Netting and RAW Be Jeweled Set

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Netting and RAW Be Jeweled Set Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of Netting and Right Angle Weave (RAW )will be helpful but not necessary.
  • Knowledge of peyote stitch (even and/or odd count) and ladder stitch will be needed for the clasp but I have included some instruction.
  • Basic bead weaving skills such as adding additional thread to your work and ending thread will be necessary.

Pattern Description:

Easy to make Be Jeweled Bracelet and Earrings set! This pattern uses fire polish beads, crystals, pearls and seed beads and includes step by step photos and written instructions to help you every step of the way. If you have any questions about this, please contact me and I will be happy to walk you through anything you need help with.
Feel free to sell your creations and I would love to see what combinations you come up with!

Tutorial not to be resold.


Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Bracelet 7 inches long and 1/2 inches wide, Earrings 2 inches long


  • 42 of 4MM bi-cone crystal or glass beads, Emerald
  • 41 of 3MM Czech Fire Polished beads, Emerald
  • 60 of 4MM pearl glass beads or similar, Steel or Dark Grey
  • 24 of 3MM pearl glass beads or similar, White
  • 6 grams size 11/0 Miyuki Round Silver-Lined Smokey Grey Transparent #21
  • 3 grams size 15/0 Miyuki Round, Silver-Lined Crystal #1
  • 2 Earrings components
  • Beading mat, size 12 beading needle, thread and wax or Fire Line

You Will Also Need:

  • What you will need for the peyote toggle clasp: 5 grams size 11/0 Miyuki Round Silver-Lined Smokey Grey Transparent #21, 1 gram size 15/0 Miyuki Round, S/L Crystal #1

About Designer

About Designer

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Bead weaving is my baby but I enjoy crocheting and cross stitching. I started beading almost 2 years ago and have been crocheting and cross stitching off and on for the last 10 years. I love keeping my hands busy and creating!

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