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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.
In this tutorial we're going to learn how to make pendant with crystal Swarovski.

Step by step, easy to follow with photos and explanation.

You will use:
1.Rondelless 4mm – dark indigo
2.Swarovski rivoli 14mm dark indigo
3.Crystal Swarovski (bicones) 3mm – blue
4. Delika beads (Miyuki) size 11 /0 ( dark blue)
5.Toho round beads - size 15/0 (silver)
6. Chech seed beads size 11/0 - blue
7.Thread "wildfire” or “fireline” 'black – oo8 in, 020mm
8.Beading needles size 10/12
10. Pliers round nose
11.Pliers flat nose
12. Ring clasp

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