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Patterns and projects. Guinevere Bracelet. (copyright 2007 Deborah Roberti) MATERIALS (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including clasp) • Approximately 600 11/0 seed beads or Delica beads: I used Lt. Bronze DB-22L Delica beads. Can be purchased at FireMountainGems.com and WhimBeads.com. • Approximately 48 dark 4mm bicone crystals: I used Swarovski Burgundy. Can be purchased online at FireMountainGems.com. • Approximately 46 light 4mm bicone crystals: I used Swarovski Topaz Satin. . • Approximately 46 4mm glass pearls: I used Swarovski bright gold or Czech light gold. Step 1: You’re going to have to add thread while creating this bracelet (unless you don’t mind work­ing with about 5 yards of thread initially) so start with a length you feel comfortable working with and thread your needle.

String a seed bead, a dark crystal, a seed bead, a pearl, a seed bead, a light crystal, a seed bead and a pearl. Step 2: Go back through the pearl, the seed bead and the light crystal: Step 3: String 5 seed beads, a light crystal and 5 seed beads. Royal Crystal Bracelet. Copyright 2007 Deborah Roberti MATERIALS (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including clasp) • 4 yards waxed Nymo or C-Lon thread, size D, or 6 lb. FireLine • About 250 size 11/0 seed beads or Delica beads (I used Gilded Marble Lavender 11-1704.

Can be purchased online at RedPandaBeads.com and Charlene's Beads) • About 72 4mm bicone crystals (I used Swarovski Cyclamen Opal. . • About 34 4mm fire-polished beads (I used a Matte Gold that I purchased at FireMountainGems.com • About 19 6mm bicone crystals (I used Swarovski Amethyst Satin bicones) • clasp Step 1:Thread your needle with 4 yards of Nymo, C-Lon or Fireline. String a 6mm bicone crystal, a seed bead, a fire-polished bead, a seed bead, a 6mm bicone crystal, a seed bead, a fire-polished bead and a seed bead. Leaving a 14- to 16-inch tail for attaching one end of the clasp, tie the beads in a circle with a double knot: Step 2: Go back through the seed bead, the fire-polished bead, the seed bead, the 6mm bicone crystal and the seed bead:

Snowflake Earrings. (copyright 2013 Deborah Roberti) Materials: • About 2 yards of 6 lb. FireLine • About 100 size 11/0 seed beads: I used Opaque Luster White Miyuki Rocailles. • 12 Color1 SuperDuo beads: I used Opaque White SuperDuo beads (left) and Silver SuperDuo beads (right). • 24 Color2 SuperDuo beads: I used Silver SuperDuo beads (left) and Opaque White SuperDuo beads (right). • 12 Color3 SuperDuo beads (or more Color1 SuperDuo beads, SuperUno beads, 3mm magatama drop beads or 3.4mm Miyuki drop/fringe beads): I used 3.4mm Miyuki Opaque White drops (left) and Silver SuperDuo beads (right). • 2 size 6 to 9mm accent bead (it can be any type bead—round, fire-polished, pearl, drop etc.): I used Swarovski #5500 9x6 white opal pear drops from eBay. • two small (2-4mm) jump rings • a pair of earring findings Step 1: Thread your needle with a yard of FireLine.

Step 2: Go back around through the beads that you strung in the last step, grab the tail thread and tie another knot: Step 15: String three seed beads. Trinket Earrings. (copyright 2010 Deborah Roberti) Materials: • 2 yards of 6 lb. FireLine • Approximately 80 size 11/0 seed beads: Miyuki Lt. Bronze 11-0457L. . • 10 size 4mm bicone crystals: Swarovski Amethyst Satin. . • 8 size 4mm glass pearls: Swarovski Bronze. . • two small (2-4mm) jump rings • a pair of earring findings Step 1: Thread your needle with a yard of FireLine. String a seed bead, a glass pearl, a seed bead, a glass pearl, a seed bead and a bicone crystal. Leaving about an 8-inch tail, tie the beads in a circle with a double knot: Step 2: Go back around through the beads that you strung in the first step: Step 3: Go back around through the seed bead and the glass pearl highlighted in RED: Step 4: String a seed bead, a glass pearl, a seed bead, a bicone crystal, three seed beads, a bicone crystal and a seed bead.

