The Duchess Necklace Tutorial

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As glamorous as this necklace looks, it's actually not that difficult or lengthy to make. And all you need are 15/0 and 11/0 seed beads, 6mm and 8mm bicones. That's it!

You will need to know tubular and flat herringbone, and have your favorite technique for tying off and adding new thread handy, as you'll be working with about 20 yards of thread.

This pattern contains 7 pages of instructions in pdf with full-color illustrations to guide you along.

Language: English
Skill level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Tubular and Flat Ndebele (herringbone)

With the purchase of this pattern you agree to the following:

* You are allowed to sell or gift any hand crafted work made from this pattern.
* You may not resell, share, copy, distribute or give away copies of this pattern.
* You may not use this pattern to teach a class, whether profit or non profit.
* You may not take credit or ownership in anyway for this pattern, including any variations or modifications made to it.

If you have any questions feel free to email me.

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Jan 18, 2017 by Yvette Carter
another piece of art! beautiful!!!!
Nov 30, 2016 by Shary Medina
A fantastic tutorial. And don't be fooled-this necklace has all the class and elegance as the artist's other lengthier tutorials.
Nov 26, 2016 by Aubrey
Thank you. It´s Beautiful and fun to do.
Jul 16, 2016 by Betty Hansen
awesomness thank you for your creativity
Jun 28, 2016 by kelley marth

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