My Open Heart #3770

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My Open Heart #3770 Pattern


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Jewelry: My Open Heart #3770
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

This detailed beading pattern will teach you how to make a beautiful open heart pendant necklace and shows you how to hang the heart either from the center as shown above or from one corner as shown on the next page - two completely different looks so you can pick your favorite or make them both! With 75 high resolution photos and easy to follow step by step directions, you'll be wearing your dazzling open heart in no time! This fun beading pattern was created by designer Lane Landry, mother and partner of Cara Landry of Simple Bead Patterns. Happy beading!


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  • 28 gauge beading wire (I personally used German jewelry wire)
  • 3mm crystal bicones or pearls
  • 15/0 seed beads (I used a matching color)
  • 4mm open jump rings for attaching pendant and end clasps
  • Chain - I personally used an open link chain so that I could attach the heart's jump ring to the center link of the chain (so the pendant will stay in the middle of the necklace and will not slide).
  • Clasp of your choice - jump ring and lobster claw, toggle, magnet, etc.
  • Flush cutter
  • Chain nose or flat nose pliers
  • Clear nail polish for sealing jump rings

About Designer

About Designer

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Looking for more gift ideas? Check out my beaded Monogram Coasters! Make one or a whole set! They make incredible hostess gifts for parties. Happy beading!

I was first introduced to beading when my mom had major surgery and we were looking for an artistic hobby that we could do together while she was on the ...

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