Try to imagine the electrical impulse as a wave. A wave that is flowing in the direction of rotation of the flywheel magnets. The strand needs to begin at one end of the first coil in the rotation and end up at the far end of the last coil in the line regardless of how many coils you have. Now the thing you have a little off is that this is alternating current and flows in both directions, so there is no positive or negative. However, the power will only flow from one end to the other, it will not flow inward to the middle or start in the middle and flow outward. That is why two identically wound coils will cancel each other out.
Start at the left side of one coil and go to the right, then without cutting the wire leave enough slack to space the coils on the stator plate. Then, continue winding the second coil from left to right BUT IN THE OPPOSOTE ROTATION (if you wound one toward you, wind the other away from you) continue until you fill the coils. Remember that you don't want so much that the magnets hit and also so that you can mount the coil to the stator plate. I had to grind a bit of mine because the coil was so fat that it grounded out when I screwed it down tight.