Striking Cylinders Beading Pattern

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Striking Cylinders Beading Pattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

In only 9 fully illustrated steps you will be able to create a stunning bracelet and necklace.

The pattern includes:
material list
instruction for a beadwoven toggle & loop closure, that can be used in other lovely beading projects
2 pages with all illustrated patterns collected
a design sheet

Language: English
Level: beginner, intermediate

Techniques: peyote bead stitch, herringbone stitch, beaded whipstitch

18 or 19 Striking Cylinders for 1 bracelet
Delica 11/0, 10 grams
Seed beads 11/0, 5 grams
Seed beads 8/0, 3 pcs
Round / Faceted beads 4mm, 60

50 Striking Cylinders for 1 necklace
Delica 11/0, 20 grams
Seed beads 11/0, 10 grams
Seed beads 8/0, 3 pcs
Round / Faceted beads 4mm, 150

The pattern / instruction is a 6 MB .PDF format that will be downloadable after payment and is perfectly usable on your iPad or e-reader that supports .PDF formats.

This beading pattern / instruction is for personal and professional use. This beading pattern / instruction may be used for teaching purposes and jewelry may be sold without permission.

"Beading pattern / instruction created by Serafina Exclusive Jewelry" used as a reference is greatly appreciated.

About Designer

About Designer

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As a little girl I was absolutely fond of all kinds of shiny things, beads, jewelry. I have completed schooling as a fashion illustrator at the Academy of Fine Arts St. Joost in the Netherlands. In the course of years my fascination for handmade jewelry has grown explosively and I am self taught in several ancient beadweaving and embroidery techniques from all around the world to create very ...

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