Jacob's Ladder Twisted Rope Spiral Beadwork Necklace Pattern Beading Tutorial PDF
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Jacob’s Ladder in the Peak District was named after Jacob Marshall, who created the original stepped path on the pack-horse route during the 18th century.
A beautiful walk along the Pennine Way with stunning views once you reach the top, the bugles and seed beads used in this necklace design mimic the stones, rocks and steps that were used to create this well known path.
The necklace itself is formed with a core of two different sizes of seed beads which the bugle beads wrap around to create a stunning spiral pattern. Use contrasting or complimenting colours for the seed beads, depending on the look you are after for your finished piece.
Suitable for intermediate skill level+
The pattern comes with illustrations to help.
18"/46 cm using given quantities
* 11/0 seed beads (Main) (15g)
* 8/0 seed beads (Contrast) (8g)
* 6mm bugle beads (Main) (7g)
* 6mm round beads (16)
* 11/0 seed beads (Contrast) (4g)
You Will Also Need:
* Beading Needle
* Beading Mat
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