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RAW Victorian Pendant Necklace & Earring

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Skill Level

Intermediate

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PATTERN DETAILS

Beautiful Victorian-style pendant necklace is created using circular right angle weave and is great for advanced beginner beaders and above. You will receive instructions for the pendant, pearl rope and the earrings. If you are interested in the pearl rope only, please see my blog link above for the free pattern. This tutorial includes detailed color photos and written instructions to guide you every step of the way . If you have any questions about this, please contact me and I will be happy to walk you through anything you need help with. Feel free to sell your creations and I would love to see what combinations you come up with! ** This pattern has been updated with corrections as of 11/25/2012. Tutorial not to be resold. Thanks! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should be familiar with basic bead weaving, how to add thread to your work and how to tie half hitch knots. Knowledge of Right Angle Weave and Herringbone will be helpful but not necessary. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Necklace is 18 inches long Pendant is 2 inches in diameter Earrings are 2 inches long and about 1 inch wide

Recommended with this pattern

  • 66 of 4MM bi cone crystal or glass beads, Teal w/AB Finish
  • 134 of 3MM pearl glass beads or similar, White
  • 6-7 grams size 11/0 Miyuki Round, Matte Silver-Lined (S/L) Capri Blue #25F

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MyAmari
MyAmari
**UPDATED PATTERNS as of 9/12/2015. Most corrections are updating contact information. No major changes have been made to the patterns. Bead weaving is my baby but I enjoy crocheting and cross stitching. I started beading almost 2 years ago and have been crocheting and cross stitching off and on for the last 10 years. I love keeping my hands busy and creating! Please visit my blog at www.MyAmari.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MyAmari.beads. Feel free to sell what you create from any of my patterns; all I ask is that you list my name as the designer. Thank you! .