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Modern Mode Tablecloth & Napkin Pattern Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version MATERIALS: CLARK'S BIG BALL MERCERIZED CROCHET, Art. GAUGE: Each motif measures 2½ inches square. Tablecloth measures 74 x 90 inches; each Napkin measures 17 inches square. CENTER—First Motif … Starting at center, ch 12. SECOND MOTIF … Work as for First Motif until 5 rnds have been completed. 6th rnd: Sl st in next sp, ch 3, make a starting pc st in same sp, ch 7, sc in next sp, ch 9, cluster in next sp, ch 6, sl st in corresponding loop on First Motif, ch 6, cluster in same sp as last cluster was made on Second Motif, ch 4, sl st in correspond­ing loop on First Motif, ch 4, sc in next sp on Second Motif, ch 3, sl st in corresponding loop on First Motif, ch 3, pc st in next sp on Second Motif. EDGING … Attach thread to any pc st on long side, sc in same place, * ch 8, skip next sp, sc in next loop, ch 8, sc in next joining, ch 8, sc in next loop, ch 8, sc in next pc st. INSERTION … Make 3 rows of 30 motifs, joining as before.

DIY Crystal Coral Necklace Beading Tutorial What can you say about this necklace? I created the necklace hoping you guys will like it It’s a variation of the Double Needle Right Angle Weave, showing what you can do with the technique. The length of the necklace is 18 inches. The shape of the bicones when weaved into units of right angle weave creates a lace-like effect on the bicones, perfect for low-neck and V shaped outfit. With crystals you can wear this on formal occasions and using other colors you can be as hip and casual, even with plain jeans. Materials Needed:4mm crystal bicones 8/0 bronze seed beads 13 x 15mm x 12.5mm coral briolette clasp 2 crimp beads 2 calotte Nylon thread Tools Needed: Scissors flat nose pliers Terms and description: RAW – right angle weave units of RAW – sets of right angle weave Step 1: Attaching the clasp Cut 72 inches nylon thread. Slide in a calotte at both threads. Press the crimp bead and then close the calotte to cover the crimp bead. Then cross both threads into a 4mm bicone. You’re done!

Free Bead Patterns and Ideas : Circle Drop Lace Necklace pattern - Free pattern The Circle Drop Necklace pattern is so simple to make, but big on looks. Use the fire-polished crystals as shown in the sample, for a casual addition to a pair of jeans. Or you can use Swarovski crystals for a necklace that is suitable for an evening out. This is another necklace that you can make in a couple of hours A = Miyuki11/0 seed bead, color 1 B = Miyuki 11/0 seed bead, color 2 C = 4, 5, 6 or 7mm fire-polished Start by waxing and stretching your thread, use Nymo D or C-Lon & a #11 or #12 beading needle. 1. a) Pick up 9A, 1B, 8A, go with thread forward through the 9 A and 1 B beads just added in this step.b) Pick up 3B, go with thread right to left, through the B bead, up through the 8 A beads and left to right through the 1st A, added in step #1a. 4. To add clasp, Pick up 4A, clasp, 4A, go with thread up through 2 A beads added in the last repeat of step # 2b. Sandra D. Click here for more patterns

Craft Warehouse Blog Supplies 3-4 colors of 2MM satin cording 24ft total (4 strands 6ft long each) C-Lon cording Tex 210 size .5 MM in diameter (in coordinating color) 8 styles of top drilled Czech glass, and or top drilled seed beads in varying sizes and shapes, 32 of each color and style of bead, for a total of 256 beads. (model uses 3 colors of Long Magatama seed beads, 1 style of 8MM top drilled flat coin, 2 colors of 5x9MM tear drops, 1 color of 9x14MM tear drop, 1 style of top drilled leaf (leaf style bead was difficult, tear drops much easier). 1 Kumihimo Toggle clasp with cone ends 8MM wide in diameter 2 Large Cones 10MM or so in diameter 6 -8 inches of 22 wire gauge 3 jump rings (heavy duty 6MM) General Supplies: Scissors, Chain nose pliers, Round nose pliers, Side cutters, E6000, Bead fix Glue (used to turn end of C-Lon cording hard like a needle and to prevent fraying), and one rubber band. 8 Re-usable bobbins for cording, (*optional but highly recommended).

Peyote Bracelet As you can see from this peyote bracelet, there are no seed beads that works better with Peyote stitch than Delicas from Miuki. These cylinder beads are so uniform, that when stitched together you can hardly pass a needle between them, because of their tight fit. Stitched together they give a very stiff finish, perfect for anything that needs to hold its shape. You can use this stiffness to your advantage, like in this peyote bracelet, where you stitch the bracelet lengthwise instead of the regular way. The Delicas also have rather large holes, which enables you to go through each bead several times. What you need: #11 Delicas Gold Fleck Ivory#11 Delicas Rainbow Luster Opaque Olive#11 Delicas Galvanized GoldFirelineBeading needle #12Swarovski bicones 4mm Olivine AB3 Freshwater pearls, olive colored, proximately 6 mm Step 1: String one olive Delica and one Gold Delica. Stitch 10 rows with Gold Fleck Ivory. Step 2: Add 7 Gold Fleck Ivory. Add two olive beads. Go to Home Page

Boutique en ligne de perles en grossiste à Montpellier 34 - De Fil En Perles - De Fil en Perle gwenbeads Astral Creation - Votre boutique perles fantaisie pour bijoux a creer, faire soi meme Sapphire Night Add all available items to your cart at once or edit the quantities below. Nice choice! All or most of the products needed for this project are shown below with quantities. Sometimes we sell out of components and aren’t able to order more from the manufacturer (we know, it is very disappointing to us, too). Use the opportunity to mix up the design and make it yours by substituting similar products or altering the entire color scheme—it’s up to you! TOHO Bead Round 15/0 Matte Jet, 8g bag Code TBRD15-610 Material Glass Finish Matte or Satin Brand TOHO Hole Size 0.5mm Sold in 8g Bags Place Of Origin Japan Sorry, this item is out of stock. Swarovski 3015 12mm Rivoli Button Jet Code 3015-JET12 Material Crystal Brand Swarovski Dimensions 12mm Sold Individually Place Of Origin Austria

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Making Jewelry from Recycled Products Articles 1 - 10 of 21 << Prev 1 | | Magical Recycled Glass Pendant Learn how to make a pendant with lasting impact when you learn how to make the Magical Recycled Glass Pendants. These gorgeous DIY pendants are must-haves for any recycled jewelry projects. Chic Recycled Crafts: 14 Recycled Jewelry Tutorials Whether you're turning trash into treasure, repurposing random odds and ends, or upcycling old accessories, there are so many ways to make recycled jewelry. Vintage Pendulum Necklace Jewelry design ideas and inspiration can come from anywhere and everywhere. Pop Can Beads Want to make some unique recycled jewelry? Recycled Tubing Pearl Pendant Make a cute Recycled Tubing Pearl Pendant from some loose beads and some old tubing that will have your friends asking where you bought it. Snake Wrap Bracelet If you're thinking about throwing away old toys, wait until after you've seen this Snake Wrap Bracelet project! Shady Sunglasses Pendant Get thrifty and make this Shady Sunglasses Pendant.

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