Step 1. (Figure 1) Lay in your needle.
Step 2. (Figure 2) Load your needle . Wrap the thread clockwise around the needle. Push the wraps down the needle so that they are next to each other.
Step 3. (Figure 3) Hold the thread on the needle. Pull the needle through the wraps.
Step 4. Once the threads are off the needle pull towards B. (Figure 4) As you tighten the Bullion 'pet' or roll the Bullion gently to even it out. (Figure 5)
Step 5. (Figure 6) Once the Bullion is pulled and straightened take a look at the bit of thread between the Bullion and the fabric at Point B. If there is thread there pull and roll the Bullion a bit more until there is no thread in-between.
Step 6. If the Bullion is narrower on one side you can gently pull the Bullion back up and then down again to even it out. Okay! So now you are ready to take your needle down at B and tie the thread off in the back. (Figure 7) But first - make sure that your Bullion is exactly as you want it. There is no going back!