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When I was first trying to learn the peyote stitch, I drove myself nuts
trying to count the rows. Then I finally came up with a way to start off
my project and not loose track of my beads. I would string the required
amount of beads onto my line. Lets use 6 as an examlpe. Then I
would take a piece of scrap wire and weave it through every other bead.
This raised up the beads I would be threading through on the next (3rd)
row. Usually I only needed to do this for the starting row, but you can
continue until it gets big enough for you to get a good grip in the
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