Beading Tutorial - Captured Coin Pendant

(3)

This is a digital file

$10.00
Get Shipping Estimate
$10.00
In stock
Digital download

Features
Digital
Made in Austin, Texas

Item details

Captured Coin Pendant

Have you ever gone on vacation and come home with a handful of beautiful coins to remind you of your trip? How are they going to bring back memories if they’re hiding in a drawer? Make something beautiful and lasting (and most importantly, wearable!) out of those treasures. Surround them with BEADS!

These instructions cover a peyote stitch bezel (both sides of the coin are visible), an increase in tension and decrease in bead size to hold the coin in place, embellished picot decorations, and a brick stitched bail. It also includes the initial bead counts for common U.S. coins.

What You Will Need:
One Coin (circular, any size)
Size 11//0 Delica Beads
Size 15/0 Toho Seed Beads
Size 13/0 Charlottes
12 – 30 6mm Beads (rounds, bicones, or rondelles)
Size 13 Beading Needle
Beading Thread
Sharp Scissors

You will receive the 10-page PDF instructions. You must have Adobe Reader, which you can download for free at: www.adobe.com

*NOTE: The pictures are examples only. You will receive instructions to create this pendant.*

To find my other fun kits and tutorials, check here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/StickLizardDesigns?section_id=10343638

This pattern is protected under copyright law. Do not distribute, sell, or reproduce this tutorial in any form, pattern, or product without the consent of the artist.



Reviews
Average review
(3)
I love Laura and her designs.
Feb 26, 2014 by Julie Vasquez
Awesome as ever!
Jul 7, 2012 by A fellow maker
Sep 30, 2011 by A fellow maker

More from this seller

Digital downloads
File delivery
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed. Here's how.

Payments

I accept payment through PayPal. Please make payment within two days. I understand that life happens. Convo me if you need to make other arrangements.


Returns & exchanges

I want you to be thrilled with your purchase! I try to be very detailed in my item descriptions, but if the item arrives damaged (yeah, I'm looking at you, mail-delivery-person), I will be glad to repair it. Convo me for arrangements.