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CONTENTS

EDITORS NOTE

FEATURED JEWELRY MAKING TUTORIALS


Sparkling by Lorraine Coetzee
Bold Fun Odd Pevote Cuff/Bracelet
Pattern by Lorraine Coetzee
DIY: Statement Necklace
by Brandhyze Stanley
Festival of Lights by Soft Flex Company
Solana Beadweaving Pendant Ring by
Bianc van der Molen
Lady Evanthia by Blanc van der Molen
Pinnacle Lace Earrings by Renee Kovnesky
Dazzling in the New Year

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RECOMMENDED JEWELRY MAKING SUPPLIES

Pav Thread Ring


Sun Pendant
Need a Bead Now
Bead, turquoise (imitation)

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Diamond Sparkle Necklace Pattern by Renee
Kovnesky
Friendship Bracelet Pattern by leva Bambale

RECOMMENDED READINGS
Bead Metamorphosis: Exquisite Jewelry from
Custom Components
Stitching with Two-Hole Shaped Beads
Need a Bead Now
Creative Beading Vol. 9: The Best Projects
from a Year of Bead&Button Magazine
The Beading Answer Book

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Elegantia Pendant by Antonella Di Spigno

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Welcome to DIY Beading Magazine

ear 2015 is here! New beginnings, new


ideas, new beaded handmade jewelries
to wear! In this issue of DIY Beading
Magazine, we are bringing you new ideas
and designs for making handmade
jewelries. Just like firecrackers, signifying
New Year, you will see jewelry designs
showing off bright colors and sparkles. Do
not be afraid to wear vibrant colored
jewelries and do not be afraid to wear
eye-catching designs. This year is your year
to be fashionable and get noticed with
bright and sparkling jewelries you have
personally created.

Jane Chew
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Lessons: www.diylessons.org
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Join The Fun!

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SPARKLING

Brick Stitch
25 Columns (1.75") at the widest point x 129 Rows (7.08") with toggle clasp
All Rights Reserved to Trinity Designer Jewelry
It may NOT be reprinted or taught in any manner without my permission.
You may sell your finished work, but please give me credit.
trinitydj@tiscali.co.za
Please check the last page for tips and links.

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SPARKLING

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SPARKLING

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SPARKLING
This pattern doesn't come with word charts, since it is shaped
brick stitch and the word charts doesn't show increases
and decreases.
This link will take you to a site where you can learn how to do
peyote and brick stitches, free.
http://www.uniquebeadedjewelry.com/stitchinfo/payote.html
This link will show you how to do "Increase Peyote Stitch" www.youtube.com/watch?v=HV0mfyQDIgg
This link will show you how to do "Decrease Peyote Stitch" www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rc1GKumO8Q

This link will show you how to do square stitch:


www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pnhK_Gdex4
If you have any queries, please contact me at
trinitydj@tiscali.co.za
Happy beading
Lorraine

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Width: 1.25"
Height: 6.50"
Columns: 23
Rows: 202
Bead Count: 2301
Color Count: 12
Stitch: Peyote
This is a peyote stitch bracelet pattern. Please note
that the instructions for the toggle ring is not included
in this pattern since it is a custom made ring by my
bead fairy who tested the pattern. This pattern is
designed for the use of Delica #11 beads and nylon
thread with #10 or #12 beading needle. Instructions
for peyote stitch are not included.

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Delica, size 11 bead colours and quantities


as per graph.

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Row 1&2 (L) (7)A, (2)B, (2)C, (1)B, (2)C, (2)B, (7)A
Row 3 (R) (3)A, (1)B, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (1)B, (3)A
Row 4 (L) (2)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (2)A
Row 5 (R) (2)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (2)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (2)A
Row 6 (L) (1)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)A
Row 7 (R) (1)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)A
Row 8 (L) (1)B, (1)C, (1)D, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)D, (1)C, (1)B
Row 9 (R) (1)B, (1)C, (2)D, (1)B, (2)C, (1)B, (2)D, (1)C, (1)B
Row 10 (L) (1)C, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)C
Row 11 (R) (1)C, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (2)B, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (1)C
Row 12 (L) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D, (1)C, (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 13 (R) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)E, (2)D, (1)E, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 14 (L) (1)E, (1)F, (2)I, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (2)I, (1)F, (1)E
Row 15 (R) (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E

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Row 16 (L) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 17 (R) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (2)F, (2)B, (2)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 18 (L) (1)I, (2)G, (2)F, (1)B, (2)F, (2)G, (1)I
Row 19 (R) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (2)F, (2)B, (2)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 20 (L) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 21 (R) (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E
Row 22 (L) (1)E, (1)F, (2)I, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (2)I, (1)F, (1)E
Row 23 (R) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)E, (2)D, (1)E, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 24 (L) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D, (1)B, (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 25 (R) (1)B, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (2)B, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (1)B
Row 26 (L) (1)B, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)B, (1)G, (1)B, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)B
Row 27 (R) (1)G, (1)B, (2)D, (1)B, (2)G, (1)B, (2)D, (1)B, (1)G
Row 28 (L) (1)G, (1)B, (1)D, (1)B, (1)G, (1)F, (1)G, (1)B, (1)D, (1)B, (1)G
Row 29 (R) (1)F, (1)G, (2)B, (1)G, (2)F, (1)G, (2)B, (1)G, (1)F
Row 30 (L) (1)F, (1)G, (1)B, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)B, (1)G, (1)F
Row 31 (R) (1)B, (1)F, (2)G, (1)F, (2)B, (1)F, (2)G, (1)F, (1)B
Row 32 (L) (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B
Row 33 (R) (1)H, (1)B, (2)F, (1)B, (2)H, (1)B, (2)F, (1)B, (1)H
Row 34 (L) (1)H, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)H
Row 35 (R) (1)I, (1)H, (2)B, (1)H, (2)I, (1)H, (2)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 36 (L) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (2)I, (1)B, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 37 (R) (1)B, (1)I, (2)H, (1)I, (2)B, (2)I, (1)H, (1)I, (1)B
Row 38 (L) (1)B, (1)I, (1)H, (1)I, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)I, (1)H, (1)I, (1)B
Row 39 (R) (1)J, (1)B, (2)I, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (2)I, (1)B, (1)J
Row 40 (L) (1)J, (1)B, (1)I, (1)B, (1)J, (1)K, (1)J, (1)B, (1)I, (1)B, (1)J
Row 41 (R) (1)K, (1)J, (2)B, (1)J, (2)K, (1)J, (2)B, (1)J, (1)K
Row 42 (L) (1)K, (1)J, (1)B, (1)J, (1)K, (1)B, (1)K, (1)J, (1)B, (1)J, (1)K
Row 43 (R) (1)B, (1)K, (2)J, (1)K, (2)B, (1)K, (2)J, (1)K, (1)B
Row 44 (L) (1)B, (1)K, (1)J, (1)K, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)K, (1)J, (1)K, (1)B
Row 45 (R) (1)C, (1)B, (2)K, (1)B, (2)C, (1)B, (2)K, (1)B, (1)C

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Row 46 (L) (1)C, (1)B, (1)K, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)K, (1)B, (1)C
Row 47 (R) (1)L, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (2)L, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (1)L
Row 48 (L) (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)A, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L
Row 49 (R) (1)A, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (2)A, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (1)A
Row 50 (L) (1)A, (1)L, (1)C, (1)L, (1)A, (1)G, (1)A, (1)L, (1)C, (1)L, (1)A
Row 51 (R) (2)A, (2)L, (1)A, (2)G, (1)A, (2)L, (2)A
Row 52 (L) (2)A, (1)L, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)L, (2)A
Row 53 (R) (4)A, (1)G, (2)F, (1)G, (4)A
Row 54 (L) (3)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (3)A
Row 55 (R) (3)A, (1)G, (1)F, (2)B, (1)F, (1)G, (3)A
Row 56 (L) (2)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (2)A
Row 57 (R) (3)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (3)A
Row 58 (L) (2)A, (1)G, (1)B, (1)J, (1)L, (1)J, (1)B, (1)G, (2)A
Row 59 (R) (3)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (3)A
Row 60 (L) (2)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 61 (R) (2)A, (1)I, (2)H, (2)B, (2)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 62 (L) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 63 (R) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (2)B, (2)H, (2)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 64 (L) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (3)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 65 (R) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (2)E, (2)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 66 (L) (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H
Row 67 (R) (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (2)D, (2)E, (2)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H
Row 68 (L) (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H
Row 69 (R) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (2)E, (2)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 70 (L) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (3)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 71 (R) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (2)B, (2)H, (2)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 72 (L) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 73 (R) (2)A, (1)I, (2)H, (2)B, (2)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 74 (L) (2)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 75 (R) (3)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (3)A

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Row 76 (L) (2)A, (1)G, (1)B, (1)J, (1)L, (1)J, (1)B, (1)G, (2)A
Row 77 (R) (1)I, (2)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (2)A, (1)I
Row 78 (L) (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I
Row 79 (R) (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (2)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H
Row 80 (L) (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H
Row 81 (R) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (2)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 82 (L) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 83 (R) (2)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (2)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (2)B
Row 84 (L) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)D, (1)A, (1)G, (1)A, (1)D, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 85 (R) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (2)D, (2)A, (2)D, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 86 (L) (1)H, (1)I, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)A, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)I, (1)H
Row 87 (R) (1)H, (1)I, (1)D, (2)E, (2)D, (2)E, (1)D, (1)I, (1)H
Row 88 (L) (1)I, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)I
Row 89 (R) (1)I, (1)A, (1)E, (2)B, (2)E, (2)B, (1)E, (1)A, (1)I
Row 90 (L) (1)A, (1)D, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)D, (1)A
Row 91 (R) (2)A, (1)E, (2)C, (2)B, (2)C, (1)E, (2)A
Row 92 (L) (1)A, (1)D, (1)B, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)B, (1)D, (1)A
Row 93 (R) (2)A, (1)E, (1)C, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)E, (2)A
Row 94 (L) (1)A, (1)D, (1)B, (2)L, (1)B, (2)L, (1)B, (1)D, (1)A
Row 95 (R) (1)A, (1)D, (1)E, (1)C, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)E, (1)D, (1)A
Row 96 (L) (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)B, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D
Row 97 (R) (1)D, (1)E, (2)B, (4)C, (2)B, (1)E, (1)D
Row 98 (L) (1)E, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)E
Row 99 (R) (1)D, (1)B, (2)C, (4)B, (2)C, (1)B, (1)D
Row 100 (L) (1)E, (1)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)E
Row 101 (R) (1)D, (1)B, (2)L, (1)C, (2)F, (1)C, (2)L, (1)B, (1)D
Row 102 (L) (1)E, (1)C, (2)L, (1)B, (1)G, (1)B, (2)L, (1)C, (1)E
Row 103 (R) (1)D, (1)B, (2)L, (1)C, (2)F, (1)C, (2)L, (1)B, (1)D
Row 104 (L) (1)E, (1)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)E
Row 105 (R) (1)D, (1)B, (2)C, (4)B, (2)C, (1)B, (1)D

