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When I started making strands, I didn’t know the "correct" way of doing it, so I lined them up sideways end-to-end (bottom row in the picture). This makes for an exceptionally thick and rich garland; typically, marigolds are strung the longways.
Once you have your marigolds, work out your color pattern.