l72 The "Oh" Necklace

l72 The "Oh" Necklace

Suited for intermediate level who knows basic Right Angle Weave, this tutorial is a combination of beadwork and wirework techniques. For the beading part, you'll learn how to create a bead wrapped armature using Right Angle Weave. The beading techniques you'll learn can be used on different sizes of armature. Using the bead wrapped armature as a pendant you'll then use simple wirework skills to create the necklace. For wirework techniques, basic skills like making loops and linking is needed.

The tutorial has ultra-clear, close-up photos and a pattern for the RAW.  Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.

If you followed this tutorial and then sell the accessory or jewelry, please give credit to the author or DIY Beading Club.com

Materials Needed:
Bead wrapped armature
(A) 11/0 Permanent Finish - Galvanized Aluminum Toho seedbeads
(B) 11/0 Metallic Iris Purple Toho seedbeads
(C) 15/0 Permanent Finish - Galvanized Aluminum Toho seedbeads
(D) 8/0 Permanent Finish - Galvanized Aluminum Toho seedbeads
36 dia. Armature with 4mm thickness (can be plastic or metal)
Nymo beading threads size D

4mm Purple pearls
5mm Purple pearls
8mm Purple pearls
16mm closed silver rings
27mm closed silver rings
21ga Jump rings
1.75-inch Head pins
1-inch Eye pins
Clasp of your choice

Tools Needed:
Beading Needle size 11 or 12
Wire cutter
2 Chain nose pliers
Round nose pliers

Jewelry Making Techniques:
Beadweaving - Right Angle Weave (RAW), making picots
Wirework Techniques - making loops, linking
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