Amethyst flower pendant - tutorial

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Amethyst flower pendant - tutorial Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Pendant

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • you should know peyote stitch

Pattern Description:

Amethyst flower pendant was inspired by old Russian fairy tales by Bazhov (Mistress of the copper mountain, Malachite casket, etc). In this case it was inspired by the "stone flower". I don't know how it looked like for real, thus I've created my vision of it :)

The result is 7.5 cm (3") wide, 8 cm (3 1/4") high. Can be worn on the chain or collar or ribbon.

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Disclaimer:
Author does not guarantee your result will be identical to author's. Your result may vary depending on the materials used and your skills.

Tutorial is meant for advanced beaders, however, the instructions are clear enough, so I believe that even talented beginners could manage.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7.5 cm (3") wide, 8 cm (3 1/4") high

Materials:

  • 1 rivoli 14 mm, hexagon cut beads, 11/o seed beads, bicone beads 4 mm

You Will Also Need:

  • patience, attention

About Designer

About Designer

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I design jewelry and accessories for over 6 years now and you can find my artworks googling "Gemsforall" or on the pages related to my profile :) I love working with beads, gemstones, fur, leather, wire, cabochons but I'm also open to anything new. If I see something interesting I'd like to try - 99,9% I'm gonna give it a try. So, I always learn something new and improve existing skills. My art ...

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