|Steps in Making a flat Brick pattern by Moonchild|
|1.Whenever I set up to do a new pattern , I count my rows across and up the side of the pattern , so I will know exactly how many beads are used.
For example if the patterns is 80 beads across and 100 rows high,I know I am going to need 800 beads for the pattern.
|2.Thread the needle, making as small a knot as you can.|
|3.Pick up the first 2 beads of the pattern.Pull the beads down to the knot and bring your needle throught the knot to form a loop.|
|4.Bring the needle back up through the second bead and pull the thread tight so the beads are lying flat (side by side)|
|5 & 6 : Pick up your next (3rd) bead and bring your needle up through your last bead (second) * You need to go through your 3rd bead again ,it should look like # 6 when you pull your thread thight.
Repeat steps 4 to 6 untill the end of the row.
|7. When you start your next row, pick up 2 beads and bring your needle through the loop between the first and second bead of your last row.|
|8.Bring the needle buck up through the second bead you just picked up and pull thread tight ( be carefull bot to break) when you finish your beads will lay flat and one will be over lapped.|
|9. Repeat steps 4 to 8 untill the end of your pattern and finishe as desired.|