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Capsel

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After a stressful day, this is a soothing and rhythmic project to calm you. This rope necklace or bracelet (amounts given for a 16-17" necklace) has thread paths similar to right angle weave and to tubular herringbone, with a spot of tubular peyote thrown in for good measure, but it's quick to learn, and once you start, not too difficult to read your beadwork and memorize the pattern. I like picking seed beads that contrast if not in colour, then at least in value with the twin beads, but that's just my preference. I'd also recommend (if using multiple colours of seed beads) switching up the finishes: choose a metallic, a matte, a transparent iridescent. Or use up your scraps and spills, as each repeat uses only 36 seed beads! This is not a pattern for a first-time beader, but someone with tubular herringbone (at a minimum) under their belt and good beading intuition should be fine - and it turns out that more experienced beaders enjoy it too! Wear this necklace alone, or add a pendant or slider bead. Make one bracelet or four in toning shades - you'll find this a versatile addition to your pattern repertoire! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY right angle weave tubular herringbone tubular peyote SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Necklace or bracelet made to fit

Recommended with this pattern

  • Japanese size 11 seed beads, one or more colours, less than 20g total
  • Twin beads or Super-duos, 150
  • Clasp

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I can neither imagine nor remember a time when I wasn't making things. I have tried almost every fiber art, and currently knit and spin my own yarn. I sew clothes and furnishings occasionally. I've dabbled in polyclay, lampwork and silver-smithing, but immerse myself in seed beading. I teach at a local bead store, as well at national shows from time to time. Patterns in my shop are by and large based on classes I have taught, so they've been tested on real people!