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Unformatted text preview: Visit the Project Store at shop.interweave.com/beading for more great projects! Net Full of Gems originally published in Beadwork, August/September 2002. Interweave Press, LLC Not to be reprinted. All rights reserved project library RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR publishers of Beadwork magazinejoin the online beading community at BeadingDaily.com page 1 Net Full of Gems Linda Richmond Originally published in Beadwork August/September 2002 Visit the Project Store at shop.interweave.com/beading for more great projects! Net Full of Gems originally published in Beadwork, August/September 2002. Interweave Press, LLC Not to be reprinted. All rights reserved publishers of Beadwork magazinejoin the online beading community at BeadingDaily.com page 2 C reate this easy netted choker by working the body of the collar fi rst, then the decreases at the ends. Although the technique is relatively simple, the results are stunning. By varying the number and size of the gem chips and seed beads, you can create many versions, from a choker that hugs your neck to a long elegant rope of gems. G E M C H I P N E T T I N G Step 1: Round 1: Using 1 yard of doubled waxed thread and leaving a 6" tail, *string 1 chip and 3 Delicas. Repeat from * eleven times. Use a square knot to tie the thread into a circle. Pass through the next 3 Delicas and chip to position your needle for the next round. Note: Size 15 beading needles are very fragile, so always hold your thread to pull it through beads; dont use your needle to pull your thread....
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