Dragonfly Earrings - Beadwork - 06/14/99 Dragonfly Earrings Dateline: 06/14/99 What You'll Need: 22 Metallic Purple Iris Seed Beads 8 Metallic Green Iris Daggers 2 5mm Metallic Green Iris Beveled Cubes 6 metallic Green Iris Nibblettes (flat rectangles) Either 4 Size 3.3mm Delicas or Size 6° Pony Beads in Metallic Green Iris Gold Colored 28 Gauge Beading Wire Jewelry Pliers (Optional) Click here to see the beads I used. NOTE: You will have much better results if as you progress through each step you make sure that the wire is pulled snug before you continue. Begin with one yard of wire. Now take one pony bead and slide it on to the right hand strand of wire. Thread a dagger bead onto the strand of wire that is now on the right and pass the wire from right to left through the pony bead then bend it up out of the way. Take the left hand strand of wire and pick up a dagger bead. Now repeat the instructions in the previous 3 paragraphs to add another pony bead and another set of wings. All text and graphics © Emily Hackbarth 1999
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Crystal Chain Bracelet (copyright 2009 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 • Approximately 325 size 11/0 seed beads: Miyuki Lt. • Approximately 22 size 4mm bicone crystals: Swarovski Khaki. • Approximately 24 size 4mm fire-polished beads: Czech Purple/Gold. • clasp Step 1: Thread your needle. Leaving about a 10-inch tail for attaching the clasp, tie the beads together in a circle with a double knot: Step 2: Go back around through the fire-polished bead, the three seed beads, the fire-polished bead and the seed bead that you strung in the last step (all beads highlighted in RED): Step 3: String three seed beads. Step 4: String three seed beads. Step 5: String a seed bead, a bicone crystal, a seed bead, a fire-polished bead, a seed bead, a bicone crystal and a seed bead. Go around and back across through the fire-polished bead that you exited at the end of the last step: Step 7: String four seed beads.
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