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Kiki's Heart

from Juelles Designs
(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Kiki's Heart
Kiki's Heart
Kiki's Heart

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Right Angle Weave

Pattern Description:

I had actuall made a cross and a breast cancer ribbon before I made this heart pendant and the heart pendant was really made between the other two it was a mistake when I was trying for the ribbon. So I put it aside and later came back to it when I got it finished it was lopsided and floppy because I had used larger pearls so I started again and it worked, my daughter looked at it and said "Look Mom it even has a hole in the middle of it just like my heart" so that is how the pendant got it's name.

This is a bead weaving tutorial that will teach you how to stitch this beautiful pendant. Some bead weaving experience is needed, if this is your first time beading then I would say that this is for the intermediate to experienced beader. You will be working with a cross over and joining technique. This pattern is great as a gift for yourself or your favorite beader. I hope you will enjoy making it as much as I did! By the way this pendant can be reversable if you use two different colors of pearls one on each side!

Please do not distribute, lend, teach, or copy these instructions. Please give credit to the designer.

The Kiki's Heart Pendant Pattern 2009 Copyrighted, All Rights Reserved. This item may not be copied, sold, or reproduced without written permission.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • This makes a heart that is about 1 3/4 inchesX 1 3/4 inches

Materials:

  • 56-4mm Pearls (if using 2 colors 28 each)
  • 48-4mm bicone cystals
  • size 11 seed beads
  • 8lb fireline
  • 2-4 size 11 needles

You Will Also Need:

  • bail
  • jumpring
  • chain
  • sissors
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About the designer

I am a member of the Dallas Bead Society and have taught classes at my local bead store as well as the Shreveport Bead Retreats.

I always loved jewelry and the sparkle, my Father always said "Find ...

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