“Mildred’s” Cross is now published as part of DIY Jewelry Making #64. This tutorial is written by one of our regular contributors – Gianna Lammering. Warning: this is an advanced project, you will need to master Cubic Right Angle Weave to do this project. The video below shows process to make project. For step by step instruction, do login to our member area to follow this project. If you are not a member yet, just subscribe from the link here.
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thread. Put thread on needle.
Add to needle 2 white 15/0 seedbeads pull the beads down the thread. Leave an end tale of
about 20 cm / 8 inches.
Go back around in to both beads again.
Go up in the first one again,
and down in the second.
the second white seedbead again.
Go back up in the gold seedbead.
Add to needle one 11/0 gold and go up in the gold 15/0 seedbead,
and down in the 11/0.
Add to needle another gold 11/0 and go down in to the first 11/0.
the second 11/0.
piece so the 15/0 gold is on the left side. Go up in the white 15/0 on the
white on the first row.
down in the first 11/0 gold on the first row.
in the 15/0 gold.
(when you continue rows you always step up in 2 white seedbeads)
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