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Bib-Style Necklace with Seed Beads, Agate Gemstone Cabochons and Swarovski Crystal

Courtesy of Fashion Magazine
D19C

Design by Nataliya Savelieva

Magic Summer Night

: : : Materials : : :

  • Bead, Swarovski, Montana, 10x12mm (B)
  • Bead, Swarovski, Montana, 10x15mm (C)
  • Bead, Swarovski, Montana 6x10mm faceted teardrops (D)
  • Bead, Swarovski, black crystal, 5x8mm faceted teardrops drilled top to bottom (E)
  • Bead, Swarovski, black crystal, 6mm (F)
  • Bead, Swarovski, black crystal, 3x5mm (G)
  • Bead, Swarovski, Montana, 4mm bicones (H)
  • Bead, Swarovski, Bohemian black crystal bicones with mirror coating, 3mm (I)
  • Rivoli, Swarovski crystal, silver-foiled Montana, 14mm (A)
  • Seed bead, Bohemian dark blue with rainbow coating, size 9 (O)
  • Seed bead, Czech, silver-lined navy blue, size 10 (P)
  • Seed bead, Czech, black glossy, size 10 (Q)
  • Seed bead, charlotte hematite, size 11 (O)
  • Seed bead, Czech, silver-lined navy blue, size 12 (N)
  • Seed bead, Toho, black matte, size 15 (J)
  • Seed bead, Toho, black glossy, size 15 (K)
  • Seed bead, Toho, hematite, size 15 (L)
  • Seed bead, Toho, light-blue with rainbow coating, size 15 (M)
  • Seed bead, Miyuki Delica, black glossy, size 11 (T)
  • Seed bead, Miyuki Delica, black glossy, size 15 (S)

Cabochons

STEP 1
Figure 1
Glue the cabochons to fabric for under backing. Let the glue dry. Work the basic row in Q, O around the cabochon (fig.1). Attach the beads in the following sequence: 1Q, 2O; and again 1Q, 2O,etc. The number of seed beads in the basic row should be multiple to three.
STEP 2
Figure 2
Bead the cabochons in O, Q (fig.2). Work the last row in M. Pass through the last row for several times, pulling tightly on the thread. Tip. Tie off the thread but do not cut off.
STEP 3
Figure 3
Pass through the edge of the cabochon and bring the needle and thread to any O bead. Embroider in I (fig.3).
STEP 4
Figure 4
Work one row in R around the cabochons. When the row is finished go through all the beads, pulling the thread taut. Trim away all the excess fabric as close to the last row as possible. Glue leather to the back side. Let the glue dry. Trim away all the excess leather. Work the basic edge row in Q (fig.4).

Rivoli (A)

STEP 5
Figure 5
Take a length of thread and pick up 34T beads. Bring them to the middle of the thread. Tie the thread tails to close the bead string into a circle. Work one row in peyote stitch in P and one more row in L (fig.5).
STEP 6
Figure 6
Repeatedly go through the last bead row, pulling the thread taut. Tip. Tie off this thread tail and leave it loose; do not cut off. Bead one row in T, using another thread tail.
STEP 7
Figure 7
Insert the rivoli. Work two rows in S and one more row in K. Run through the last bead row for several times, pulling tightly on the thread. Tie off the thread and bring it through any seed bead of the basic row, marked. Embroider the basic row beads marked (fig.7), using H, O, P. Tie off the thread.
STEP 8
Figure 8
Now pick up the loose thread tail. Embroider the rivoli in I and L, using the loose thread tail (fig.8).

Jewellery Stones (B)

STEP 9
Figure 9
String 28T beads onto a length of thread. Bring the beads to the middle of the thread. Tie the ends of the thread together and close the beads into a circle. Work one row in peyote stitch in P and one more row in S (fig. 9). Repeatedly go through the last bead row, pulling the thread taut. Tip. Tie off this thread tail and leave it loose; do not cut off, as you will need it later.
STEP 10
Figure 10
Take another thread tail and bead one row in T (fig. 10). Insert the stone and bead two rows in S around it. Pass through the last row for several times, pulling tightly on the thread. Tie off the thread and bring it to any seed bead of the basic row, marked.

Embroidering Around the Stones

STEP 11
Figure 11
The first type. Embroider two stones in H, O, P, going through the beads of the basic row, marked (fig.11). Tie off the thread tail, but do not cut it off. Attach the two embroidered stones to the lace scallops.

The second type. Embroider another two stones in H, O, P, going through the beads of the basic row, marked (fig.11). Tie off this thread tail and pick up the loose thread tail. Embroider the top of the stones in I, L, K (fig.12).
STEP 12
Figure 12
The third type. Embroider two more stones in I, L, K (fig.12).

The fourth type. Embroider the bottom stone (fig.11), altering the usual side bicones to one H bicone in the middle and two O beads from both sides.

Jewellry Stones (C)

STEP 13
Figure 13
Take a length of thread and string 32T. Bring T beads to the middle of the thread. Tie the thread tails together and close the beads into a circle. Work one row in peyote stitch in P, one row in S and one more row in K, (Fig.13). Run through the last row for several times, pulling the thread taut. Tie off the thread tail.
STEP 14
Figure 14
Continue the work, using another thread tail. Bead one row in T (fig.14). Insert the stone and work one row in S and two rows in K. Go through the last row more than once, pulling tightly on the thread. Tie off the thread tail and bring it through any seed bead of the basic row, marked.
STEP 15
Figure 15
Bead the embroidered stones in H, O, P (fig.15) and tie off.

Leaves

STEP 16
Figure 16
Bead 6 leaves in J, K, L, O, P, I, E (fig.16).
STEP 17
Figure 17
Take two of these leaves and work two more leaves atop, using K, J, L, O, P, F (fig.17).
STEP 18
Figure 18
The bottom leaf. Bead the leaf in J, K, O, P (fig.18).

Fix every row of the leaf to the basic row of the bottom cabochon. When the leaf is finished, insert the jewellery stone B (of the fourth type) into the middle of the leaf.

Assembling

STEP 19
Figure 19
Work three circle elements in peyote stitch in J, K, O, P on both sides of the bottom cabochon (fig.19). Attach two jewellery stones B (of the third kind) to the basic edge row and to the last row (fig.19).
STEP 20
Figure 20 and 21

At the top of the teardrop cabochon work one pattern, using J, K, O, P, F, I (fig.20). Then work two more patterns in J, K, O, P, D (fig.21) and connect them to the teardrop cabochon from both sides.Connect the oval cabochon to teardrop cabochon, using E. Attach the basic row beads of the oval cabochon to P beads of the last row of fig.21.
STEP 21
Figure 22 and 23

Attach the rivoli to the oval cabochon by K, O, F, H, I (fig.22). Beading in peyote stitch, work two identical semicircle elements on both sides of the oval cabochon (fig.23).
STEP 22
Figure 24

Picture 1

Attach four leaves (fig.16), using pic.1 or the photograph as a guide. See Pic.1 to attach four C and one B (the first type) to each side of the rivoli, using J, K, P, O (fig.24).
STEP 23
Figure 25

Figure 26

Connect all the elements together (fig.26).

Then attach the first jewellry stone C to the oval cabochon (fig.24). At the bottom of the stripes attach one C and one B (of the second type) from each side (fig.25). Attach two leaves to the ends of the stripes.
STEP 24
Picture 2
Fix F beads onto the pins (pic.2) and attach them to the ends of the necklace. Attach a clasp.

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