Sunken Treasure necklace

from Abigail's Bead Design

Sunken Treasure necklace Pattern


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Jewelry: Sunken Treasure necklace
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Sunken Treasure necklace Sample of instruction photo
Sunken Treasure necklace Bottom of shell
Sunken Treasure necklace Hidden pearl inside :)
Sunken Treasure necklace Sunken Treasure

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • For this project it is helpful to know how to bead crochet but not mandatory

Pattern Description:

Hello beading friends!!!

This whimsical necklace is inspired by mermaids and sunken treasures. It even has a hidden pearl inside!!!

Originally made for my daughter it can be fitted to any size by adjusting the length of your rope.

All my patterns come with written step by step instructions and color pictures.

This pattern looks fabulous in any color. You can also just make the shell pendant, and wear it on a chain.

Cheers :)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The necklace length varies by your size


  • Materials
  • 10 grams 11˚ Pink seed beads
  • 2 grams 11˚ purple seed beads
  • >1 gram 11˚ yellow seed beads
  • >1 gram 11˚ clear seed beads
  • 2-4mm Pink bi-cone crystals
  • 5-10 mm Pink fresh water pearls, Potato shape
  • 4-14mm silver cone beads
  • 6-4mm silver jump rings
  • 8-4mm silver bead caps
  • 4- 1 1/2 inch silver eye pins 22 guage
  • 4- 1 1/2 inch silver eye pins 20 gauge
  • 1 - small magnetic clasp or clasp of your choice
  • 1-spool "Jeans Stitch" brand thread Pink 018 color
  • 4lb fireline thread crystal color
  • Tools
  • Big eye needle
  • #12 beading needle
  • scissors
  • 2 pair chain nose pliers
  • round nose pliers
  • cutters

About Designer

About Designer

Abigail Engelking Design on

My name is Abigail Engelking. I am a jewelry designer who has been making and selling my work for over 16 years. Originally starting with wirework and gemstones. That held my interest for 12 years. I LOVE making jewelry; with my recent obsession being seed beads and bead weaving (off loom). My work has also been published in Bead and Button magazine.

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