Go around and back up through the glass pearl that you exited at the end of the last step: Step 5: Go back around through the beads highlighted in RED: Step 7: String three seed beads. Skinny Bracelet II. (copyright 2010 Deborah Roberti) Materials (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including clasp): • 3 yards of 6 lb. FireLine • Approximately 150 size 11 seed beads: Matsuno Dyna-Mites Gold-plated.

Can be purchased online at FireMountainGems.com. . • Approximately 36 size 4mm fire-polished beads: Czech Light Bronze. . • Approximately 36 size 4mm bicone crystals: Swarovski Khaki. . • clasp Step 1: Thread your needle with 3 yards of Fireline. String a fire-polished bead, two seed beads, a fire-polished bead and two seed beads. Leaving about a 10- to 12-inch tail for attaching one end of the clasp, tie the beads in a circle with a double knot: Step 2: Go back around through the two seed beads, the fire-polished bead and the two seed beads that you added in the last step: Step 3: String a bicone crystal, two seed beads and a bicone crystal.

Go around and back up through the two seed beads that you exited at the end of the last step: Step 5: String a fire-polished bead, two seed beads and a fire-polished bead. Skinny Twin Cube Band. (copyright 2012 Deborah Roberti) Materials (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including clasp): • 3 yards of 6 lb. FireLine • About 250 size 11/0 seed beads: Miyuki Nickel 11-0464A. Can be purchased online at Charlene's Beads and WhimBeads.com. • About 28 Color1 Twin beads: Teal Matte. . • About 28 Color2 Twin beads: Purple Matte. . • About 60 size 3mm cube beads: SB0091 Matte Metallic Midnight Blue/Pine Green at FusionBeads.com. • clasp: Item #B0837-sgr-2 at Rishashay.com Step 1: Thread your needle with 3 yards of FireLine. Leaving about a 12-inch tail for attaching the clasp, string two cube beads and tie them together in a double knot so that they are sitting side by side: Step 2: Go back up through the cube bead on the right (highlighted in RED): Step 3: String another cube bead.

Step 4: Go back down through the cube bead that you added in the last step (highlighted in RED): Step 6: String another cube bead. Step 8: Go back up through the rightmost cube bead highlighted in RED: Lobelia Necklace. Copyright 2010 Deborah Roberti MATERIALS (for an 18-inch necklace, not including clasp) • 6 yards of thread, size D, or 6lb. FireLine • Approximately 40 size 11/0 bronze seed beads (I used Miyuki Lt. Bronze 11-0457L. Can be purchased online at Charlene's Beads and WhimBeads.com) • Approximately 150 size 11/0 green seed beads (I used Tourmaline Gold Luster 11-0306. Can be purchased online at WhimBeads.com) • Approximately 80 size 3mm fire-polished beads (I used Czech Periodot/Olive Valentinit. Can be purchased at ShipwreckBeads.com) • Approximately 82 size 4mm fire-polished beads (I used Czech Darker Amethyst with Sapphire Gold.

Can be purchased at ShipwreckBeads.com) • Approximately 76 size 4mm bicone crystals (I used Swarovski Violet Opal. Step 1: Thread your needle with 6 yards of thread or FireLine. Bring the beads to the middle of your length of thread and tie them in a circle with a double knot: Step 2: Go back around through the beads that you strung in the first step: Jeweled Bracelet. (matches the FREE Jeweled Earrings) copyright 2005 Deborah Roberti MATERIALS (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including clasp) •3 yards waxed Nymo or C-Lon thread, size D, or 6 lb. FireLine • About 150 size 11/0 seed beads or Delica beads: I used Miyuki Delica #34 Lt.

