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Brown Twist

Here's another tiny seed bead necklace I worked on Sunday. I pulled out one of my books to teach myself a new pattern. I finished it up late this evening. This one takes quite a bit of time, because the length of the chain is only extended by one bead for every four beads added. These are tiny 11/0 sead beads, so you can imagine how my eyes felt after finishing this one up!

My next one I'm going to make using several different colors and bead styles.


The Clever Pup said…
Hey I make necklaces too. Nothing as intricate as yours or as nice as my friend Verena. I posted about her on Feb 27.

Maybe I should take some photos. Thanks for inspiring me.
Lindsey said…
Beautiful! I would love to wear a necklace like that. I love the brown!!
I've never made any jewelry. I think I might give it a shot sometime. 'Cause I am lovin' that necklace.

I have been really busy! Sorry I have been M.I.A. Things don't look like they will slow down until Monday for me.

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