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Row 106 (L) (1)E, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)E
Row 107 (R) (1)D, (1)E, (2)B, (4)C, (2)B, (1)E, (1)D
Row 108 (L) (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)B, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D
Row 109 (R) (1)A, (1)D, (1)E, (1)C, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)E, (1)D, (1)A
Row 110 (L) (1)A, (1)D, (1)B, (2)L, (1)B, (2)L, (1)B, (1)D, (1)A
Row 111 (R) (2)A, (1)E, (1)C, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)E, (2)A
Row 112 (L) (1)A, (1)D, (1)B, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)B, (1)D, (1)A
Row 113 (R) (2)A, (1)E, (2)C, (2)B, (2)C, (1)E, (2)A
Row 114 (L) (1)A, (1)D, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)D, (1)A
Row 115 (R) (1)I, (1)A, (1)E, (2)B, (2)E, (2)B, (1)E, (1)A, (1)I
Row 116 (L) (1)I, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)I
Row 117 (R) (1)H, (1)I, (1)D, (2)E, (2)D, (2)E, (1)D, (1)I, (1)H
Row 118 (L) (1)H, (1)I, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)A, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)I, (1)H
Row 119 (R) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (2)D, (2)A, (2)D, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 120 (L) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)D, (1)A, (1)G, (1)A, (1)D, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 121 (R) (2)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (2)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (2)B
Row 122 (L) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 123 (R) (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (2)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B
Row 124 (L) (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H
Row 125 (R) (1)H, (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (2)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I, (1)H
Row 126 (L) (1)I, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)I
Row 127 (R) (1)I, (2)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (2)A, (1)I
Row 128 (L) (2)A, (1)G, (1)B, (1)J, (1)L, (1)J, (1)B, (1)G, (2)A
Row 129 (R) (3)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (3)A
Row 130 (L) (2)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 131 (R) (2)A, (1)I, (2)H, (2)B, (2)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 132 (L) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 133 (R) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (2)B, (2)H, (2)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 134 (L) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (3)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 135 (R) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (2)E, (2)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I

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Row 136 (L) (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H
Row 137 (R) (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (2)D, (2)E, (2)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)I
Row 138 (L) (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H
Row 139 (R) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (2)E, (2)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 140 (L) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)E, (3)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 141 (R) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (2)B, (2)H, (2)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 142 (L) (1)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)A
Row 143 (R) (2)A, (1)I, (2)H, (2)B, (2)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 144 (L) (2)A, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (2)A
Row 145 (R) (3)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (3)A
Row 146 (L) (2)A, (1)G, (1)B, (1)J, (1)L, (1)J, (1)B, (1)G, (2)A
Row 147 (R) (3)A, (1)F, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (1)F, (3)A
Row 148 (L) (2)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (2)A
Row 149 (R) (3)A, (1)G, (1)F, (2)B, (1)F, (1)G, (3)A
Row 150 (L) (3)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (3)A
Row 151 (R) (4)A, (1)G, (2)F, (1)G, (4)A
Row 152 (L) (2)A, (1)L, (1)A, (1)G, (1)F, (1)G, (1)A, (1)L, (2)A
Row 153 (R) (2)A, (2)L, (1)A, (2)G, (1)A, (2)L, (2)A
Row 154 (L) (1)A, (1)L, (1)C, (1)L, (1)A, (1)G, (1)A, (1)L, (1)C, (1)L, (1)A
Row 155 (R) (1)A, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (2)A, (1)L, (2)C, (1)L, (1)A
Row 156 (L) (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)A, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L
Row 157 (R) (1)L, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (2)L, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (1)L
Row 158 (L) (1)C, (1)B, (1)K, (1)B, (1)C, (1)L, (1)C, (1)B, (1)K, (1)B, (1)C
Row 159 (R) (1)C, (1)B, (2)K, (1)B, (2)C, (1)B, (2)K, (1)B, (1)C
Row 160 (L) (1)B, (1)K, (1)J, (1)K, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)K, (1)J, (1)K, (1)B
Row 161 (R) (1)B, (1)K, (2)J, (1)K, (2)B, (1)K, (2)J, (1)K, (1)B
Row 162 (L) (1)K, (1)J, (1)B, (1)J, (1)K, (1)B, (1)K, (1)J, (1)B, (1)J, (1)K
Row 163 (R) (1)K, (1)J, (2)B, (1)J, (2)K, (1)J, (2)B, (1)J, (1)K
Row 164 (L) (1)J, (1)B, (1)I, (1)B, (1)J, (1)K, (1)J, (1)B, (1)I, (1)B, (1)J
Row 165 (R) (1)J, (1)B, (2)I, (1)B, (2)J, (1)B, (2)I, (1)B, (1)J

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Row 166 (L) (1)B, (1)I, (1)H, (1)I, (1)B, (1)J, (1)B, (1)I, (1)H, (1)I, (1)B
Row 167 (R) (1)B, (1)I, (2)H, (1)I, (2)B, (1)I, (2)H, (1)I, (1)B
Row 168 (L) (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)B, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 169 (R) (1)I, (1)H, (2)B, (1)H, (2)I, (1)H, (2)B, (1)H, (1)I
Row 170 (L) (1)H, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)H, (1)I, (1)H, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)H
Row 171 (R) (1)H, (1)B, (2)F, (1)B, (2)H, (1)B, (2)F, (1)B, (1)H
Row 172 (L) (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)H, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B
Row 173 (R) (1)B, (1)F, (3)G, (2)B, (1)F, (3)G, (1)B
Row 174 (L) (1)F, (1)G, (1)B, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)B, (1)G, (1)F
Row 175 (R) (1)F, (1)G, (2)B, (1)G, (2)F, (1)G, (2)B, (1)G, (1)F
Row 176 (L) (1)G, (1)B, (1)D, (1)B, (1)G, (1)F, (1)G, (1)B, (1)D, (1)B, (1)G
Row 177 (R) (1)G, (1)B, (2)D, (1)B, (2)G, (1)B, (2)D, (1)B, (1)G
Row 178 (L) (1)B, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)B, (1)G, (1)B, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)B
Row 179 (R) (1)B, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (2)B, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (1)B
Row 180 (L) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D, (1)B, (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 181 (R) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)E, (2)D, (1)E, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 182 (L) (1)E, (1)F, (2)I, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (2)I, (1)F, (1)E
Row 183 (R) (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E
Row 184 (L) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 185 (R) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (2)F, (2)B, (2)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 186 (L) (1)I, (2)G, (2)F, (1)B, (2)F, (2)G, (1)I
Row 187 (R) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (2)F, (2)B, (2)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 188 (L) (1)F, (1)I, (1)G, (1)F, (1)B, (1)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)G, (1)I, (1)F
Row 189 (R) (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)B, (2)E, (1)B, (1)F, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E
Row 190 (L) (1)E, (1)F, (2)I, (1)E, (1)D, (1)E, (2)I, (1)F, (1)E
Row 191 (R) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)I, (1)E, (2)D, (1)E, (1)I, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 192 (L) (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D, (1)C, (1)D, (1)E, (1)F, (1)E, (1)D
Row 193 (R) (1)C, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (2)B, (1)D, (2)E, (1)D, (1)C
Row 194 (L) (1)C, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)D, (1)E, (1)D, (1)C
Row 195 (R) (1)B, (1)C, (2)D, (1)B, (2)C, (1)B, (2)D, (1)C, (1)B

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Row 196 (L) (1)B, (1)C, (1)D, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)D, (1)C, (1)B
Row 197 (R) (1)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)A
Row 198 (L) (1)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)A
Row 199 (R) (2)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (2)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (2)A
Row 200 (L) (2)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (2)A
Row 201 (R) (3)A, (1)B, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (1)B, (3)A
Row 202 (L) (3)A, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (3)A
Row 203 (R) (12)Blank
Row 204 (L) (11)Blank
Row 205 (R) (12)Blank
Row 206 (L) (11)Blank
Row 207 (R) (3)Blank, (1)B, (1)F, (2)B, (1)F, (1)B, (3)Blank
Row 208 (L) (2)Blank, (1)C, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)C, (2)Blank
Row 209 (R) (3)Blank, (1)C, (1)B, (2)F, (1)B, (1)C, (3)Blank
Row 210 (L) (2)Blank, (1)E, (1)C, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)C, (1)E, (2)Blank
Row 211 (R) (3)Blank, (1)E, (1)C, (2)B, (1)C, (1)E, (3)Blank
Row 212 (L) (2)Blank, (1)C, (1)E, (1)C, (1)B, (1)C, (1)E, (1)C, (2)Blank
Row 213 (R) (3)Blank, (1)C, (1)E, (2)C, (1)E, (1)C, (3)Blank
Row 214 (L) (2)Blank, (1)B, (1)C, (1)E, (1)C, (1)E, (1)C, (1)B, (2)Blank
Row 215 (R) (3)Blank, (1)B, (1)C, (2)E, (1)C, (1)B, (3)Blank
Row 216 (L) (2)Blank, (1)F, (1)B, (1)C, (1)E, (1)C, (1)B, (1)F, (2)Blank
Row 217 (R) (3)Blank, (1)F, (1)B, (2)C, (1)B, (1)F, (3)Blank
Row 218 (L) (2)Blank, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (1)C, (1)B, (1)F, (1)B, (2)Blank
Row 219 (R) (12)Blank
Row 220 (L) (11)Blank
The bracelet ends at row 202. Row 207 onwards are for the toggle
bar. Stitch it from the graph, zip into a bar and attach to one end of
the bracelet band. Make a loop for the bar on the other side of the
band with 18 beads and 1 row peyote stitch (colour of your choice)

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About the Author

Lorraine Coetzee
For many years Lorraine hand-made boutique styled clothes and
only started making jewelry around 2007 as a hobby. Lorraine
started stringing glass beads and pearls and soon found herself
looking at more challenging ways of working with beads and
other mediums. Her creative inspiration comes primarily from the
wonder of nature and the glorious colors all around.
Her favorite materials to work with are glass seed beads
(Delica's), Swarovski crystals, Swarovski pearls together with high
quality bead embroidery equipment and tools.
I'm learning it's more important to work smarter than harder and I
have come to realise it's just as easy to think Big as it is to think
Small. Growth manifests itself first from within oneself. I believe my
designs reflect my grown in confidence and every day I want to
be better and more than yesterday.
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Ready-To-Wear Beaded Bracelets & Necklaces available
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Festival of Lights

Materials:
Trios Festival of Lights wire set (White Quartz, Dark Blue
Lapis, 925 Sterling Silver)
27mm Sterling Silver Square Swirl Toggle Clasp - 1 clasp
set
2mm x 2mm Sterling Silver Crimp Tubes - 34 crimps
3mm Sterling Silver Crimp Covers - 34 crimps
2" Sterling Silver Ball End Head Pins - 33 head pins
3mm Sterling Silver Round Beads - 47 rounds
4mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Light Sapphire
Satin Bicones - 48 light sapphire satin bicones
4mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Crystal Bicones 48 crystal bicones
4mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Montana Bicones 48 Montana bicones
11x16mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Crystal
Baroque Drops - 8 drops
15x26mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Crystal Leaf
Pendants - 6 leaf pendants
12x24mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Ocean Blue
Flat Teardrop Pendant - 1 teardrop pendant
6mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Natural White
Pearls - 24 natural white pearls
6mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Night Blue Pearls 13 night blue pearls
8mm Crystallized Swarovski Elements Night Blue Pearls 12 night blue pearls

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Cutters
Chain-nose pliers
Round-nose pliers
Flat-nose pliers
Crimping pliers
Bead Stoppers

Tools:

Beads and findings available from Beadfx.com.

Finished Size: 19"


Instructions:

1. Use 1 head pin to string 1 natural white pearl and form


a wire wrapped loop. Repeat entire step 23 times for a
total of 24 natural white pearl dangles. Set aside.
2. Use 1 head pin to string 1 night blue 6mm pearl and
form a wire wrapped loop. Repeat entire step 5 times
for a total of 6 night blue 6mm dangles. Set aside.
3. Use 1 head pin to string 1 night blue 8mm pearl and
form a wire wrapped loop. Repeat entire step 3 times
for a total of 4 night blue 8mm dangles. Set aside.

