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Fringe & Frills Beaded Necklace Tutorial

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Fringe & Frills Beaded Necklace Tutorial
Fringe & Frills Beaded Necklace Tutorial
Fringe & Frills Beaded Necklace Tutorial

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • bead netting
  • working with small seed beads

Pattern Description:

Fringe N Frills Necklace
This one actually started as a ceiling fan pull but did make into a lovely necklace. I love it because it sparkles in so many directions. Shown in 2 color combinations.

Stitch: Netting, fringe and twisted fringe
Beads Used: size 15 japanese seed beads, fire polished and swarovski crystals and a wooden bead.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 2" long plus neck piece

Materials:

  • size 15 Japanese seed beads
  • fire polished beads
  • swarovski crystals
  • wooden bead
  • spear beads or similar drops
  • silamide thread
  • size 12 beading needle

You Will Also Need:

  • beading mat
  • scissors
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$4.00

Intermediate
Jewelry
Necklace
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I have been beading and designing for over 21 years and teaching beading for about 20 years. I especially love Japanese seed beads in size 11 and size 15. Not a delica fan but they have their place ...

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