Swarovski Xilion beads are sewn atop a round element and connected in a series to create a beautiful bit of bling! Whether as a necklace or as a bracelet, with flashy colors or subdued tones, this piece will certainly cause heads to turn.
I would call in "intermediate" in difficulty but I've written the instructions in great details so a determined beginner would be able to tackle them. The 12 page step-by-step instructions with illustrations show you everything you need to know to make this lovely collier. I've shown one method of attaching a clasp, but of course, you can always use a different clasp for your piece if you prefer!
You will need 4mm firepolish beads, 4mm Swarovski Xilion beads, 8mm pearls, and seed beads in sizes 15 and 11. Probably nothing you don't have at home anyway!
Please note: the blue necklace shown has a centerpiece that is somewhat larger than the other parts. The instructions for this are not included! Although I'm quite sure a dedicated beader would figure out how to include such a thing, even without my detailed help.
This pattern is wonderful! I already made a bracelet in blue tones and it is gorgeous. Everyone I showed it to loved it. The pattern is clear and well written. I had no problems with any of the instructions at all. This is a skillful designer.
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