Beadwoven Treasure-ENCIRCLED BEAUTY

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Beadwoven Treasure-ENCIRCLED BEAUTY Pattern

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Jewelry: Beadwoven Treasure-ENCIRCLED BEAUTY
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Bracelet

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic beading skills are needed (how to end the thread), the rest is shown on detailed photos

Pattern Description:

This lesson shows how to develop beautiful; beadwoven round elements that can be used for earrings; as pendants. Joining 4-6 of them you will receive original bracelet. Perfect project to make use of leftover beads. Just look through your stash; select 4mm or smaller round gems; glass; seed beads; Miyuki Delicas and cubes; charlottes and go on!

Together with detailed instructions for each kind of beadwork, you will get tips to make them even more elegant and eye-catching.

Tutorial includes 18 pages and 19 steps with lots of detailed photos.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • up to your decision :-) The beaded element can be as small as 0.5-1.0" and as large you want

Materials:

  • Quantity of beads required for that project depends on what you want to achieve but I recommend:
  • At least one color of size 11 seed beads 1-3g
  • At least one color of Miyuki Delicas or Toho Treasures size 11 or 10; 1-3g " it looks nicely if subsequent rows differ by shape or color
  • size 15 seed beads or charlottes; 1-3g for finishing the project
  • 6-10mm round beads or metal frames or ear hoops " depend on your preferences pair of earwires
  • beading thread of your choice
  • size 10 beading needle
  • scissors
  • YOU CAN USE ANY LEFTOVER BEADS, IT IS PERFECT PROJECT TO USE THEM UP.

About Designer

About Designer

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Welcome in Extrano's world - world of beadwoven treasures that can be made by everyone! Tiny gemstones, sterling silver and thread are my favourites materials.

I live in Poland, Europe, where beadweaving is not so popular as in United States. I hope it will change soon! My two daughters are already beadaholiques, my newborn son - who knows? He is learning at his mother's knees.

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