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4. Use 4" of 925 Sterling Silver wire to string 1 crimp tube
and the flat teardrop pendant. Pass back through the
tube, leaving a loop of wire large enough for the
pendant to move freely, and crimp. Cover the tube
with a crimp cover. Use the other end of the wire to
string 1 night blue 6mm pearl and 1 crimp tube. Pass
back through the tube, leaving about a 3mm loop of
wire, and crimp. Cover the tube with a crimp cover.
Set aside.
5. Use 4" of Dark Blue Lapis wire to string 1 crimp tube
and 1 leaf pendant. Pass back through the tube,
leaving a loop of wire large enough for the pendant
to move freely, and crimp. Cover the tube with a
crimp cover. Use the other end of the wire to string 1
night blue 6mm pearl and 1 crimp tube. Pass back
through the tube, leaving about a 3mm loop of wire,
and crimp. Cover the tube with a crimp cover. Set
aside. Repeat entire step 5 times for a total of 6 leaf
dangles.
6. Use 4" of White Quartz wire to string 1 crimp tube and 1
baroque drop. Pass back through the tube, leaving a
loop of wire large enough for the drop to move freely,
and crimp. Cover the tube with a crimp cover. Use
the other end of the wire to string 1 night blue 8mm
pearl and 1 crimp tube. Pass back through the tube,
leaving about a 3mm loop of wire, and crimp. Cover
the tube with a crimp cover. Set aside. Repeat entire
step 7 times for a total of 8 baroque dangles.
7. Cut 23" of Dark Blue Lapis wire. Place a Bead Stopper
on one end of the wire. Use the other end of the wire
to string {1 crystal bicone, 1 silver round, 1 crystal
bicone, 1 night blue 8mm dangle, 1 crystal bicone, 1
silver round, 1 crystal bicone, and 1 night blue 6mm
dangle} twice. String {1 crystal bicone, 1 silver round, 1
crystal bicone, 1 baroque dangle, 1 crystal bicone, 1
silver round, 1 crystal bicone, and 1 leaf dangle} four
times. String 1 crystal bicone, 1 silver round, 1 crystal
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bicone, 1 baroque dangle, 1 crystal bicone, 1 silver
round, 1 crystal bicone, the flat teardrop dangle, 1
crystal bicone, 1 silver round, 1 crystal bicone, and 1
baroque dangle. String {1 crystal bicone, 1 silver
round, 1 crystal bicone, 1 leaf dangle, 1 crystal
bicone, 1 silver round, 1 crystal bicone, and 1
baroque dangle} twice. String {1 crystal bicone, 1
silver round, 1 crystal bicone, 1 night blue 6mm
dangle, 1 crystal bicone, 1 silver round, 1 crystal
bicone, and 1 night blue 8mm dangle} twice. String 1
crystal bicone, 1 silver round, and 1 crystal bicone.
Place a Bead Stopper on the end of the wire.

8. Cut 23" of White Quartz wire. Place a Bead Stopper on


one end of the wire. Use the other end of the wire to
string {1 natural white dangle, 1 Montana bicone, 1
silver round, and 1 Montana bicone} 23 times. String 1
natural white dangle. Place a Bead Stopper on one
end of the wire.
9. Cut 23" of 925 Sterling Silver wire. Remove the Bead
Stoppers from one end each of the White Quartz and
Dark Blue Lapis wires.
10. Use all three wires to string 1 crimp tube. Place the
tube 2" from the wire ends and crimp. Cover the tube
with a crimp cover. Trim the tails of the White Quartz
and Dark Blue Lapis wires. Use the 925 Sterling Silver
wire to string 1 crimp tube and one half of the clasp.
Pass back through the tube and crimp. Cover the
tube with a crimp cover.
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11. Use the 925 Sterling Silver wire to pass through the
first dangle on the Dark Blue Lapis wire and string 1
light sapphire satin bicone. Pass the 925 Sterling
Silver wire through the first dangle on the White
Quartz wire and string 1 light sapphire satin
bicone. *Pass through the next dangle on the
Dark Blue Lapis wire and string 1 light sapphire
satin bicone. Pass through the next dangle on the
White Quartz wire and string 1 light sapphire satin
bicone. Repeat from * for the length of the
necklace. Finish by passing through the final
dangle on the Dark Blue Lapis wire.

12. Repeat Step 10 for the other end of the necklace,


using the other half of the clasp.
13. Projects not intended for children under the age
of 13. The information on this instruction sheet is
presented in good faith, but no warranty is given,
nor results guaranteed. Soft Flex Company
disclaims all liability from any injury to anyone
undertaking the construction of this project as a
result of improper safety precautions.

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The Beads
Ca. 12 gr. 11/0 seedbeads
Ca. 12 gr. 15/0 seedbeads
Ca. 20 gr. Rulla 5x3 mm
250 x 3 mm firepolished or round beads
7 (or more) 11x8 mm glass pearl drop* drilled from top to
bottom
11 (or more) 12 mm swarovski rivoli
[or similar, just remind yourself that you have to change the
amount of beads when you attach the drop]
TIP: Adjust the amount of the beads and rivolis to the length
andwidth of the necklace.
For the earrings

Ca. 5 gr. 11/0 Seed Beads [SB]


Ca. 5 gr. 15/0 Seed Beads [SB]
Ca. 1 gr. 8/0 Seed Beads [SB]
19 - Preciosa Pellet Beads [PB]
19 - 3 mm Fire Polished Beads [FP3]
01 - 6 mm Czechmates 2-holed lentil bead [LB]
01 - 18 mm LunaSoft cabochon
In this tutorial we will be using even-count peyote
and the picot stitch.
If you arent familiar with even-count peyote, dont worry,
I will show you step by step how to make the even-count
bezel for this pendant / ring my way :)
For now, have fun beading and enjoy!

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Chapter 1 | Making the bezel
Step 1 - Figure 1
String 38 x 11/0 SB, go through all the beads again and form a
circle. Come out of the second 11/0 SB you strung.

Step 2 - Figure 2
String on 1 x 11/0 SB, skip the next SB and go through the next SB.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round. Step up through the first
11/0 SB you strung and go 2 down so you will come out of a 11/0 SB
on the inside. See figure 2 for more clarity.
As you can see in figure 2 that you will get a zipper-like effect when
you complete your round.
Step 3 - Figure 3
Pick up 1 x 15/0 SB and go through the next 11/0 SB that sticks out.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round. Go through all the beads
you just added for a second time for strength.
Come out of a 11/0 SB that sticks out on the outside of your circle.
See figure 3 for more clarity.

Step 4 - Figure 4
Pick up 1 x 11/0 SB and go through the next 11/0 SB that sticks out.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round.
If you find it easier you can also put your LunaSoft cabochon in the
bezel at this point. See figure 4

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Step 5 - Figure 5 and 6
Repeat step 4 for another two times. If you finished each round step
up through the first 11/0 SB you strung.

Step 6 - Figure 7 and 8


Pick up 1 x 15/0 SB and go through the next 11/0 SB that sticks out.
Keep repeating this step until you have strung the last bead. Step
up to the first 15/0 SB you added previously and continue the
peyote stitch with the 15/0 SB

Step 7 - Figure 9
When weve added the last round of 15/0 SB go through only the
15/0 SBs you added in the last round. This way you will strengthen
the backside and it will sit more tightly.

Step 8 - Figure 10
We will now, without picking up a bead, going to go to a point to
where we will start the embellishing. Come out of the second 11/0
SB under 1 x 15/0 SB of step 3 and the 11/0 SB that sits beneath it.
See figure 10 for more clarity
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Chapter 2 | Embellishing
Step 1 - Figure 11
Pick up 3 x 15/0 SB and go through the next 11/0 SB of the same
peyote row. Repeat this step for the rest of the round.
Come out of the second 15/0 SB you strung.
This is the picot stitch.

Step 2 - Figure 12
Pick up 1 x FP3 and go through the second 15/0 SB of
the second picot.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round. Come out of
the first FP3 you strung.

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Step 3 - Figure 13
Pick up 1 x 11/0 SB and go through the next FP3. Repeat this step for
the rest of the round. Go through the same beads you just added
for a second time. Come out of the first 11/0 SB you strung.

Step 4 - Figure 14
Pick up 3 x 11/0 SB and go through the next 11/0 SB you added in
step 3. Repeat this step for the rest of the round.
NOTE: Do not go through these beads for a second time. It will be
harder to go through them later on in this pattern. We will also
strengthen this path later on.
Come out of the second 11/0 SB of the first picot you strung.

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Step 5 - Figure 15
Pick up 1 x PB and go through the second 11/0 SB of the next picot.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round. Go through all the beads,
you just added, for a second time and come out of
the first PB you strung.

Step 6 - Figure 16
Pick up 1 x 11/0 SB and go through the next PB. Repeat this step for
the rest of the round. Go through all the beads, you just added, for
a second time. Come out of the first 11/0 SB you strung.
NOTE: Keep a tight tension in this step! You will notice that your work
will curl backwards!

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Step 7 - Figure 17
Pick up 5 x 15/0 SB and go through the next 11/0 SB you added in
step 6. Repeat this step for the rest of the round.
Come out of the third 15/0 SB of the first bow you added in this step.

Step 8A - Figure 18 + 18A


Pick up 5 x 15/0 SB and go through the second 11/0 SB you added
in step 4.
NOTE: If you have trouble coming through the 11/0 SB you can go
through the 11/0 SB, from front to back. Dont pick up a bead and
go back, straight next to the 11/0 SB you went through, so you are
back on the front again.
Go back up through 2 x 15/0 SB of the row you just added.
Step 8B - Figure 18 + 18A
Pick up 3 x 15/0 SB and go through the third 15/0 SB of step 7.
Repeat step 8A and 8B for the rest of the round. Come out of the
third 15/0 SB of the first row you added in step 8A.

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NOTE: If you dont like the beads to stick out this much you can also
alter it by going back up 3 x 15/0 SB instead of 2 x in step 8A.
And add two instead of three for step 8B. For the rest it will stay
the same but the beads you add in the next step will not be
sticking out that much! At the end of this pattern
you will find an example of this.
Step 9 - Figure 19 + 19A
Pick up 1 x 15/0 SB and go up through the 3 x 15/0 SB
you added step 8B.
(if you used the instructions of the note in the previous step:
Pick up 1 x 15/0 SB and go up through 2 x 15/0 SB you
added in step 8B)
Pick up 1 x 15/0 SB and go through 3 x 15/0 SB
you added in step 8A.
(if you used the instructions of the note in the previous step: Pick up
1 x 15/0 SB and go through 2 x 15/0 SB you added in step 8A)
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and go through all the
beads, you just added, for a second time. Come out of the first 15/0
SB you added in this step.

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Chapter 3 | Attaching the bail
Step 1 - Figure 20
Ive rotated figure 20 so that the bail will show in the middle
of the diagram
Pick up 1 x 15/0 SB - 1 x lentil - 7 x 15/0 SB, go through the second
hole of the lentil, pick up 1 x 15/0 and go through the next 15/0 SB
on the same line of the 15/0 SB where you are coming out from.

Step 2 - Figure 21

Pick up 3 x 15/0 SB and go through the second 15/0 SB you added


in chapter 2 - step 9. Pick up 3 x 15/0 SB and go back through the
15/0 SB you started out from in chapter 3 - step 1.
Go through all the beads several times for strength. Then go back
into your work and weave back and forth untill your thread sits nice
and secure. Snip of your thread.

NOTE: As you notice in this diagram that the beads you added in
the previous step arent visible on the foreground. I did this so
I could show you how the beads and threadpath will lead behind
the beads you added in the previous step.

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Step 3 - Figure 22
Last but not least: Attach your bail to the loop we made in step 1.

If its gone right, you just finished the Solana pendant!


In these next steps you can find the adjustments you need to make
if you want to change the pendant into a large statement ring!
Dont worry it wont take much to change it :)

Chapter 4 | Changing the pendant into a ring!


Step 1 - Picture 1
Adjustments of chapter 1:
Step 6 - Well be going further with the peyote, insert the ring with
the platform, and cover the backside of the platform (see picture).
As you can see, you will also skip a bead sometimes untill the ring sits
snug and tight.
NOTE: You can glue the cabochon onto the ring. This will ensure
that it will stay together. I chose not to do this as mine is very tight
and doesnt move at all.