Gold Plated. • About 112 4mm bicone crystals: I used Swarovski Chrysolite Satin. • About 14 6mm fire-polished beads: I used Czech Garnet. You can find many more color combinations at the RedPandaBeads.com Gallery of Color Suggestions! For the exact beads used in the photo above, click here to go to the RedPandaBeads.com Gallery of Color Suggestions and scroll down. Step 1: Thread your needle with 3 yards Nymo, C-Lon or Fireline. You’ll be starting in the middle of the bracelet, using half the thread to create the right side of the bracelet and the other half (the long tail) to create the left side of the bracelet. Step 3: String two seed beads, a crystal, a seed bead, a crystal and two seed beads. Flower Earrings. (copyright 2009 Deborah Roberti) Materials: • About 2 yards of 6 lb. Fireline • One 6mm glass pearl (or any 6mm accent bead) (I used Swarovski Bright Gold. . • Approximately 136 size 11/0 seed beads (I used : Miyuki Lt.

. • two small (2-4mm) jump rings • a pair of ear wires, or whichever type of earring finding you prefer STEP 1: Thread your needle with about a yard of FireLine. String a glass pearl and six seed beads. Leaving about an eight-inch tail, go around and back up through the glass pearl. Note, you will not be making a knot so keep the tension tight: STEP 2: String six seed beads. Go around and back up through the glass pearl so that this set of six seed beads is on the left side of the glass pearl. STEP 3: Go back down through the six seed beads on the right side of the glass pearl that you added in Step 1: STEP 4: String two seed beads.

STEP 5: String two seed beads. Go back around through all the seed beads highlighted in RED, forming a ring of sixteen seed beads: Skinny SuperDuo Band. (copyright 2012 Deborah Roberti) ABOUT SUPERDUO BEADS: Twin beads and SuperDuo beads are often referred to as two-hole seed beads and they look almost exactly alike with a few exceptions. Twin beads, made by Czech company Preciosa Ornela, have the same oval shape but are often somewhat irregular in size. SuperDuo beads are pressed glass beads (i.e., made in a mold) so they are a bit thicker and much more uniform in size than Twin beads. As of this writing, SuperDuo beads are rather hard to find and seem to come in two sizes: 2.5mm by 5mm and 2mm by 5mm. In some instances, SuperDuo beads can be used as substitute for Twin beads and vice versa, but sometimes not. Materials (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including clasp): • 3 yards of 6 lb. . • About 175 size 11/0 seed beads: Miyuki Nickel 11-0464A. . • About 22 Color1 2.5x5mm SuperDuo beads: Blue Turquoise AB.

. • About 22 Color2 2.5x5mm SuperDuo beads: Green Turquoise Picasso. Step 4: String a seed bead and a Color2 SuperDuo bead. Hana-Ami Motif. (copyright 2005 Deborah Roberti) Triangle weave, a relative of right-angle weave, originated centuries ago in Japan, Europe, Russia and the Ukraine. In Japanese beadwork, triangle weave is used to create a motif called Hana-Ami (Hana means "flower" and Ami means "stitch" or "net"). Step 1: String 6 seed beads and tie them in a circle with a double knot: Step 2: Go through the seed bead on the right side of the knot: (NOTE: I've used green and purple beads for this tutorial but you can use any colors you want.)

Step 3: String a green bead, a seed bead, a purple bead, a seed bead and a green bead. As you pull the beads together, notice that they form a triangle: Step 4: Go through the next seed bead on the circle of six seed beads. String a green bead, a seed bead, a purple bead and a seed bead. Go around and back through the green bead on the last triangle (colored RED in the diagram below) and then through the seed bead you just exited: Step 7: Go through the next seed bead on the circle. Garden Necklace. (copyright 2007 Deborah Roberti) Materials (for a 16-inch necklace, not including clasp): • Waxed Nymo or C-Lon thread, size D; or 6lb FireLine, whichever is your preference • Approximately 300 size 11/0 seeds beads or Delica beads (I used Delica 11/0 Lt.

