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QUESTIONS TO ASK
You want the spacing of your stitches to be even on the whole row. If you leave large gaps between stitches (even if you are going over a bead the spacing should still be even).
Stitching can NEVER be too tight. If the stitching is not done tight enough, it will feel loose very quickly to the client and potentially bulky.
There should only be THREE stitches in-between each bead. OCCASIONALLY you may have to put a fourth. But if that is happening around the entire row, it may be that your beadwork is spaced too far apart, causing you to have to use more stitches. More stitches are not always better, it actually causes more bulk to the row.