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Step 2 - Picture 1
Adjustments in chapter 2:
Step 6 - Replace the size 11/0 SB for size 8/0 SB. This will ensure that
the ring wont curl in as much as it does with the pendant.
Step 3 - Picture 2
Adjustmends in chapter 2:
Step 8 A and B - Follow the instructions below for
the adjustemnts of beads:
NOTE: If you dont like the beads to stick out this much you can also
alter it by going back up 3 x 15/0 SB instead of 2 x in step 8A.
And add two instead of three for step 8B. For the rest it will stay the
same but the beads you add in the next step will not be sticking out
that much! At the end of this pattern you will find
an example of this.

Step 4 - Picture 2
Adjustments in chapter 2:
Step 9 - Replace the 15/0 SB for 11/0 SB.
Step 9 - Instead of adding a bead between the beads I added an
11/0 SB at the end of the row you added in chapter 2 - step 8A.
NOTE: go through the beads several times to ensure that the beads
are nice and secure.
This was the last adjustment we needed to make the pendant into
a ring! And with that to the end of this pattern.
I do hope you enjoyed it and I am looking forward to seeing your
pendant or ring!
You can send finished pictures to info@biancmolendesigns.com.
Or just add me on facebook and share your
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Green / Silver pendant:

Blue / White / Grey pendant:

11/0 Seed Beads


TR-11-179 - Transparent Rainbow
Emerald Green

11/0 Seed Beads


TR-11-143F - Ceylon Frosted Aqua

15/0 Seed Beads


TR-15-506 - HigherMetallic June Bug

Firepolised Beads
Matte Metallic Aluminium
Pellet Beads
Labrador Full Silver
Czechmates 2-holed lentil
Silver
LunaSoft Cabochon
Crystal

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15/0 Seed Beads


TR-15-611 - MatteColor Opaque Gray
Firepolished Beads
White
Pellet Beads
Alabaster

Czechmates 2-holed lentil


Alabaster
LunaSoft Cabochon
Crystal

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Orange / Yellow /
Hematite pendant:
11/0 Seed Beads
TR-11-PF562 - Saffron Galvanized
Permanent Finish

Pink / Silver Ring:


11/0 Seed Beads
TR-11-PF563F
Matte Galvanized Orchid

15/0 Seed Beads


TR-15-42 - Opaque Dandelion

15/0 Seed Beads


TR-15-779 - Inside-Color Rainbow
Crystal/Salmon Lined

Firepolished Beads
Hematite

Firepolished Beads
Rosaline

Pellet Beads
Hematite

Pellet Beads
Labrador Full Silver

Czechmates 2-holed lentil


Hematite

LunaSoft Cabochon
Black Diamond

LunaSoft Cabochon
Orange

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For the necklace

Ca. 12 gr. 11/0 seedbeads


Ca. 12 gr. 15/0 seedbeads
Ca. 20 gr. Rulla 5x3 mm
250 x 3 mm firepolished or round beads
7 (or more) 11x8 mm glass pearl drop* drilled from top to
bottom
11 (or more) 12 mm swarovski rivoli

* [or similar, just remind yourself that you have to


change the amount of beads when you attach the drop]
TIP: Adjust the amount of the beads and rivolis to the
length andwidth of the necklace.
For the earrings

Ca. 3 gr. 11/0 seedbeads


Ca. 3 gr. 15/0 seedbeads
Ca. 2 gr. Rulla 5 x 3 mm
32 x 3 mm firepolished or round beads
2 x 12 mm swarovski rivoli
2 x 11x8 mm glass pearl drop* drilled from top to bottom
* [or compatible, just remind yourself that you have to
change The amount of beads when you attach the drop]

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For the bracelet

Ca. 7 gr. 11/0 seedbeads


Ca. 7 gr. 15/0 seedbeads
Ca. 8 gr. Rulla 5x3 mm
160 x 3 mm firepolished or round beads
7 (of meer) 12 mm swarovski rivoli

TIP: Adjust the amount of the beads and rivolis to the


length and width of the bracelet. Look at the tip at the
bottom of this page to count out the beads that you need
for one component.
Tools
Size 12 and 13 needle
C-lon AA of Nymo D or B [or similar to it]
2 x clasp + jumprings
1 pair of earhooks
Wax [threadheaven of beeswax is optional]
Scissors
TIP! In each component 16 x 3 mm beads - 4 x rulla kralen 1 x swarovski rivoli.
Keep in mind that you also need beads for in between the
components. Especially with the necklace you use extra
rulla and 3 mm beads. If you adjust the amount of
components of the main row of the necklace you need to
add an extra 11x8 glass pearl drop.
NB - I used seedbeads of Toho fort his tutorials. Sometimes
the beads of Toho and Miyuki can differ from size, if that is
the case, adjust the pattern as you see fit.

And last but not least: have fun beading!

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Picture above: Earrings


Picture below: Bracelet with round beads instead of
firepolished beads

Picture above: Necklace part 1


Picture below: Necklace part 2

You will find more examples at the end of this tutorial


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Making of a component
Step 1

Cut a thread length of ca. 1 arm length and pick up the


following beads:
3 x 11/0 - 1 x rulla - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x rulla - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x rulla - 3 x
11/0 - 1 x rulla
Go through all the beads again and come out of a 11/0 that
comes after a rulla.
See figure 1.
Step 2

Pick up 2 x 15/0, skip 1 x 11/0 and go through the next


11/0 - rulla - 11/0.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and come out of the
first 15/0 you threaded on.
See figure 2.

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Step 3

Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 15/0.


Pick up 1 x 3 mm FP and go through the second hole of the
rulla.
Pick up 1 x 3 mm FP and go through the first 15/0.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and come out of the
first 15/0 you threaded on.
See figure 3.
Step 4

Pick up 1 x 11/0 and go through the next 15/0 and 3 mm FP.


Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0.
Skip the rulla and go through the 3 mm FP and the first 15/0
thats on top.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and come out of a
11/0 that sits on the smal herringbone tower.
See figure 4.
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Step 5

We will now add the 12 mm rivoli (with the good side up) in this
step.
Pick up 2 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 - 2 x 11/0 and go through the 11/0
(indicated in dark red) that sits on the next herringbone tower.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and come out of the
second 11/0 that comes after 1 x 15/0.
See figure 5.
Step 6

Go further, without picking up a bead, through the 11/0 - 2 x


15/0 - 2 x 11/0. Skip the beads that are indicated in dark red.
Keep a tight tension on your thread in this step and the next.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round.
Go through all the beads without picking up a bead to make
it more secure. Come out of the first 11/0 that comes
after 2 x 15/0.
See figure 6.

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Step 7

Pick up 1 x 15/0 and go through the next 11/0.


Go further through the 2 x 15/0 and 1 x 11/0.
You will skip the 11/0 beads that are indicated in dark red.
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and come out of a
15/0 (see figure 7).
See figure 7.
Step 8 - adding the 3 mm firepolished beads

Switch from a size 12 needle to the size 13 needle.


Pick up 1 x 3 mm FP and go through the 11/0 from step 4
(indicated in dark red).
Pick up a 3 mm FP and go through the first 15/0 (indicated in
dark red) and the 15/0 next to it. See figure 8 for more clarity.
Go through all the beads again, without picking up a bead.

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Now go to the second 15/0 and come out of that one (see
figure 8 for more clarity).
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and go to the
backside where you will come out of a 11/0 from step 1.
You can also look at figure 9 for more clarity.

Step 8 A - adding rullas instead of FP beads.

Switch from a size 12 needle to the size 13 needle.


TIP: Sometimes miyuki and toho differ in size, if there i to much
space between the rulla and the 15/0 you come out, add a
extra 15/0. You will get this sequence: 1 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 1 x
15/0.
Pick up 1 x rulla - 1 x 15/0 and go through the 11/0 that is
indicated in red.
Pick up again 1 x 15/0 and go through the second hole of the
rulla and then through the first 15/0 and the next 15/0 (they are
indicated in dark red). See figure 8A for more clarity.

Go with your thread and needle alone through the beads you
just added.
Come out of the second 15/0 (see figure 8).
Repeat this step for the rest of the round and go to the
backside where you will come out of a 11/0 from step 1.
You can also look at figure 9 for more clarity.

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Step 9

Turn your component around so that your rivoli will point down!
Pick up 5 x 15/0 and go through the next middle 11/0
(indicated in dark red) from step 1.
Repeat this for the rest of the round and come out of the third
15/0 that you added in this step.
See figure 9.
* Tip: we are now working on the backside of the component!
Step 10

Go with your needle and thread, without picking up a bead,


through the next third 15/0 of the next row of 15/0s.
See figure 10 for more clarity.
Repeat this for the rest of the round, do keep a tight tension on
your thread. The beads you just added should form an X.
Come out of the second 15/0 on the left. (see figure 10).
See figure 10.
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Step 11

Go with your needle and thread, without picking up a bead,


through the next second 15/0 of the next row of 15/0s.
Go through the next 2 x 15/0 and go through the second 15/0
of the next row of 15/0s.
This way you will get the beads together for more firmness and
to cover the back of the rivoli for protection.
Go further without picking up a beads and come out of a 3
mm FP of step 3.
Weve finished our first component! Repeat steps 1 to 11. If you
are making the earrings, keep on the main thread to add the
beads. If you are making a necklace or bracelet, you can
finish of your thread back in the component, we will connect
the components for the necklace and bracelet
with new thread.
Make as many components as you need. If you want to make
a pair of earrings you will only need two components (look at
the what do you need section for the quantities).
You will need 8 or more components for the bracelet.
Although it may depend on the desired length of the bracelet.
For the necklace part you will need at least 11 or more
components. You can choose to add more components and
less length of part 2 of the necklace.

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From component to earring:


When you follow the next steps you will create a pair of
earrings with the component you just made.
Please note: In this description of making the earrings the rivoli
will always point downwards. You will work on the backside
and not on the front (where the rivoli is visible).

Step 1:
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3
mm FP. Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 15/0 (3 mm
FP is indicated in dark red).

Step 2:
*In this step you can thread on your earhook or put in on later
when its finished.*
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 7 x 15/0 and go through the second
hole of the rulla and pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the next
3 mm FP.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Step 3:
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3
mm FP. Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Step 4:
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 - 1 x drop - 1 x 15/0 and go
back with your needle through the drop.
Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the second hole of the rulla.
Again, pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.


The first earring is finished. Work your thread back in your
component or go through the beads you just added. Repeat
step 1 to 4 again for the second earring.
From component to bracelet:
Before we begin: work your thread back into your components
and snip it off. We will use a new piece of thread for
connecting the components for the bracelet.
We are working on the backside! This means that the good
side of the rivoli is pointing downwards.
Step 1:

Come, with your thread, out of a 3 mm FP that sits on the right


side of the rulla.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3
mm FP.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
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Step 2:

Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3


mm FP (that sits on the right side of the rulla) of a new
component. See figure 2.
Step 3:

Repeat step 1 and 2 for all the components save for one.
When you are at the last component, just repeat step 1. See
figure 3.
Were now making a loop where you can attach your clasp
on (step 4).
Step 4:

Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 4 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/- 4 x 15/0 - go back


through the second hole of the rulla - 2 x 15/0 and go through
the next 3 mm FP. If you need more beads for attaching your
clasp, just add them or change the loop to your own taste!

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Step 5:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.


Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3
mm FP.

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.


Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the rulla that you added in the
last steps. Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the 3 mm FP of the
next component (it sits on the left side of the rulla).
Repeat this step for the rest of the bracelet until you come to
your last component and you come out of a 3 mm FP that sits
on the left side of the rulla. Here we will create the same loop
as we did in step 4.
Your bracelet is now finished and you can work your thread
back in the bracelet and snip it off!
Do you want to see figure 5 larger? I added an enlarged
version of this one at the end of the tutorial. If you want you
can print it out for your convenience.
Connecting the components for the necklace:
In this part of the tutorial we will make the first part of the
necklace. I used 11 components to make the example
necklace but you can add more components at your own
taste. I will follow the example in this description with 11
components.
You can choose later if you want to add more components or
not because we do add another separate part where we
dont use components that we will attach to this part of
necklace.

