Stitching the Fourth Round of Tubular Peyote for an Amulet Bag
Stitch all of the beads in the fourth round the same way you did for the third. In the example, this is the first round that contains colors other than cream. I began by crossing off all of the beads for the third row (below the leaf). I then counted how many cream beads I needed to stitch until a color bead was again needed. Starting with the outlined first bead in the fourth row of the pattern, there are three cream beads and then an orange bead.
Af timberland uk ter stitching each of those beads individually, I checked the pattern again. I now had two cream beads and one yellow bead to stitch. I stitched them, and then checked the pattern again. Now I had two cream beads and one orange bead to stitch. This counting method is my preferred technique for following pattern charts, because it helps me keep my place efficientl timberland uk y.
After that last orange bead, all of the remaining beads in the round were cream colored. I stitched the next three cream beads, which brought me to the place in the pattern beyond where the colored leaf appears. This big area of cream colored beads will be the back side of the amulet bag.
To make it easier to stitch the cream half of each row, I counted how many cream beads needed to be stitched in every round in order to timber timberland uk land uk stitch back around to the front side of the bag. It was a total of 15 beads (see the second photo from the top, above).
After stitching those 15 cream beads, I checked the pattern again. I saw that I had one more cream bead to stitch before completing the fourth round (see the third photo from the top). I stitched that bead and stepped up in preparation for the fifth round.