Beading tutorial pattern. Flower Net necklace pattern 10. Lace netted seed bead stone quartz. Rose lucite flowers leaves leaf. Beadweaving.
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Flower Net necklace pattern.
Beading level: suitable for beginners.
This is for anyone who has ever wondered what to do with those strings of semi precious stone chips that look so interesting but can be so hard to use because of the varying sizes. You can also use regular-sized beads instead as shown in the grey necklace in the second picture. Plus it's nice to have a different use for lucite flowers that will then coordinate with your flower cluster and charm bracelets.
This tutorial contains instructions for the necklaces shown in the photos plus suggestions for other types of embellishment, and gives lots of ideas for matching earrings. It is explained in great detail and is very easy to follow. You will make the netted pattern first then embellish it with various flowers and leaves. It also looks really good just left as it is without any embellishment.
20 pages. 21 clear computer-drawn diagrams. 6 photos including 4 of finished work
They weren't drawn BY a computer, they were drawn by me ON a computer, I just didn't know how else to describe them. :-)
You will need size 8 seed beads, a clasp and jump rings with two pairs of pliers to attach them, an assortment of flowers and leaves, and a beading needle and thread. If you're not planning to add any embellishments you can make the netted base pattern using size 11 seeds.
You may also like this tutorial for a spiral rope as one of the bracelets uses stone chips:
Please note that this is a digital tutorial supplied in PDF format and you will NOT receive a paper copy nor any jewellery or materials. As soon as your payment is confirmed, Etsy will send you an email containing a link to download the PDF.
You are welcome to sell any items you have made using this pattern but you are not permitted to sell or distribute the pattern itself, including teaching, or copy it in whole or in part.
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The pattern is explained in far greater detail than the patterns you'll find in most books. I draw masses of diagrams for each pattern to show you exactly what to do, so you can't go wrong. And if I ever find I've made a mistake in one of them, I'll correct it and send you a new copy.
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Copyright (c) 2018 Paula Caddick. All rights reserved.
You are welcome to sell any items you have personally made using my patterns but you are not permitted to sell or distribute the pattern itself or copy it in whole or in part, including teaching. Wholesale manufacture is not permitted without prior written permission from me.