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Also you can lay out the necklace on your working surface
and measure it. In this way you can see if you need more
components to get the desired length.
Or that you will leave it like this and finish the necklace
with the description of the second part.
You will find that part after this one, connection the
components.
Please note: the rivoli will always point downwards. You will be
working on the backside and not on the front
(where the rivoli is visible).
NB: please take notice on the position of the component. We
will be beading against the clock unless said different.

Step 1: Snip of a length of thread that works for you.


You can also keep a longer endthread so you can use it later
as your main thread.
Go with your needle, from bottom to top, through a 3 mm FP
(dark red). See figure 1.

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Step 2:

Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 - 1 x glass drop - 1 x 15/0.


Go back through the drop, the last threaded 15/0 is now a
stopper bead.
Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the second hole of the rulla,
pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP
(indicated in dark red).
Step 4:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Step 5:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 3 x 15/0.


Pick up a second component and go with your needle from
bottom to top through a 3 mm FP that sits on the right side
of a rulla.
See figure 4 for more clarity.
Step 6:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Step 7:
Repeat steps 2 to 6.
Step 8:

Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 and pick up a second


component and go with your needle through a 3 mm FP that
sits on the right side of a rulla (in figure 6 you can see that the 3
mm FP sits on the left side of the rulla, this is how you see it when
you lay it in front of you on your work surface like figure 6).
Step 9:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Step 10:

Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3


mm FP.
Step 11:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Step 12:

Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 - 1 x glass drop - 1 x 15/0. Go


back through the drop. Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the
second hole of the rulla, pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the
next 3 mm FP.
Step 13:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Step 14:

Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3


mm FP.
Step 15:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP. Pick up 2 x


15/0 and go through the second hole of the rulla. Pick up 2 x
15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP that sits on the right of
the component. See figure 13 for more clarity.

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Step 16: Repeat step 6 to 11.

Step 17: Repeat steps 8 to 16.

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Step 18: Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 - 1 x glass drop - 1 x


15/0. Go back through the drop. Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go
through the second hole of the rulla, pick up 2 x 15/0 and go
through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3
mm FP.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the second hole of the rulla,
pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 3 x 15/0. Pick up a new component
and go with your needle through a 3 mm FP that sits on the right
side of a rulla. See figure 16 for more clarity.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 - 1 x glass drop - 1 x 15/0. Go
back through the drop. Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the
second hole of the rulla, pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the
next 3 mm FP.

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.


Pick up 3 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 3 x 15/0. Pick up a new component
and go with your needle through a 3 mm FP that sits on the right
side of a rulla. See figure 16 for more clarity.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 2 x 15/0 - 1 x glass drop - 1 x 15/0. Go
back through the drop. Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the
second hole of the rulla, pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the
next 3 mm FP.
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Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

Come out of a 3 mm FP on the end of connecting the


components. You can choose to add more components or if
its good like this.
If you want to add more components, you can look on the
images of the previous steps on how to attach the component.
Were now going to go further with connecting the
components!
Bead further, without picking up a bead, through the rulla and
the 3 mm FP that comes next to it. See figure 17 for more
clarity.
Step 19:

Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

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Pick up 2 x 15/0 - 1 x 11/0 - 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3


mm FP.
Pick up 3 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.

Pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the second hole of the rulla,


pick up 2 x 15/0 and go through the next 3 mm FP.
Repeat this step for the rest of the necklace and work your
thread back into your component and snip it off.
You can find an enlarged image (of this part of the necklace)
at the end of this tutorial. You can print it out if you want to.

Were now finished with connecting the components,


Go further with the next step on making the second part of the
necklace. In this way you can easily adjust the length of the
necklace.
Making the necklace part:
This is the last part of the necklace, you connect this to the
other part that you just made. In order to complete the
necklace you need to follow the steps below twice.
Tip! Its in my experience that its more easy
to make this part of the necklace separate
from the other part. Now you can adjust
if you made a mistake without going through it all over again.
NOTE: Please note: the rivoli will always point downwards.
You will be working on the backside and not on the front
(where the rivoli is visible).

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Step 1:

Put two needles on the end of a new thread. Go with one of


the needles through the skipped rulla of the last component.
See figure 1 for clarity.
The pick up the following beads on each side:
1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0.

Then pick up with your left needle 1 x 3 mm FP and cross with


your right needle through the 3 mm FP.
Your left needle becomes the right needle. Your right needle
becomes your left needle.
Step 2:

Pick up on each side 1 x 3 mm FP.

Pick up on your left needle 1 x 3 mm FP and cross with your right


needle through the 3 mm FP.
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Your left needle becomes the right needle. Your right needle
becomes your left needle.

Step 3:

Pick up with on both needles: 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x


rulla - 3 x 15/0. Go with your needle back through the second
hole of the rulla.
Then pick up with both needles: 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0.
Pick up on your left needle 1 x 3 mm FP and cross with your right
needle through the 3 mm FP.
Your left needle becomes the right needle. Your right needle
becomes your left needle.
Step 4:

Pick up on each side 1 x 3 mm FP.


Pick up on your left needle 1 x 3 mm FP and cross with your right
needle through the 3 mm FP.
Your left needle becomes the right needle. Your right needle
becomes your left needle.
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Step 5:

Pick up with on both needles: 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1


x rulla - 3 x 15/0. Go with your needle back through the
second hole of the rulla.

Then pick up with both needles: 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0.


Pick up on your left needle 1 x 3 mm FP and cross with your
right needle through the 3 mm FP.
Your left needle becomes the right needle. Your right needle
becomes your left needle.
Step 6:

Repeat step 4 and step 5 until you reached the desired


length. If you are satisfied with the length, go further with
step 7.
Step 7:

Were now going to make a loop to attach your clasp. Note:


were going further with just one thread (left needle!)
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Tip: if you dont need an extra jumpring for attaching your


clasp, you can thread on your clasp at the same time as you
add the beads.
Pick up: 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 1 x 15/0 - 5 x 11/0
(change the amount of beads if its not enouch to attach your
clasp) - 1 x 15/0. Go through the second hole of the rulla (you
just created the your loop). Pick up 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0
and then go from right to left through the 3 mm FP as shown in
figure 6.
Step 8:

Go back through the next beads without picking up a bead:


1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 1 x 15/0 - 5 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0
- 1 x rulla (2nd hole) - 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x 3 mm FP - 1
x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla - 3 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla (2nd hole)
- 1 x 15/0.
Come out of a 15/0 that sits before a rulla, see figure 7.
Step 9:

Go now, still without picking up a bead, through the middle


15/0 that sits on top of a rulla (R2). See figure 8 for more clarity.
The middle one is indicated in a dark red color.
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Go further through the 15/0 (in the opposite direction so that


the seedbeads comes to stand on top of the rulla) that sits in
front of the rulla (R1). Go further through the rulla (R1) - 3 x 15/0 rulla - 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x 3 mm FP - 1 x 15/0 - 3 x
11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x rulla -3 x 15/0 - 2nd hole of the rulla - 1 x 15/0.
Repeat the beginning of this step: Go now, still without picking
up a bead, through the middle 15/0 that sits on top of a rulla
(R2). See figure 8 for more clarity. The middle one is indicated in
a dark red color.
Step 10:

Repeat step 9 until you come back to the rulla where you
started this part of the necklace (see step 1). Come out of the
15/0 before the rulla.
Go through the rulla - 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x 3 mm FP 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0.

At the moment the necklace should look like this:


Step 11: This step is optional, you can skip it or replace the 11/0
for a 15/0.

Pick up 1 x 11/0 and go through the next beads without picking


up a bead: 1 x 15/0 - 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0 - 1 x 3 mm FP - 1 x 15/0 3 x 11/0 - 1 x 15/0.

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Step 12:

If you have chosen to skip step 11 then you can weave your
thread back in your work and finish.
If you have decided to do step 11, then you can repeat step 11
for the rest of the necklace and you can weave your thread
back in your work and finish.
We are ready with one part of the necklace. Repeat steps 1
through 12 for the 2nd side.
We are already at the end of this tutorial. I hope that you, like
me, enjoyed to make this components and process them into a
piece of jewellery.
Try to experiment and enjoy beading!

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More examples of Lady Evanthia


During the testing we also tested whether we could show more
of the rulla's. We then tried to use rullas instead of
firepolished beads.
Below you can see the result of Sandra Verzijden.

Picture above: Necklace with rulla's instead of


firepolished beads.
Picture below: Earrings with rulla's instead of firepolished beads.

I think it's become such a beautiful set and as you can see you
get a totally different effect if you use rulla's instead of
firepolished beads.
Picture above: Earrings with spike beads instead of glass pearls.
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Information:
First of all I want to thank you for buying this pattern.
This pattern is for personal and commercial use. This means
that you may sell your finished work, that is made with this
pattern, as long as you dont mass produce.
These instructions, both written as photographed or
computer made remain exclusively in my copyright. The
purchase of this pattern gives no transfer of all rights to the
design and pattern.
Teaching, sharing or distribution of this pattern
(electronic or any other way) is prohibited
without express written permission from me.
I would really appreciate it if, when you sell your work or place
pictures of your work, you would mention me as the designer.
For more information, questions or comments you can always
contact me via e-mail address info@biancmolendesigns.com.
I will contact you as soon as possible
Also, I would find it very nice to see the result of my
patterns back and you can email photos if you like!
On www.biancmolendesigns.com you can find more patterns
(free and paid).
The following attachments are complete figures
of connecting the components and the bracelet.
You can print them if you like.

Copyright Statement:
Published with permission from Bianc van der Molen

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About the Author

Bianca van der Molen

Bianca van der Molen is a self-taught


designer with a passion for beads. In addition
to designing and making jewelry, she is
engaged in drawing, painting, and
photography as hobbies. Visit her at

www.biancmolendesigns.com

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Materials and Colors:


12 - 2.5x5m Superduos - Czech Turquoise
Blue/Picasso
8 - Size 8/0 Seed Beads - Miyuki Dark Bronze
8 - Size 11/0 Seed Beads - Miyuki Dark Bronze
60 - Size 15/0 Seed Beads - Miyuki Dark Bronze
2 - Earring Findings
4lb or 6lb Fireline ( I prefer 4lb)
Size 11 Needle
Flat Needle Nose Pliers

This pattern is rated at Advanced Beginner. Comfortable working


with 2-Hole beads, Picot stitch and ending and adding
a new thread.
Starting the Earring: Use about 1 yd of thread for each
Earring. Leave about a 3 tail.

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Step 1.
a. String 4 Bs. (Figure 1, Blue)
b. Making a circle pass back through all the 4 Bs you just strung.
(Figure 1, Red)

Step 2.
a. You should have a circle with your 4 Bs. (Figure 2, Green)
b. Tie a Surgeons Knot with your working thread and your 3 tail.
(See Figure 2 A, forninstructions on how to make a
Surgeons Knot.)

Step 2 A: Surgeons Knot:


To make a Surgeons Knot, bring the left thread over and around
the right thread twice. Bring the right thread over and around the
left thread one time and pull to tighten.

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Step 3. Adding the Superduos.
a. Pass your needle through the next 2 Bs. (Figure 3, Purple)
b. String 1 A; pass through the next B. (Figure 3, Blue)
c. Repeat Step 3 b., 3 more times.

