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Slightly Twisted #3731

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Slightly Twisted #3731
Slightly Twisted #3731
Slightly Twisted #3731
Slightly Twisted #3731
Slightly Twisted #3731

Pattern Description:

This simple beading pattern will easily teach you how to make this beautiful "Slightly Twisted" herringbone necklace or bracelet! With over 50 high resolution photos and easy to follow step by step directions, you'll have the perfect new beading project to dive into! Happy beading!


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  • 6lb FireLine beading thread
  • #12 long beading needle
  • Seed beads - I personally like to use delica seed beads with this project because I've found that it creates a smooth snake-like beaded tube. The bracelet in the step-by-step directions was made with larger 8/0 delica seed beads so it is easier for you to see in the photos, but I typically make this project using 11/0 seed beads for a smoother and more fluid. It all depends on what kind of look you are going for and how long you want to work on it - the larger the bead, the faster it will be to stitch up.
  • Clasp - lobster claw and jump ring, toggle, magnet, etc.
  • Flush cutter