Beaded jewelry: Necklace-flowers

Hi!!

Today we’ll make a new beaded necklace. It is very simple, the matter are glass beads. The original tutorial is here.

So, let’s go to the shop, choose beads and seed beads and go on. (I took these ones  http://artbiser.com.ua/991-bs-044-.html and  http://artbiser.com.ua/990-bs-044-.html.)

So, we need as I have already said, beads (of two or more or less colours) and seed beads (also of two or more or less colours).

String one seed bead, bead, 6 seed beads and one bead and close into circle.

String one more 4 seed beads and close into circle.

Put the needle into the next seed bead, as you see on the picture.

String one bead and one seed bead. Put the needle into the bead, go past the seed bead.

Tighten. Puth the needle into the next seed bead of circle.

Let do the same with the next bead. Then put the needle into the bead and seed bead, as you see on the picture.

String one bead, seed bead, bead, two seed bead and one bead.

Close into circle, puting the needle into the seed bead, as you see.

Put the needle into the just strung beads.

String 4 seed beads (it’s our medium of the flower).

Make the first petal.

Let’s make two another beaded petals. Then put the needle into the seed bead and put off the first dark-blue bead.

String 4 seed bead and put the needle into the next petal.

Then continue the next flowers.

If it’s not very clear by pictures, I give a beaded cheme of the beaded necklace.

What we have at the end.

That’s all!!! You may enjoy your new beaded necklace.

If you are interested in how to make beaded necklaces, see here: Steampunk Style Jewelry: Victorian, Fantasy, and Mechanical Necklaces, Bracelets, and Earrings

Good luck!!

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2 Comments

  1. gilla said,

    April 18, 2010 at 7:45 am

    i love the necklace flowers i’m going to do it …..

  2. gilla said,

    April 18, 2010 at 7:47 am

    I loved the necklace-flowers.
    thank you


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