To make the second daisy: Repeat step 8, but sew through the B at the tip of the bottom right wing so that both threads are exiting opposite sides of this bead (Figure 7, a-b).
 With one needle, pick up two As. With the other needle, pick up one A, and cross through the last A picked up with the other needle (b-c and bb-cc). With each needle, retrace the thread path of this stitch.
 To make the next butterfly, repeat steps 3-7 using the right-hand needle and reversing the “hand” directionals (i.e., “top left wing” becomes “top right wing”). Repeat steps 8 and 9 using the left-hand needle and reversing the “hand” directionals, and then repeat step 10 as normal.
 Alternate working steps 3-10 as written and then working step 11 until you have a total of eight butterflies.
 With the right-hand needle, work a daisy as in step 8, but do not sew through a wing tip. With the left-hand needle, pick up seven As, and cross through the last A picked up with the right-hand needle.
 With each needle, pick up four As, cross through the toggle bar, sew back through the four As picked up with the other needle, and cross through the last A added in step 13. This attachment of the toggle bar will look identical to the attachment of the toggle ring. Retrace the thread path through the clasp connection a few times, and end the threads.