2: Cross the ends of the
over right to make the first
loop. It will be long and skinny.
Make a counter-clockwise
loop to the right
of the crossed area, using the left
half of the cord.
3: Make a clockwise
loop with the right
half of the cord. Position it on the
Pass the end under
to form the crossing point.
Cross ends right
over left, in the center of the
Triangle Earrings design.
4: Bring the right
end through the right
below, which isunder
Bring the end up to the top, and pass it
underneath both sides of the first loop,
near the bead.
5: Pass the left
end through the left
loop, from the top, which is over
Weave it through the first loop at the
top, so it goes over
- under - over. The segment
you pass under is the right half of the
6: Tighten the knot by removing
the slack from each half of the cord.
The Triangle Earrings can be any size, but they
look best if they are 1 to 2 inches long.
To prevent the
Celtic Triangle from being distorted, wrap
the ends around the two segments just
below the bead (loop 1).
7: Pass both ends back
through the bead, heading upward, towards
Slide the bead down slightly and apply
glue to the area where the cord is
attached to the ring. Move the bead
up, so the glue is inside
it. When the glue is dry, cut off
the extra material flush with the top of
steps 1 - 7 to make a second earring.
both earrings to make sure the second one is the
same size as the first Triangle Earring.
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