Swarovski jewelry "River of pearls"

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Swarovski jewelry "River of pearls" Pattern

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Jewelry: Swarovski jewelry 'River of pearls'
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Bracelet

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

In this project you will learn how to create a beautiful, delicate bracelet and a matching pair of earrings. With a little bit of sparkle from the pink crystals and the sweetness of the white pearls, this jewelry set can be a perfect gift for a bride to be!

Following this tutorial you will end up with a 17 cm bracelet, but I will teach you how to customize it to suite your wrist.

The project is based on Right Angle Weave stitch (with two needles) and it includes detailed, close-up pictures of every step. You can always zoom in whenever needed and you will not loose the picture quality.


This tutorial includes 66 easy to follow steps, with words and color pictures, sometimes accompanied by arrows for better understanding.

Enjoy!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Bracelet size is 17 cm, but you will learn how to customize it to suite your wrist.

Materials:

  • 4mm Swarovski White pearls - 36
  • 6mm Swarovski Light rose crystals - 12
  • 4mm Swarovski Light rose crystals - 10
  • 20mm sterling silver spiral tubes - 6
  • 2mm crimp beads - 4
  • Wire protectors - 4
  • Supplemax/Fireline/Illusion cord 0.25/0.20 mm - 4m
  • Clasp - one
  • 4mm jump ring - one
  • Earwires - one pair
  • Scissors or wire cutters
  • Chain nose pliers
  • Glue
  • Ruler

About Designer

About Designer

CrystalHandmade on craftsy.com
by CrystalHandmade
Bucharest, Romania
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I started making jewellery as a personal ambition. I wanted so badly a bracelet which I wasn't able to find anywhere, so I decided to make it myself. This was back in 2008. In March 2009 I have discovered Swarovski crystals and I couldn't let them go since then. Soon, the semiprecious beads have also become a part of this family.

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