We will now work around the loop we created in an anti-clockwise direction, picking up 6 beads.
After each bead picked up go through the Next But One bead of Row 1 & 2
Very Important: When you have added the last bead in row, your needle and thread will be extending from the last bead you picked up in loop. Continue up into the first bead in this row, ready to start the next row as shown.
In Round Peyote you will do this at the end of every row to bring your thread up a level. Inexperienced beaders will go wrong at this point as they can't remember which beads they picked up in the previous row or they don't step up into the first bead of row.
Always make sure that you are aware where the first bead in the row is and that your thread is extending from it before you start the next row (Every row in Round Peyote will bring you back to the first bead, if it doesn't you have gone wrong).