowflake can look very intricate and interesting, but following a simple scheme with instructions, it will not be difficult to weave it together. In addition, for its production does not require any sophisticated devices. All that you need in the process of weaving a simple and cute snowflakes according to the scheme below is:

  • beads number 11 in two colors (for example, pearl and silver);
  • a hank of a white string or line;
  • a needle that fits under the hole in the beads;
  • scissors.

Before you start, you need to cut the thread lengthapproximately 25 cm, thread it in a needle and tie a knot at one end. In total, there are five rows in our scheme. For convenience in the diagram, each row is indicated by its color:

  • 1st - beige (the initial bead is marked with a red dot).
  • 2nd - green.
  • 3rd - lilac.
  • 4th - blue (in the fourth row there are light C and dark T beads).
  • 5th - red.

Now, if you are ready, we can begin. A simple scheme of snowflakes from beads. Picture №3 1. To create the first row, type twelve beads on the string. To close them in a circle, let's pass the needle through the initial bead and then through the remaining ones. We deduce a needle from the first row through a bead, with which we began to string. A simple scheme of snowflakes from beads. Photo # 2 2. Begin the second row. We pass the needle and thread through 3 beads and conduct it through the bead, which goes third in the first row. We select the next three beads and again pass through the beads of the first row, separated by one from the previous (third). We continue so to move in a circle, until we return to the first beads of the first row. We thread the thread through it and the first two beads of the second row and exit at the beginning of the third. In total in the second row you should get 6 triangles. 3. In the next row, each of the six segments contains 5 beads already. String the first five pieces per string and pass the needle through the top of the triangle of the second row. Then repeat the same thing with each of the remaining five vertices. In the end, you need to hold a needle through the first two beads of the current row. A simple scheme of snowflakes from beads. Photo №4 4. Recall that in the fourth row there are beads of light (C) and darker (T). String on the thread one by one, one light, one dark and one light bead and let's thread through the fourth bead of the previous row. Then we collect 3 dark beads and conduct the needle through the second bead of the second five of the third row. Again stringing 1C, 1T, 1C, pass through the fourth bead of the second five, then again three T and so on until the end of this row. At the end, we hold a needle with a thread through the first bead C from the fourth row. A simple scheme of snowflakes from beads. Photo №5 5. The last row will add to our snowflake six elongated beams. It is necessary to type on a string five pieces of beads and to pass a needle through the 2nd bead From the previous row. Next, you need to skip the thread through the fourth and fifth beads that go in the third row and the top of the triangle of the 2nd row, the 6th and 7th third and 3rd bead C of the fourth. We repeat these actions 5 more times. At the end of the series, we fix and cut the thread. Our snowflake is completely ready! A simple scheme of snowflakes from beads. Photo №6

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