Shooting Stars Beadwoven Bracelet

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Shooting Stars Beadwoven Bracelet Pattern

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Jewelry: Shooting Stars Beadwoven Bracelet
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Bracelet

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • A knowledge of the basics of beadweaving is nice, but not necessary. The pattern is easy to follow and the illustrations are very thorough.

Pattern Description:

Inspired by the gorgeous night sky, each individual star is hand woven and then connected together tip to tip in a bracelet that creates the appearance of shooting stars. This 17-page PDF tutorial includes full-color illustrations and pictures to guide you in creating your own version of this bracelet. These instructions include the materials list to create the olivine version of this bracelet.The components can also be used to create smaller pieces such as earrings or pendants.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The final project can be made to fit whatever size or the individual stars can be created to use as earrings

Materials:

  • 10g Metallic Gold Toho Japanese Round Seed Beads Size 11
  • 3g Copper Lined Aqua Czech Seed Beads Size 11
  • 25 Olivine Faceted Czech Teardrops 5x7mm (drilled top to bottom)
  • 7 Olivine Faceted Czech Rounds 3mm

You Will Also Need:

  • Nymo or Fireline Beading Thread
  • Size 12 Beading needle
  • scissors

About Designer

About Designer

LaBellaJoya on craftsy.com

My name is Marcie Abney Carroll and I started creating jewelry in 2007. A simple project to repair a simple beaded ring turned into a love of all things beadwoven and beaded in general. I've recently turned my attention toward metal and can be found most nights hammering away in my garage. If you'd like to learn more about me, please stop by my blog: http://labellajoya.blogspot.com.

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