Cutting and re-tatting? Forget about it: I haven't got enough thread to tat the row again, so scissors aren't appropriate here, I needed a scalpel...
I loaded a new shuttle (a wonderful gift from a wonderful generous tatter) with thread and beads and started CTM, attaching it to previous round, where it is pointed by an arrow in the picture.
Started the chain: I hid the end number 1 inside the first 4-5 ds of the chain, then joined to previous chain and went on. I left the end number 2 to be hidden at the end with a needle.
To hide the end number 4 - that was really short! - I used an auxiliary thread, very thin, and passed it doubled through some beads with the help of a needle. I used it as though it was an auxiliary thread in the magic loop method to hide ends.
Ends numbered 2, 4 and 5 have been hidden with the help of a needle.
Coming soon: the finished necklace!
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