Spring Flower Beaded Ring using Herringbone stitch downloadable PDF instructions
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Stitch your own Spring themed beaded ring adorned with Czech faceted beads and flower beads! I've created instruction for you to learn Herringbone stitch and using size 8 and size 11 seed beads, plus some Czech pressed flower and leaf beads, you'll be able bead your very own ring!
This project is suitable to confident beginners up to Intermediate and advanced beaders. If you've used the herringbone stitch before, that's great as we'll be learning the decreasing method for the ring itself. If not, I've provided clear photos at each step, so you can learn how!
The ring band is approximately 1.5cm wide at the front to allow for the bead decoration, but is comfortable and light to wear!
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Please bear in mind if your item contains vintage components that there may be a little wear and tear on these pieces because of the nature of the item's age. I try and use the best quality materials in my work, but if you are unhappy with it for any reason, please let me know as soon as possible or within three days of receiving the item. Once you've heard back from me and you would still like to return it, please return the item undamaged in its original packaging if possible. Once I've received the item, I'll arrange for a refund of the purchase price, exchange the item for one of the same value, or if alteration is required, I can alter the item to suit (although additional charges will apply if this takes longer than fifteen minutes or requires additional materials).
All of my work is made with love, care and attention to detail and perfection. I try to make my jewellery as strong as possible to live up to daily wear and tear. If you treat them with respect they should last years! Handle it carefully, avoid tugging it sharply and in the case of beaded rings as a precaution don't have them submerged in water constantly. Be kind when opening/closing clasps, store them flat and out of direct sunlight if possible, also avoid contact with perfumes and other cosmetics (they may damage the surface of some beads. And remember that most of my beaded work is made with small glass beads, so if they're dropped on a hard surface they may not survive intact!