Gold DB-34. Can be purchased at FireMountainGems.com, FoxdenDesigns.com and WhimBeads.com) • Approximately 80 size 4mm glass pearls (or any 4mm round beads) (I used Swarovski cream glass pearls that can be purchased online at FireMountainGems.com. . • Approximately 63 size green 4mm bicone crystals (I used Swarovski Khaki. .

• Approximately 40 size rose 4mm bicone crystals (I used Swarovski Rose Satin. . • clasp Step 1: You're going to have to add thread while creating this necklace so start with a length you feel comfortable working with and thread your needle. String a green crystal, a seed bead, a green crystal, a seed bead, a green crystal and a seed bead. Step 2: Go back through the green crystal, the seed bead and the green crystal: Crystal Ornament. (copyright 2010 Deborah Roberti) Materials: •2 yards of 8 lb. FireLine • 50 size 8/0 seed beads: Miyuki Bright Bronze (also called Golden Bronze) 8-0457G.

Can be purchased online at Charlene's Beads and WhimBeads.com. • 9 size 6mm bicone crystals: Swarovski Siam. . • 8 size 8mm bicone crystals: Swarovski Siam. . • one 4-6mm jump ring • ornament hook Step 1: Thread your needle with 2 yards of FireLine. Step 2: Go back around through this circle of seed beads: Step 3: Go through the next seed bead on this circle of seed beads (highlighted in RED): Step 4: String a seed bead, an 8mm bicone crystal, a seed bead, a 6mm bicone crystal, a seed bead, an 8mm bicone crystal and a seed bead. Go around and back through the seed bead that you exited at the end of the last step (highlighted in RED): Step 5: Go through the next seed bead on this circle of seed beads (highlighted in RED): Step 6: String a seed bead, an 8mm bicone crystal, a seed bead, a 6mm bicone crystal and a seed bead.

Step 11: Repeat Step 10: Bodacious Earrings and Pendant. Copyright 2014 Deborah Roberti For the exact beads used in the photo above, click here to go to the RedPandaBeads.com Gallery of Color Suggestions and scroll down. Earrings: • Two yards of 6 lb. FireLine • About 65 size 11/0 seed beads • 36 Color1 SuperDuo beads • 36 Color2 SuperDuo beads • 14 size 4mm beads of any type • two small (2-4mm) closed jump rings • a pair of earring findings Pendant: • One yard of 6 lb.

Step 1: Thread your needle with a yard of FireLine. Leaving about a 6-inch tail, string a Color1 SuperDuo bead, a seed bead, a Color1 SuperDuo bead, a seed bead, a Color1 SuperDuo bead, a seed bead, a Color1 SuperDuo bead, a seed bead, a Color1 SuperDuo bead, a seed bead, a Color1 SuperDuo bead and a seed bead. Tie the beads together in a tight double knot: Step 2: Go back around through the beads that you strung in the last step, grab the tail thread and tie another tight knot: Step 3: Go back through the seed bead and the inside hole of the Color1 SuperDuo bead highlighted in RED: Diagonal Stripes Bracelet. Copyright 2006 Deborah Roberti The Diagonal Stripes Bracelet pattern is fully illustrated with detailed step-by-step instructions for an easy, single-needle, right-angle weave (worked diagonally) band. I used 6mm bicone crystals but you could just as easily use 6mm fire-polished beads or any 6mm bead.

For a smaller, daintier bracelet or necklace, use 4mm bicone crystals and 3mm fire-polished beads. It's a very versatile pattern. MATERIALS (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including clasp) • 3 yards Waxed Nymo or C-Lon thread, size D, or 6 lb. FireLine • About 200 size 11/0 Delica seed beads: I used Opaque Black DB-10. . • About 15 size 6mm blue bicone crystals: I used Swarovski Light Sapphire Satin. . • About 15 size 6mm green bicone crystals: I used Swarovski Khaki.

. • About 15 size 6mm purple bicone crystals: I used Swarovski Lt. . • About 40 size 4mm black fire-polished beads: I used Czech Jet. . • clasp Step 1: Thread your needle with 3 yards Nymo, C-Lon or Fireline. Step 16: String four seed beads.

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