10. Work a fourth round of herringbone in color C with the following change: Pick up three beads instead of two, sew down through the next two beads on the previous round, the E added in step 9, and up the next two beads on the previous round (FIGURE 6, a–b). Repeat to complete the round. Secure the tails and trim.
11. Glue the Ultrasuede to the back of the locket. Secure a new thread and exit a bead in the herringbone round on the back. Work a round of herringbone using color E beads.
12. Work another round of herringbone using only one E per stitch. Exit the first E added in this step.
13. Pick up an E and sew through the next E. Repeat to complete the round. If too much thread shows between the beads, pick up a B between each E in the round.
14. To add a pin back, you must construct a strip of flat, even count peyote across the back of the locket (FIGURE 7, a–b). Sew the pin back to the peyote strip.