Collar-Style Necklace with Seed Beads and Glass Beads
Lobster clasps Bead, glass, amethyst, 5mm round (P)Bead, glass, yellow (Q)Seed bead, glass, transparent light purple, #7 (I)Seed bead, glass, lilac pearl, #8 (G)Seed bead, glass, purple, #8 (H)Seed bead, glass, transparent lilac, #10 (B)Seed bead, glass, metallic lilac, #10 (C)Seed bead, glass, transparent purple, #10 (D)Seed bead, glass, dark amethyst, #10 (E)Seed bead, glass, black, #12 (A)Seed bead, glass, purple, #15 (F)Seed bead, glass, silver, #15 (S)Seed bead, glass, deep amethyst, cut (J) Seed bead, glass, yellow, cut (R)Seed bead, glass, rainbow, 4-10mm twisted bugle (K)Seed bead, glass, deep amethyst, 4-10mm twisted bugle (L)Seed bead, glass, light amethyst, 4-10mm twisted bugle (M)Drop, glass, light amethyst (N)Drop, glass, grey (O)
Seed and bugle beads Jumprings
The capital letters above are the bead key identifiers, which are referenced throughout the instructions.
Bead the left half of base netting, using (D) (Fig. 1). Bead the right half of the base netting (Fig. 2). A note: One sector of this netting is made of (A) beads. That's why the cells in this sector should have a different number of seed beads comparing to the other cells. Attach a clasp.
Bead a big flower (Fig. 3), changing bead color and size as shown on the photograph. Now bead a small flower in almost the same way. The only difference is that originally you thread a fewer number of beads. String some (Q) beads and (R) cut seed beads for the pistils and attach them to the flowers.
Fold the flowers cornet-shaped and sew them to the base netting (see the finished image).
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