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Queen's Weave

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Queen's Weave
Queen's Weave Two necklaces stacked.
Queen's Weave Bronze 4mm faceted
Queen's Weave Makes a nice bracelet!
Queen's Weave Close up
Queen's Weave 4mm Glass Faceted

Pattern Description:

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Learn to make this elegant neck piece and bracelet and do it on a commoner's budget. I call this Queen's Weave because it is reminiscent of a queen's collar.

I came up with this when I was trying to make something in Czech faceted glass beads (aka Fire Polish). It uses a combination of single needle right angle weave and a fringe making method.

This tutorial is 27 pages with over 50 step by step photos in full color and textual descriptions of each step. Very little experience is required to complete this project.

This tutorial contains everything you need to know to complete this project from start to finish.


  • 21 - 4mm fire polish beads per inch (about 126 beads for a 6" bracelet)
  • Size 11 or 15 seed beads
  • Button for a clasp (or make your own Woven Toggle button)
  • Nymo size D thread in coordinating color
  • 3mm beads also work nicely with this design. These take about 26 beads per inch - 160 beads for a bracelet

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 10 or 12 beading needles.
  • Fine scissors or other thread cutting tool
  • bead mat or anything to keep your beads from rolling away while you work

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