How to Make an Anglican Rosary

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Step Four

How to Make An Anglican Rosary, Kimberly Winston

To close the circle of the rosary path, bring the needle back down through the

first

cruciform bead strung and through

all the remaining beads

on the rosary’s stem down to the cross or charm. The needle and thread should exit the first seed bead strung in step 1. Pass the needle back through the cross or charm so that both thread tails are exiting the same side of the cross and lying side by side.

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