Step 4. Making the bottom of the Earring.


a. You should be exiting a B (See Figure 4, Green Dot)
b. Working in a Counter Clockwise direction; pass through the
following beads: A (bottom hole), 1 B and A (bottom hole).
(Figure 4, Green)
c. String 3 Ds; step up by passing through the A top hole. (Figure
4, Purple)
d. String 1 C, 1 A, 3 Ds; step up by passing through the A top
hole. (Figure 4, Blue)
e. String 3 Ds; step down by passing through the A bottom hole.
(Figure 4, Red)
f. String 1 C; pass through the next existing A top hole; String 3 Ds;
step down by passing through A bottom hole. (Figure 4, Black)

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Step 5. Making top of the Earring.
a. You should be exiting a A bottom hole of the bead.
(See Figure 5, Purple Dot)
b. In a Counter Clockwise direction pass through the following
beads: 3 Bs and A (bottom hole).
(Figure 5, Purple)
c. String 3 Ds; step by passing through the A top hole.
(Figure 5, Blue)
d. String 1 C, 1 A and 3 Ds; step up by passing through the A top
hole. (Figure 5, Red)
e. String 3 Ds, 1 Earring Finding and 3 Ds; making a circle in a
clockwise direction, pass through the A top hole.
(Figure 5, Green)
f. String 3 Ds; step down by passing through the A bottom hole.
(Figure 5, Black)
g. String 1 C; pass through the next existing A top hole. String 3
Ds; step down by passing through the A bottom hole.
(Figure 5, Orange)

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Finishing Your Earring:
Step 6.
a. You should be exiting a A bottom hole.
(See Figure 6, Purple Dot)
b. In a counter clockwise direction, pass through the next to
existing 2 Bs. (or until you meet up with the tail string.)
(Figure 6, Purple)
c. At this point you can either tie a surgeons knot with your working
thread and tail, or you can just weave your thread back into your
Earring to secure your work. Cut both your working thread and tail.
d. If you havent added your earring finding to the loop you
stitched in Step 5 e., then you can put it on at this point by using a
flat needle nose pliers to open the hole of the earring finding. Slip
earring finding through the loop, and close the earring finding by
using the flat needle nose pliers.

Step 7. Repeat Steps 1 through Steps 6 for your other Earring.

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About the Author

Renee Kovnesky
Hi, my name is Renee Kovnesky from Wisconsin - owner/designer
of the online Etsy Store, Elegance by Renee,
which sells beadweaving tutorials and kits.
I am a self-taught beader since 2010, from magazines, the internet by buying
tutorials and from the wonderful free patterns designers offered.
2 years ago I was offered a teaching job at a local bead store,
to teach beadweaving classes. Never have taught a beadweaving class before,
I had a wonderful time helping and teaching others to bead!!!!
1 1/2 years ago my designing and creativity just took off, thanks to my friends,
students and customers that helped me by their inspiration and encouragment,
that one day I just sat down and started to create my 1st design,
and have not stopped since.
My two favorite things about selling and teaching my designs is by seeing
the excitment and the color combinations that my students and customers create.
It truly inspires me to continue to teach and design.
If I am not beading, teaching, designing and beading with friends,
I am busy creating cards, upcycle jewelry boxes, fishing and most of all spending
time with my family, friends and my Husband who is my biggest supporter!!!!
Follow me at:
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My Facebook Page: http://ElegancebyRenee.facebook.com
My Blog: http://elegancebyrenee.blogspot.com
Email: elegancebyrenee@yahoo.com

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Dazzling in the New Year


2014 has been a good year. A lot of things have happened
over the period of one year; both good and bad things. Let
us learn from the not so good things and move onto a new
year! Bring about a fresh and new spirit and let us welcome
in the New Year! It is 2015! A new year! This year will be our
best year yet! Let us strive to be better and more productive
in 2015!
To celebrate the New Year, why dont we take a look at
some awesome pieces that other jewelry designers have
created? Inspirations can come from anything! Let us sit
back and enjoy these amazing designs! In the future,
you will never know, one of your designs may very well be
the hottest piece on the world wide web!
Let us have a look at some wonderful necklaces and
earrings. The designs are fresh, and it brings about the feel of
the New Year. Their colors and designs are just exquisite!
These designs certainly do uplift your soul and boosts you to
gear towards having an awesome New Year!

by SparkleBeastDesign

by StarJewels

by BeadingTimes

by LovelysbyLaura

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Dazzling in the New Year

by AnneEmmaJewelry

by AnneEmmaJewelry

by EarthlyBaubles

by BloomingEnamels

by VeraidaGifts

by WedunitJewels

Right next are these bracelets which would definitely give your
outfit of the day that pop feel to get you motivated and
feeling happy during this year!

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Dazzling in the New Year

by kluster

by reccabella

by BijiJewelry

by StylTrinkets

by BeadedSeasons

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Dazzling in the New Year

by RealSimple
by Peggy Albright
Let your creative flow and enable you to be like these
awesome designers!

Dont some of these designs remind you of fireworks? What


festive celebration would be complete without some sparks
right? Let us be that spark and don on some jewelry that will
light up someones day.
Always keep in mind that whether we like it or not, the New
Year holds new challenges and opportunities, it is up to us on
how to handle and face these challenges and opportunities!

Spread happiness and show the world what you can offer!
Have a great year!

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Materials for a 19 Necklace


123 - 6mm 2 Hole Triangles
146 - 4mm Bicones
19 - 4mm Pearls
1 - 8mm Pearl
.05g (82) - Size 15/0 Seed Beads
6g (542) - Size 11/0 Seed Beads
1 - Clasp
4lb or 6lb Fireline
1 - Size 11 Needle

This pattern is rated at Advanced Beginner.


Comfortable working with 2-Hole
beads, Picot stitch and ending and adding a new thread.

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Making the Large Middle Component:


Step 1.
a. Before you start to string your beads, lay out 6 Triangle
beads so they are all facing the same way (See Figure 1). This
will make it easier when you are ready to string them.

NOTE: TL - Triangle Left Hole


TR - Triangle Right Hole
Step 2. You will need about 1 1/2 yards of thread.
a. String the following beads: 1 B, 1 E, 3 As (TL), 1 E, 1 B, 1 E, 3 As
(TL), 1E,
1 B, 1 E, 3 As (TL) and 1 E. (Figure 2, Blue)

Step 3. Leave about a 4 inch tail.


a. Make a circle by passing back through all the beads you
strung starting with the first B in Step 2 to secure your beads.
(Figure 3, Red)
b. Tie a surgeons knot with your tail. If you dont know how to tie
a surgeons knot see Figure 3A.

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Figure 3A: Surgeons Knot:


To make a Surgeons Knot, bring the left thread over and around
the right thread twice. Bring the right thread over and around the
left thread one time and pull to tighten.

Step 4. Make sure that your triangle peaks are facing up


as you continue.
The empty holes of the triangles (TR) should be facing
on the outside.
a. Your Surgeons Knot should be between the E and B bead.
(See Figure 4, Red Dot)
b. Pass through the next existing B. (Figure 4, Red)
c. String 1 F. (Figure 4, Blue)
d. Pass up through the existing 3 As on the opposite side of the
B you are currently exiting from. The Pearl should sit nice and
snug in between the beads. (Figure 4, Purple)

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Step 5. You will be turning the component in a Clockwise


direction as you add your beads.
a. You should be exiting the A bead.
(Figure 5, Red Dot)
b. Step up by passing through the A top hole.
(Figure 5, Red)
c. String 1 D, pass through the next existing A,
String 1 D, pass through the next existing A,
String the following beads: 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D
(Figure 5, Purple)
d. Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A,
String the following beads: 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D
(Figure 5, Green)
e. Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A,
String the following beads: 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D
(Figure 5, Blue)
f. Pass through the next existing A and D beads.
(Figure 5, Orange)

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Step 6. Making the Picots.


As you are adding the picots you will be moving
your component in Clockwise Direction. T
ry to keep a tight tension.
a. You should be exiting from the D bead that is
between the 2 As. (See Figure 6, Green Dot)
b. String 3 Ds. (Figure 6, Green)
c. Make a circle by passing back through
following existing beads:
1 D (that you had exited from before you strung the 3 Ds),
1 A and 1 D (Figure 6, Purple)
d. String 3 Ds. (Figure 6, Blue)
e. Make a circle by passing back through
the following existing beads:
1 D (that you exited from before you strung the 3 Ds)
1 A, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D. (Figure 6, Orange)
f. String 3 Ds (Figure 6, Teal)
g. Make a circle by passing back through
the following existing beads:
1 D (that you exited from before you strung the 3 Ds)
1 B, 1 D, 1 A and 1 D. (Figure 6, Red)

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Step 7. a. Repeat Steps 6 a. through g. 1 more time to complete the


other Picots to your component.
(Figure 7, illustrates what your component will look like when you
complete Step 6 the second time.)

Step 8. Completing the Picots. You will be rotaing the component in


a Clockwise direction as you continue.
a. You should be exiting from the D bead that is between
the 2 As. (See Figure 8, Green Dot)
b. String 3 Ds. (Figure 8, Green)
c. Make a circle by passing back through following existing beads:
1 D (that you had exited from before you strung the 3 Ds),
1 A and 1 D (Figure 8, Purple)
d. String 3 Ds. (Figure 8, Blue)
e. Make a circle by passing back through the following
existing beads:
1 D (that you exited from before you strung the 3 Ds), 1 A,
1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 A and 1 D. (Figure 8, Orange)

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Step 9. Adding the Bicone to the Large Middle Component.


You will be rotating the component in a Clockwise direction
as you continue.
a. You should be exiting the D bead that is between
the 2 As. (See Figure 9, Blue Dot)
b. Pass through the following existing beads: 1 A, 1 D, 1 A,
1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 A and 1 D (Figure 9, Blue)
c. Continue by passing through the next following existing beads:
1 A and 3 Ds (in the existing Picot). (Figure 9, Green)
d. String 1 B. (Figure 9, Red)
e. Pass through the next following existing 3 Ds
(in the existing Picot).
f. Repeat Steps 9 c. through e. by passing through the beads
1 or 2 more time to secure the Bicone.

Step 10. End thread by either weaving thread back into


component and cut thread. (do the same for the tail thread.) Or
meet up with the tail, tie a Surgeons Knot, weave the working
and tail thread back into the component and cut both threads.

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Step 12. Leave about a 4 inch tail.


a. Make a circle by passing back through all the beads you strung
starting with the first B in Step 2 to secure your beads. (Figure 11, Red)
b. Tie a surgeons knot with your tail. If you dont know how to tie a
surgeons knot see Figure 11A.

Figure 11A: Surgeons Knot:


To make a Surgeons Knot, bring the left thread over and around the
right thread twice. Bring the right thread over and around the left
thread one time and pull to tighten.

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Step 13. Make sure that your triangle peaks are facing up as you
continue.
a. Your Surgeons Knot should be between the E and B bead.
(See Figure 12, Green Dot)
b. Pass through the next existing B. (Figure 12, Green)
c. String 1 C. (Figure 12, Purple)
d. Pass up through the existing B on the opposite side of the B
you are currently exiting from. The Pearl should sit nice and snug in
between the beads. (Figure 12, Orange)

Step 14. You will be turning your component in a Clockwise


direction as as you are adding your beads.
a. You should be exiting the B bead. (Figure 13, Blue Dot)
b. Pass through the next existing beads: 1 E and 3 As (Figure 13, Blue)
c. Step up by passing through the A top hole. (Figure 13, Red)
d. String 1 D, pass through the next existing A, String 1 D, pass
through the next existing A, String the following beads: 1 D,
1 B, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D (Figure 13, Green)
e. Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A,

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String the following beads: 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D (Figure 13, Purple)


f. Pass through the next existing A and D beads.
(Figure 13, Orange)

Step 15. Making the Picots. As you are adding the Picots you will
be moving your component in Clockwise direction. Try to keep
a tight tension.
a. You should be exiting from the D bead that is between the 2 As.
(See Figure 14, Green Dot)
b. String 3 Ds. (Figure 14, Green)
c. Make a circle by passing back through following existing beads:
1 D (that you had exited from before you strung the 3 Ds), 1 A and 1
D (Figure 14, Purple)
d. String 3 Ds. (Figure 14 Blue)
e. Make a circle by passing back through the following
existing beads:
1 D (that you exited from before you strung the 3 Ds)
1 A, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D. (Figure 14, Orange)
f. String 3 Ds (Figure 14, Teal)
g. Make a circle by passing back through the following
existing beads:
1 D (that you exited from before you strung the 3 Ds)
1 B, 1 D, 1 A and 1 D. (Figure 14, Red)

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Step 16.
a. Repeat Steps 15 a. through g. 1 more time to complete the other
Picots to your component.
(Figure 15, illustrates what your component will look like when
you complete Step 15 the second time.)

