Crown Neckpiece and Bracelet

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Crown Neckpiece and Bracelet Pattern

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Jewelry: Crown Neckpiece and Bracelet
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Necklace

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Data available within my FREE Swarovski Crystal Bracelet Tutorial

Pattern Description:

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Make this elegant neckpiece fit for a coronation and do it just a couple of hours!

This tutorial includes step by step photos in full color and textual descriptions of each step. The photo may look complicated but the neckpiece is easy. Very little experience is required.

The stitch used is single needle right angle weave. An introduction to this stitch is available in my FREE Swarovski Crystal Bracelet Tutorial and that is the only experience you need. You can find this in my Craftsy store.

Some photos show two necklaces to show different lengths and colors. The basic design is one strand.

This tutorial contains everything you need to know to complete this neck piece and bracelet.

This tutorial is 40 pages with over 100 step by step full-color photos with accompanying text descriptions.

Materials:

  • THE CROWN BRACELET
  • 140 - 4 mm bicone beads for a 7 1/2" bracelet. (about 18cm) - 14 of those can be of your accent color (optional)
  • Size 11 or 15 seed beads
  • 15mm button with shank or alternative clasp
  • Nymo size D thread in a coordinating color
  • THE CROWN NECKPIECE
  • 370 - 4mm bicone beads for 16 1/2" (about 42cm). This is about 21 beads per inch - 45 of those can be of your accent color
  • Size 11 or 15 seed beads
  • 15mm button with shank or alternative clasp
  • Nymo size D thread in a coordinating color

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 10 or 12 beading needles
  • A bead mat or anything to keep your beads from rolling away while you work
  • Fine scissors or other thread cutting tool

About Designer

About Designer

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by Pam Preslar
Melbourne, FL
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I love sharing jewelry-making techniques!

I write my tutorials assuming that students have no experience. I leave nothing for you to guess about or try to figure out. They contain lots of pages but are filled with full-color step-by-step photos of every detail.

With each tutorial I want you to be able gain a new ability that you can use for a lifetime!

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