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I would like to welcome all of you who like to read about seed bead weaving and all of you who like handmade jewelry and want to look stylish and unique.
This master class is dedicated to soutache jewelry, which has lately been very popular among handmade lovers and fashionistas. You can combine matching and different color patterns in soutache jewelry and thus you will get an unexpectedly new and original result.
During this master class, we will be making an olive pendant with Swarovski crystal.
Step by step, easy to follow with photos and explanation.
You will use:
1. One 14mm Swarovski rivoli (olive)
2. A diamond-shaped bead with or without holes (olive)
3. Miyuki Delica 11mm seed beads (olive)
4. 15mm Toho seed beads (golden)
5. 11/10mm round seed beads (bronze)
6. Two 6mm beads (bronze). You can use beads of any shapes (even rondelles).
7. Two beads 3/4mm (olive) pic. 7
8. Soutache ribbons of 3 colors: olive, green, golden
If you have any questions, feel free to contact with me.
Once payment is confirmed you will get an email with the link for download your pattern. If any problem occurs, please contact me and I will send you the tutorial by email as soon as possible.
Please note: Copying and selling my patterns is not permitted.
You are welcome to sell items you make from my beading tutorials you have purchased.
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