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. In this lecture we will be beading beautiful disk pendant with crystal Swarovski , using Japanese Delica seed beads. We will use two techniques to bead this pendant: "brick stitch” and “peyote stitch”. During this master class, we will be making an olive pendant with Swarovski crystal. It will complete your everyday outfit or evening gown.
Step by step, easy to follow with photos and explanation.
We will use: 1. Delica beads - size 11/0. Colors: olive 2. Toho beads – size 15/0. Color: dark gold 3 .Rivoli (Swarovski) 14mm, color: olive 5. Ring base - size: 30mm 6. Soutache ribbons of 2 colors: olive gold, green, 7. Components (lobster clasp, two rings, 2 ribbon cramps and two types of instruments: Round Nose pliers and flat nose pliers) 8. Thread for seed beading 9. Needle for seed beading 10. Scissors
The beading kit for this tutorial with whole set of necessary materials can be found in "Beading kit" section
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