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Twin Bracelets and Earring - BUTTERFLIES


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This lesson shows how to create bold, elegant bracelet and matching earrings. It can be completed within 3-4 hours even by inexperienced beader. All you need are specified beads, needle with thread and voila! Materials: (bracelet) -Twin or Superduo beads " 16 pcs per 0,75(tm)(tm) unit. I have used 3 colors: 8 beads " Matte Jet, 6 beads "Jet, 2 beads " Lustered Rose; but color scheme is completely up to your choice and stash . -Size 11 seed beads - 5g (B). I have used two colors: red (B1) and gold(B2) to achieve contrast between black and gold. -Size 8 seed beads or 2,8-3,4 mm drops " 3g (C) -4mm fire polished glass beads (or any other 4mm round beads) " 1 per unit +2 (D) -Thread " any nylon thread would be fine. Coordinated color is recommended. -Clasp of your choice (will be attached with jumprings) -Thread " any nylon thread would be fine. Coordinated color recommended (coordinated with main Twin/Superduo beads). For earrings you need same materials in quantities that are enough to complete 2 units + 2 dagger beads (or any other elongated shape beads) + earrings findings of your choice. Please note: All beads should have holes large enough to pass the needle with thread 4-5 times (1mm). Tools: -Size 10 beading needle - Thread conditioner (optional) -Scissors

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Extrano - Beadwoven Treasure
Extrano - Beadwoven Treasure
Welcome in Extrano's world - world of beadwoven treasures that can be made by everyone! Tiny gemstones, sterling silver and thread are my favourites materials. I live in Poland, Europe, where beadweaving is not so popular as in United States. I hope it will change soon! My two daughters are already beadaholiques, my newborn son - who knows? He is learning at his mother's knees. If you have any questions concerning my designs, projects, tutorials or just want to share any thoughts on beadweaving, do not hesitate to contact me!