Sometimes it seems the simplest project gives me the most challenges in the illustration. Yesterdays was like that. Illustrating circular Right Angle Weave with different size beads....but I got it done after a few trials and tribulations.
Then it was on to brick stitch with delicas, much simpler
And since there is a matching ring to this piece, there are some economies to be had in the illustrating. Although each of the medallions has a different count so it will need to be redrawn, but at least now I have the process for getting the right spacing. It's quite a bit of math, well for me. When I have needle and thread in hand I can decide that 18 around is a good size, but then to actually draw that 18 around I need to divide 36 into 360, ok, I know that is not hard, but knowing that is what I need to do to get the angles of rotating beads correct, well that is the hard part. If the medallion is 14 around then I need to rotate my guide lines at 12.857 or 360 divided by 28.
I will say that the learning keeps the brain young, or least that is my plan!