Step 17. Adding the embellishment to the Small Middle Component.


a. You should be exiting the D bead that is between the 2 As. (See
Figure 16, Blue Dot)
b. In a Clockwise direction pass through the following existing A
and 3 Ds (in the existing Picot) (Figure 16, Blue)
c. String 1 B. (Figure 16, Green)
d. In a Clockwise direction, passing through the next existing 3 Ds (in
the existing Picot).
(Figure 16, Purple)
e. Repeat Step 17 b. through d. by passing through the beads one
more time to secure the Bicone.

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Step 18.
a. You should be exiting the D bead that is between the 2 As.
(See Figure 17, Blue Dot)
b. In a Clockwise direction pass through the following existing A,
3 Ds (in the existing Picot) and 1 B. (Figure 17, Blue)
c. String 4 Ds, 1 B and 1 D. (Figure 17, Green)
d. Pass back through 1 B and 1 D you just strung in Step 18 c.
(Figure 17, Purple)
e. String 3 Ds. (Figure 17, Orange)
f. In a Counter Clockwise direction, make a circle by passing through
the B bead. (Figure 17, Red)
g. Repeat Steps 18 c. through f. by passing through the beads 1 or 2
more times to secure the embellishment you just created.

Connecting the 2 Middle Components:


Step 19: You will be moving the component in a clockwise dirction
as you work.
a. You should be exiting the B bead.
(See Figure 18, Green Dot)
b. Pass through the following next existing beads:
3 Ds (in the existing Picots), 1 A, 1 D, 1 A, 1 D 1 B, 1 D, 1 B,
1 D, 1 A and 1 D. (Figure 18, Green)

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c. Continue to pass through the following next existing beads:


1 A and 3 Ds (in the existing Picot). (Figure 18, Purple)
d. Pick up the Large Middle Component;
pass though the existing B at the bottom of the Large Middle
Component. (This was the last B bead you added to the Large
Middle Component in Step 9) (Figure 18, Red)
e. Pass through the 3 Ds (in the Picot) of the Small Middle
Component. (Figure 18, Blue)
f. Repeat Steps 19 c. through e. by passing through the beads 2 or 3
more times to secure the components.
g. Weave the working thread to meet up with your tail and tie a
Surgeons Knot. Weave both threads back into the component and
cut thread. Or just weave thread and tail back into the
component and cut thread.

Making the Sides of the Necklace:


Step 20. You will need about 1 1/2 yards of thread. See Step 1 how to
set up the Triangles before you string them.
a. String the following beads: 1 B, 1 E, 3 As (TL), 1 E, 1 B, 1 E, 3 As (TL)
and 1 E. (Figure 19, Blue)

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Step 21. Leave about a 4 inch tail.


a. Make a circle by passing back through all the beads you strung
starting with the first B in Step 2 to secure your beads.
(Figure 20, Red)
b. Tie a surgeons knot with your tail. If you dont know how to tie a
surgeons knot see Figure 20A.

Figure 20A: Surgeons Knot:


To make a Surgeons Knot, bring the left thread over and around the
right thread twice. Bring the right thread over and around the left
thread one time and pull to tighten.

Step 22. Make sure that your triangle peaks are facing up
as you continue.
a. Your Surgeons Knot should be between the E and B bead.
(See Figure 21, Green Dot)
b. Pass through the next existing B. (Figure 22, Green)

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c. String 1 C. (Figure 21, Purple)


d. Pass up through the existing B on the opposite side of the B
you are currently exiting from. The Pearl should sit nice and snug in
between the beads. (Figure 21, Orange)

Step 23. You will be turning your component in a Clockwise direction


as as you are adding your beads.
a. You should be exiting the B bead. (Figure 22, Blue Dot)
b. Pass through the next existing beads:
1 E and 3 As (Figure 22, Blue)
c. Step up by passing through the A top hole.
(Figure 22, Red)
d. String 1 D, pass through the next existing A,
String 1 D, pass through the next existing A,
String the following beads: 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D
(Figure 22, Green)
e. Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A, String 1 D,
Pass through the next existing A,
String the following beads: 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B and 1 D
(Figure 22, Purple)
f. Pass through the next existing A and D beads.
(Figure 22, Orange)

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Step 24.
Making the Picots. As you are adding the picots you will be moving
your component in Clockwise Direction. Try to keep a tight tension.
a. You should be exiting from the D bead that is between
the 2 As. (See Figure 23, Green Dot)
b. String 3 Ds. (Figure 23, Green)
c. Make a circle by passing back through following
existing beads:
1 D (that you had exited from before you strung the 3 Ds),
1 A and 1 D (Figure 23, Purple)
d. String 3 Ds. (Figure 23, Blue)
e. Make a circle by passing back through
The following existing beads:
1 D (that you exited from before you strung the 3 Ds) 1 A, 1 D,
1 B and 1 D. (Figure 23, Orange)
f. String 3 Ds (Figure 23, Teal)
g. Make a circle by passing back through the following
existing beads:
1 D (that you exited from before you strung the 3 Ds)
1 B, 1 D, 1 A and 1 D. (Figure 23, Red)

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Step 25.
a. Repeat Steps 24 a. through g. 1 more time to complete the other
Picots to your component.
(Figure 24, illustrates what your component will look like when you
complete Step 24 the second time.)

Step 26. Adding the Bicones to the end of the Component.


a. You should be exiting the D bead that is between the 2 As.
(See Figure 25, Blue Dot)
b. In a Clockwise direction pass through the following existing A
and 3 Ds (in the existing Picot). (Figure 25, Blue)
c. String 1 B. (Figure 25, Red)
d. In a Clockwise direction pass through the following existing 3 Ds
(in the existing Picot). (Figure 25, Green)
e. Repeat Steps 26 b. through d. by passing all the beads 1 or
2 more times to secure the Bicone.

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Step 27. Connecting the Small component to the Left side of the
Large Middle Component first. (You will connect the Small
components together in the same matter.)
NOTE: Make sure all the 2-hole triangles are facing up
when connecting the components.

a. You should be exiting the D bead after securing the Bicone on


the end. (Figure 26, Blue Dot)
b. In a Clockwise direction, pass through the following existing beads:
1 A, 3 Ds (in the existing Picot) and 1 B (Figure 26, Blue)
c. Pick up the Large Middle Component; In a Counter Clockwise
direction pass through the following existing beads: 3 Ds (in the
existing Picot of the Large Middle Component), 1 A and 3 Ds (in the
existing Picot of the Large Middle component). (Figure 26, Green)
d. Continuing in a Counter Clockwise direction pass through the
middle B bead. (Figure 26, Purple)
e. Repeat Steps 27 c. and d. by passing through all the beads 1 or 2
mores to secure the components.

Ending your thread for each component:


Step 28. You can either weave the thread to meet up with the tail
and tie a Surgeons Knot or you can weave your working thread
through your component and cut thread. Weave the tail through the
component and cut thread.
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Step 29. Repeat Steps 20 through 28 to complete the left side of


the Necklace with the Small components.
Attaching the Clasp to the End of the Necklace:
Step 30. Weaving to the other end of the component to add
the last Bicone.
a. After you have connected your last component you should be
exiting the D bead that is between the 2 As.
(See Figure 27, Blue Dot)
b. In a Counter Clockwise direction, pass through the following
existing beads to the other side of your component to add the
last Bicone:
1 A, 1 D, 1 A, 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 B, 1 D, 1 A and 1 D. (Figure 27, Blue)
c. Continue to pass through the following existing beads: 1 A and
3 Ds (in the existing Picot).
(Figure 27, Purple)
d. String 1 B. (Figure 27, Orange)
e. In a Clockwise direction, pass through the next existing 3 Ds
(in the existing Picot). (Figure 27, Green)
f. Repeat Steps 30 c. through e. by passing through the beads
1 or 2 more times to secure the bicone.

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Step 31. Adding the Clasp.


a . You should be exiting the D bead from (See Figure 28, Blue Dot)
b. In a Clockwise direction, pass through the following existing beads:
1 A, 3 Ds (in the existing Picot) and 1 B. (Figure 28, Blue)
c. String 5 Ds and the Clasp. (Figure 28, Green)
d. Pass back down the last D bead right below the Clasp.
(Figure 28, Red)
e. String 4 Ds. (Figure 28, Purple)
f. In a Counter Clockwise direction, make a circle
by passing through the B bead.
(Figure 28, Orange)
g. Repeat Steps 31 c. through f. by passing through all the beads,
2 or 3 more times, to secure your Clasp.
h. You can either weave to your thread to meet up with the tail and
tie a surgeons knot or you can weave your working thread through
the component and cut thread. Weave tail through
your component and cut thread.

Step 32:
Repeat Steps 20 through 31 to the Right Side of your Necklace.

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About the Author

Renee Kovnesky
Hi, my name is Renee Kovnesky from Wisconsin - owner/designer
of the online Etsy Store, Elegance by Renee,
which sells beadweaving tutorials and kits.
I am a self-taught beader since 2010, from magazines, the internet by buying
tutorials and from the wonderful free patterns designers offered.
2 years ago I was offered a teaching job at a local bead store,
to teach beadweaving classes. Never have taught a beadweaving class before,
I had a wonderful time helping and teaching others to bead!!!!
1 1/2 years ago my designing and creativity just took off, thanks to my friends,
students and customers that helped me by their inspiration and encouragment,
that one day I just sat down and started to create my 1st design,
and have not stopped since.
My two favorite things about selling and teaching my designs is by seeing
the excitment and the color combinations that my students and customers create.
It truly inspires me to continue to teach and design.
If I am not beading, teaching, designing and beading with friends,
I am busy creating cards, upcycle jewelry boxes, fishing and most of all spending
time with my family, friends and my Husband who is my biggest supporter!!!!
Follow me at:
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My Facebook Page: http://ElegancebyRenee.facebook.com
My Blog: http://elegancebyrenee.blogspot.com
Email: elegancebyrenee@yahoo.com

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Friendship Bracelet Pattern

This is simple pattern that excellently fits for frienship bracelets. You
can match any colors you like. This file includes pattern detail
diagrams and requires intermediate - advanced knowledge in bead
crochet, it doesnt show step by step how to bead crochet. YOU
CAN ADJUST YOUR OWN COLOR COMBINATIONS, this is only
suggestion.
Materials for a bracelet~17.5cm (6.9 inches) not including
a clasp and extender Japanese Toho seed beads 11/0 or
Czech seed beads 10/0

Cotton bead crocheting thread


3 crystals
2 bead end tip caps
Clasp
Extender chain
Memory wire
Pin to attach a crystal to the chain
Crochet hook 1.0

!!! The same pattern can be used for a necklace. For the necklace
~50cm ( 19.7in) you need 14g of seed beads each color.

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This is a diagram of beads for a section of pattern, crocheted it
makes about 5cm, for a necklace it is suggested to string this
diagram 38-43 times ( it is better if you string a bit more than less).
String the beads on a thread carefully following the diagram. Start
from the bottom and go up each line, start where the arrow points.
When you have repeated diagram 10 times start crocheting.
Circumference -8 beads (a circle consists of 8 beads)

Bead crocheting tutorial


1.Step
String the beads according to the scheme ( can be used any other
scheme or for practising bead crocheting even one color beads).

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It is suggested to string a little bit more than less.

2.Step
After you finish stringing all the beads, do NOT cut the thread. You will
continue to use thread from the spool as you crochet. Remove the
twisted wire needle. Leave an 20-30cm (8-12-inch) tail,
and make a slip knot.
Slip the loop onto a crochet hook. Tighten the loop around
the shaft of the crochet hook.

