this until your bead ladder is the desired length, making any variety of
pattern you desire! To close the circle, pass the ends of thread through the
first bead again. Keep your tension fairly loose, so your ladder won't curl and
so you can reach the thread space between the beads. The small loops of thread
peeking out between each bead are where you will insert your hook to make your
stitches for the lace edge.
all of the fun bead crochet patterns in the Spring 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet! You may find your craft repertoire expanding
this spring, after all!