diamonds and lace (printed)

diamonds and lace (printed) - Diamonds and Lace Victorian...

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____________________________________________________________________________________________ © 2004 Jann M. Christiansen. All rights reserved. The material in this document, either text or images, may not be reproduced by any means without written permission of the author. E-mail: jann@dancingseadesigns.com Distributed by: http://www.Bead- Patterns.com Diamonds and Lace ‘ Victorian Lace Necklace _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Supplies: Other: 13g Size 11/0 Seed Beads – Main Color (MC) Scissors 5g Size 11/0 Seed Beads – Accent Color (AC) Triangle Scoop 30-40 4mm Swarovski Crystals Bead Mat Beading Thread (to match beads) #11 Beading Needle 13-15mm Button You will notice that the beads added in a particular step are in color - MC is blue and AC is yellow. If you take your needle through the bead(s), that is indicated in green.
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____________________________________________________________________________________________ © 2004 Jann M. Christiansen. All rights reserved. The material in this document, either text or images, may not be reproduced by any means without written permission of the author. E-mail: jann@dancingseadesigns.com Distributed by: http://www.Bead- Patterns.com Beading the Necklace This necklace is made using a variation of the basic net stitch, and is fun and easy to make. 1. Thread your beading needle with 2-3 yards of thread (work with whatever length you are comfortable with).
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