3.Step
Crochet a chain with 9 loops ( a loop more than given
circumference in the pattern because the first and the last loop
joined together will cover each other)

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4.Step

Join the ends to form a ring by sliding the hook through the first loop
of the chain next to the tail.
5.Step

To start bead crocheting move the first 8 beads closer, it will help you
to make the first circle and be sure you havent miscounted loops.
6.Step

Slide one pre-strung bead down into position, near to the hook and
yarn over the front of the crochet hook.
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7.Step

Catch the yarn with the hook, and pull it through the loop.
8.Step

Slide the hoo through the next loop and repeat steps 6-7.

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9.Step

Repeat steps 6-7 until you have bead crocheted all eight first round
beads. You must get THIS!

10.Step

Slide the hook through under the first bead, then slide the bead to
the right so that its hole is up as shown in the picture.

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11.Step

Slide one pre-strung bead down into position, near to the hook and
yarn over the front of the crochet hook.
12.Step

Catch the yarn with the hook and pull the thread through the two
loops on the hook.

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13.Step

Repeat steps 10-12 until you have reached the desired length of the
bracelet or necklace.
NOTE!
As the rope grows with each row it will become easier to hold it while
crocheting. Dont get worried at the very beginning!

When you have reached the necessary length it must look like this.

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14.Step
To finish bead crochet rope and make it look nice as the other end
crochet one more round without beads ( even if there are spare left)
Slide the hook under the bead, slide it to the lef, catch the yarn with
the hook and pull the thread through the two loops on the hook.

You must get this.

15.Step
Pull the loop with the hook and cut 20-30cm (8-12-inch) tail, fix and
hide both ends with a help of needle. Prepare other materials for
finishing the bracelet.

Memory wire Bead end tip caps crystals


Extender chain clasp pin

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16.Step
Measure the necessary length of a memory wire,
cut it longer than you need.
With a help of pliers add a clasp.

17.Step

String a crystal and a bead end tip cap as shown in the picture.
18.Step

Carefully move the memory wire through the bead crochet rope.

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19.Step

String the bead end tip cap and the crystal at the other end. Make
sure end caps are placed well onto bead crochet rope.
20.Step
With a help of pliers form a loop of the memory wire at the end of the
bracelet for closing the clasp. Then dont forget to string the
extender chain and wrap the end of the wire around
once/twice to finish.

21.Step
Slide the last crystal on a pin and attach it to the end on the
extender chain, it will give finished look of the bracelet.

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Visual look of the necklace

Finished bead crochet rope friendship bracelets

Enjoy and dare to play with colors! =)

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About the Author

Ieva Bambale
(its ieva not Leva, like adam and Eve but in Latvian)
Im self-taught beader from Latvia and I live in its capital Riga,
small but beautiful country.
How did it start or to be more precise restarted my childhoods
hobby? Quite simply, holidays,rainy weather and I found long time ago
purchased small packet of seed beads in a drawer chest.I tried to
create something but then I searched in the Internet and found some
simple beadingtechniques. I started with the one that I liked, and the
result you can see in the gallery of my website.
Now I am passionate about color combinations and I am
gradually challenging myself with newbeading techniques that I
like. Each peace of item I create as I like it, they are not made just for
making and selling, they are unique with some exceptions when
customers order copies. Eachpiece of jewelry is patiently made and the
result is good and people like it as well as I do.
I am keen on not only with creating jewelry of seed beads, but
also figure skating, car races -drift (I am technician, yes I am blonde but
I can assist to change a gearbox or do some engine works), and
photography. I enjoy life doing things I like!
You can follow me:
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Materials
Version a)
1 Rivoli Swarovski Topaz 12mm (A);
16 pink coral pearls 4mm (B);
16 pink coral pearls 3mm (C);
72 SuperDuo 5x2,5mm beads Dark Bronze (D);
24 SuperDuo 5x2,5mm beads Opaque Luster
Champagne (E);
Rocailles Toho Round 15/0 seed beads
Permanent Finish Galvanized Starlight (1gr) (F);
Rocailles Toho Round 11/0 seed beads
Permanent Finish Galvanized Starlight (1gr) (G);
Nylon Thread 0,16mm-6,6lb/Fireline crystal Thread
0,15mm-17lb and beading needle size 10 or 12.
Version b)
1 Rivoli Swarovski Sapphire
12mm (A);
16 bicones Swarovski Fuchsia
4mm (B);
16 bicones Swarovski Fuchsia 3mm (C);
64 SuperDuo 5x2,5mm beads Sapphire Mat AB
(D);
32 SuperDuo 5x2,5mm beads Luster White (E);
Rocailles Toho Round 15/0 seed beads
Permanent Finish Galvanized Aluminium (1gr) (F);
Rocailles Toho Round 11/0 seed beads
Permanent Finish Galvanized Aluminium (1gr) (G);
Nylon Thread 0,16mm-6,6lb/Fireline crystal Thread
0,15mm-17lb and beading needle size 10 or 12.
Diameter: about 5cm

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Esexecution:
Step 1

String 8 Superduos (D) and 8 roc 15/0 (F) in


alternance and closet o form a circle; pass the
thread through the work and fix it with two ties and
exit the top hole of the first Superduo added.
Sequence: [1D, 1F] x 8 times
Step 2

Work by peyote stitch between Superduos (D)


added to step 1, inserting 1 pearl 4mm (B), as
shown. Exit the first pearl added to the present step.
Sequence: [1B] x 8 times

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Step 3

Work by peyote stitch between pearls (B) added to


step 2, inserting 1 Superduo (D) as shown in the
picture, up to complete the path. Exit the first
Superduo added to the present step.
Sequence: [1D] x 8 times
Step 4

Place the rivoli (A) on the work, as shown in the


picture. The next step needs to bezel the rivoli.

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Step 5

Fold up the Superduos added to step 3 and work by


peyote stitch between these ones adding 1 pearl
3mm (C), up to complete the path. Pass the thread
through the work up to fix the rivoli and pull the
thread: in this way youll bezel the rivoli. Exit the first
pearl 4mm (B) added to step 2, as shown in the
picture.
Sequence: [1C] x 8 times
Step 6

Add 3 roc 15/0 (F) between pearls 4mm (B) added


to step 2 working counter-clockwise. Repeat the
sequence up to complete the path; exit the second
roc 15/0 added to the present step, as shown.
Sequence: [3F] x 8 times

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Step 7

Insert in this order 1 roc 15/0 (F), 1 Superduo (D), 1


Superduo (E), 1 Superduo (D), 1 roc 15/0 (F) and
enter the central roc 15/0 of the second group of 3
roc 15/0 added to the previous step. Repeat the
sequence as shown up to complete the path. Exit
the top hole of the first Superduo added to the
present step.
Sequence: [1F, 1D, 1E, 1D, 1F] x 8 times
Step 8

Work by peyote stitch between Superduos added


to the previous step, inserting 1 roc 11/0 (G), 1
Superduo (E), 1 Superduo (E) and repeat the
sequence 8 times as shown in the picture, up to
complete the path. Exit the top hole of the first
Superduo (E) added.
Sequence: [1G, 1E, 1E] x 8 times
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Step 7

Insert in this order 1 roc 15/0 (F), 1 Superduo (D), 1


Superduo (E), 1 Superduo (D), 1 roc 15/0 (F) and
enter the central roc 15/0 of the second group of 3
roc 15/0 added to the previous step. Repeat the
sequence as shown up to complete the path. Exit
the top hole of the first Superduo added to the
present step.
Sequence: [1F, 1D, 1E, 1D, 1F] x 8 times
Step 8

Work by peyote stitch between Superduos added


to the previous step, inserting 1 roc 11/0 (G), 1
Superduo (E), 1 Superduo (E) and repeat the
sequence 8 times as shown in the picture, up to
complete the path. Exit the top hole of the first
Superduo (E) added.
Sequence: [1G, 1E, 1E] x 8 times
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Step 9

Work by peyote stitch between Superduo added


to the previous step going on counter-clockwise
and adding 1 pearl 4mm (B), 3 Superduo (D) and
repeat the sequence 8 times as shown, up to
complete the path. Exit the bottom hole of the
second Superduo (D) added.
Sequence: [1B, 3D] x 8 times
Step 10

Working clockwise, add 1 roc 11/0 (G), enter the


next Superduo (E) added to step 8 and pass the
thread through the work up to exit the next
Superduo (E); add again 1 roc 11/0 (G) and enter
the bottom hole of the next Superduo (D) added to
step 9. Repeat the sequence up to complete the
path, as shown in the picture.
Sequence: [1G, 1G] x 8 times
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Step 11

Starting 1 roc 11/0 (G) added to step 8, add 3 roc


15/0 (F) and enter from bottom to top the next roc
11/0 added to step 9; add 5 roc 15/0 (F) and enter
from top to bottomo the next roc 11/0 (G) added
to step 9; add again 3 roc 15/0 and enter the next
roc 11/0 (G) added to step 8. Repeat the sequence
up to complete the path, as shown in the picture.
Sequence: [3F, 5F, 3F] x 8 times
Step 12

Pass the thread through roc 15/0 (F) added to step


11 and roc 11/0 (G) added to step 10, that is grey
rocailles, as shown and pull the thread.

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Step 13

Starting the central rocaille of one of groups of 5 roc


15/0 (F) added to step 11 and working clockwise,
add 2 roc 15/0 (F) and enter the top hole of the
next Superduo (D) added to step 9; add 1
Superduo (D) and enter the next pearl 4mm (B)
added to step 9. Insert another Superduo (D) and
enter the top hole of the next Superduo (D) added
to step 9 and add again 2 roc 15/0 (F) and enter
the central roc 15/0 (F) of the group of 5 roc 15/0 (F)
added to step 11. Repeat the sequence 8 times, as
shown in the picture up to complete the path.
Sequence: [2F, 1D, 1D, 2F] x 8 times

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Starting the top hole of the Superduo (D) added to


step 9, add 3 roc 15/0 (F) and enter the top holes of
2 next Superduos (D) added to step 13, add again
3 roc 15/0 (F) and enter the top hole of the next
Superduo (D) dded to step 9; add 1 pearl 3mm (C)
and enter the top hole of the next Superduo (D)
added to step 9 and repeat the sequence up to
complete the path as shown in the picture.
Sequence: [3F, 3F, 1G] x 8 times
Step 15

Between 2 groups of 3 roc 15/0 (F) added to the


previous step, add in this order 1 roc 15/0 (F), 1 roc
11/0 (G), 1 roc 15/0 (F) and pass the thread through
the work. Repeat the sequence up to complete the
path as shown in the picture.
Sequence: [1F, 1G, 1F] x 8 times
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How to make the loop:


Step 16

Starting 1 pearl 3mm (C) add 9 roc 15/0 (F) and


enter the bottom hole of underlying Superduo (D)
(added to step 9) and exit the bottom hole of the
next Superduo (D), add again 9 roc 15/0 (F) and
enter the pearl (C), as shown.
Sequence: [9F, 9F] x 1 time
Step 17

Join the 2 sequences of seed beads 15/0 (F)


added to step 16 following herringbone stitch, as
shown in the picture.

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I hope youve enjoyed this tutorial!
Id like to see your creations and if you want,
sharing them with my followers on my fan page:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/CreazioniSwarovski-MEI-Bijoux/244434058927046
Id like you give credit to me for the design when
you publish your beadwork. This pattern has been
realized only by me.
***This tutorial and every its pictures, photos,
diagrams are copyright to
Antonella Di Spigno.

****Its allowed selling items made from my tutorial,


but you dont have the
permission to distribute, copy and sell this pattern.
The copyrights will remains with Antonella Di Spigno.
Its forbidden teaching this design without my
expressed approval.
If you have questions or need for explanations,
contact me by email address:
mei_bijoux@yahoo.com
antonella_dis86@yahoo.it
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Happy beading!!
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About the Author

Antonella Di Spigno
Antonella Di Spigno is a bead designer for
passion and sometimes teaches her projects for
magazines. She is a management engineer
junior and she loves to shape her creativity.
Have a look at her designs at
www.meibijoux.etsy.com, or contact her at
mei_bijoux@yahoo.com or at her facebook
profile.

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