Beaded jewellry – Some more simple beaded patterns (Part III)

And some beaded patterns 🙂

Let’s see

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Beaded jewelry – Earrings from bugle beads!!!!

Very often we buy bugle beads and then it is stored for long time and we don’t know what to make from it. Today I suggest how to make beaded jewelry. i.e. earrings from bugle beads.

Let’s start!!

We need the next material: bugle beads, seed beads, big beads, needle, thread and earrings.

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Beaded jewelry – Beaded chain to the pendant

Hi, my dear!

Today we’ll find how to make beaded chain for pendant or something like pendant.

In the previous tutorial we made big beaded bead and we need to hang it on something. There are many variants, but I want to suggest one of them.

The original version of this tutorial is here.

The chain is rather simple, but to my mind it’s very nice.

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Beaded jewelry – Beaded bead or beaded pendant!!

Today we’ll talk about beaded bead and how to make beaded jewelry from it. This beaded bead can be of different size, but mine is rather big. That’s why it can be used only alone. It’s my opinion :)) But you can do everything, that your fantasy and imagination suggest you.

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Beaded jewelry – Herringbone necklace

Hello,

I see that many people like herringbone stitch. And i’ve decided to get you scheme of one more beaded necklace made by herringbone (or ndebele) stitch. Early I have already showed you how to make beaded spiral, herringbone  spiral or ndebele spiral. You can see it here. In this beaded necklace we use the same beaded technique, though not in spiral but in flat cloth.

For this necklace you’ll need big beads and beads of small size (№ 10 or 12). Follow the next picture:

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Beaded jewelry – Well-known beaded necklace “Mylene Farmer”

Hello!!

Today you’ll find out how to make beaded necklace known as “Mylene Farmer”. It’s very nice and elegant.

kolie

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