Beadwoven treasure - SHADED MEDALLIONS

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Beadwoven treasure - SHADED MEDALLIONS Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Earrings

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic beading skills are needed, the rest is shown on detailed photos

Pattern Description:

Fancy jewelry to be done within one evening! All you need are beads, needle with thread, basic jewelry tools and you're on your way!

This lesson shows how to develop beautiful beaded medallions. Together with detailed step-by-step instructions accompanied by lots of photos you will receive colored scheme to create exactly same earrings as at main photo and plain scheme to design your own version.

You can use medallions for earrings, pendants and as elements of bracelets or necklaces.

Tutorial includes 10 pages and 12 steps with lots of detailed photoes.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 1.25"

Materials:

  • 3 colours of size 15 Japanese Round Seed Beads (less then 1g of each colour). In tutorial the following colours were used:Mettalic Dark Silver, Gunmetal, Silver Lined Transparent Light Ametyst AB, but you can use your own favourite colours (or just colours you already have in your stash).
  • Size 11 Sterling Silver Metal Round Seed Bead that can be exchanged with any seed beads (11 size).
  • Pair of sterling silver earwires
  • Beading thread of your choice
  • Size 10 beading needle
  • Thread conditioner (optional)
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

Extrano on craftsy.com

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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