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Blooms & Berries Rope &Earrings Tutorial


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Blooms and Berries Rope and Earrings Tutorial created by Debra of DatzKatz Designs. I made this rope and earring set in March while I was longing for Spring. It is a versatile pattern as the rope has the option of being made with or without the magnetic clasp. It can be worn as a wrap bracelet or a choker or of course a lariat rope. The matching earrings complete the set. Also, make a short bracelet length rope for a single strand bracelet if you like! So many possibilities with this pattern! The pdf download is 8 pages of full color illustrations and photographs. The instructions are in English. Please, feel free to contact me with any questions or comments about my design at I hope you enjoy making my Blooms and Berries Rope and Earrings design. Thanks, Debra BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic bead weaving skills and knowledge of Right Angle Weave (RAW) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Rope: instructions for 45 inch rope Earrings: 1 1/2 inches not including earring hook

Supplies Needed

  • optional: (6) Toho 8/0 seed beads
  • 260 - 3mm glass pearls,
  • 20- Czech glass small leaf beads

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DatzKatz Designs
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My wonderful Grandmother (miss her every day) gifted me with the love of crafting. She taught me to knit, crochet and sew when I was 5. I remember making barbie doll clothes with her. Learning to knit was tricky since I'm left handed but we didn't give up. I've knit many a sweater since then. She taught me to make 'granny squares' and we joined them together to make a blanket. Embroidery came next - then macrame - weaving - and many other crafts. My love of making jewelry started in 2011. I started with basic stringing jewelry. In late 2012 I started teaching myself to bead weave - off loom. I love creating original designs. I nest among my millions of seed beads in rural Nova Scotia. Since October 2013 I have been writing tutorials for some of my designs. I hope you like them. ~ Debra of DatzKatz PS. If you have any questions about my designs - Please, contact me at