Jellyroll beads with two Curly Beads on the ends. Normally it is the design in the middle of a jellyroll that is the main attraction. This time it is the technique of rolling the sheet and allowing it to spiral on the ends to create the shape of the bead. I cut clean edges on a sheet of white clay, rolled it, smoothed it a little and then applied the scrap clay slices about halfway up the roll. Gently rolled it again to blend in the slices, cut the one end and then tapered it a little. Because the cording end is tapered, I suggest drilling the holes after baking.