I’ve posted before on all of the lacing methods. And one of the things I keep hearing over and over is how some people have problems lacing petals the traditional way. Some people just can’t seem to do it. They post in the French beading facebook group complaining about how much they hate it. Some people just can’t lace the rows together with wire because the rows are already closed up. Everybody’s fingers work differently and that’s okay. One of the suggestions I made was a modified lace-as-you-go method. In this method, you wrap the lacing wire around the row before making the wrap. This has helped many drastically.
Take a look at this video and see how this simple change can help you become more successful when making French beaded flowers.