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Beading pattern for making this Egyptian looking necklace, great for the approaching summer season!
This beading tutorial is suitable for all level beaders. The instructions are very clear and easy to follow. There are diagrams and pictures to show you the pattern and the instructions are written in English.
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Supplies needed for making this necklace:
(6pc) 15/0 Miyuki round seed beads
(1g) 11/0 Miyuki round seed beads - color A
(3g) 11/0 Miyuki round seed beads - color B
(5g) 11/0 Miyuki round seed beads - color C
(2g) 8/0 Miyuki round seed beads
(1g) 3mm Toho bugle beads
(2pc) 2.8 Miyuki drop/fringe seed beads
(66pc) 4x6mm Czech mini-drops, Gold Bronze
(35pc) 4mm Czech fire polished beads
(36pc) 5mm Miyuki Tila seed beads
(34pc) 5x16mm Dagger beads, Opaque Ultra Luster Green
(1) One loop clasp
(2) 4mm jump rings
Size 12 beading needle
Size 6lb Fireline beading thread
Please note that the dagger beads used for making this necklace are two-hole beads so if you decide to make the necklace in its original colors, you’ll have to use the two-hole daggers.
That is because I have searched for one-hole daggers in this same color and could not find them, so I suspect that there aren’t. Or maybe they are just sold under a different name; you can find them on Perlesandco: https://www.perlesandco.co.uk/Czechmates_Dagger_2_holes_5x16_mm_Opaque_Ultra_Luster_Green_x50-p-61375.html
This listing is for a PDF file containing instructions for making this necklace, not the necklace itself.
You are welcome to sell the items made following these instructions as long you credit Sidonia's Beads or Szidonia Petki for the design. Please do not distribute, lend or copy these instructions.
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