Create another NEW! & elegant beadwork necklace that will most certainly get you noticed. You will be amazed how easy and fun it is. You will find yourself preparing this amazing necklace in several colors.
Technique Used : Tubular Raw , previous knowledge is recommended.
BELLA QUEEN Beadwork Necklace Pdf Pattern Tutorial instructions is a great way to learn how to weave RAW motifs with amazing Zoliduo two hole beads, Miyuki round glass seed beads and Swarovski crystal beads, Swarovski Rivoli and round stones and Rivoli, in a creative way to make this elegant style necklace.
Skill Level: Intermediate - Advanced
I suggest this pattern for Intermediate - Advanced bead weavers . The pattern instruction includes 117 pages step by step fully illustrated from start to finish with complete explanations.
Instruction made using exactly type beads, colors by your choice.
Miyuki Round Seed Beads in three sizes
Miyuki Delica beads
Czech Zoliduo glass beads
Czech PIP beads
Swarovski round stones
Swarovski bicones 5328 crystal beads
Swarovski point back stone
Fireline 6lb or similar
12# beading needle
Printed full color step by step instruction.
This Listing is for the tutorial instruction only!
You have permission to sell your finished piece as a limited edition with credit given to Isabella Lam for the design.
You are forbidden to use this tutorial for teaching purposes.
After notification of sale and payment the you will receive second email with a link to download the PDF - it will be e-mailed to you within 24 hours or sooner.
You can find complimentary beading and stringing supply through https://www.etsy.com/il-en/shop/scarletbeads - or www.bead4all.com and shop with confidence.
If you have any questions, you can contact me . I will be happy to help as much as I can.
Purchasing this pattern, you have agreed to use it only for your personal, non-commercial use. The purchase of this pattern does not give you permission to copy this pattern.
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Created by Isabella Lam
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