BEAD CROCHET WITH LOOP Necklace Tutorial, Beaded crochet rope pattern made with seed beads - .PDF Download

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This Bead Crochet Pattern was initially written and published in my etsy shop in 2013, but it was taken down for the past two years. 

Since I've been working on beaded rope designs in the past few months, it seemed natural to return to this old and (unjustly) forgotten design, to update and re-list the Bead Crochet with Loop Pattern. This is a different kind of bead crochet, it is a textured spiral rope very fun to make, different from the smooth bead crochet ropes with which we are all familiar. I'm certain you will love it as much as I do.

The .PDF file is written in English Language and includes:
- general photo of the necklace,
- information on materials and tools needed,
- step by step instruction with photos and text,
- instruction with photos and text on how to finish the necklace.

Skill level: Intermediate, assuming a basic knowledge of double bead crochet technique.



You are buying a digital good. NO finished jewelry will be sent. You will receive ONLY the digital pattern that will help you make the necklace yourself. The tutorial is a downloadable .pdf file, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the document. 

INSTANT DOWNLOAD is available. When you make your first purchase, you will be given an account automatically with a short password. You will receive an invoice via email with  your new username and password at the bottom, and a hyperlink to each of the patterns you just bought so you can download. If you forget the password, you can have a new one sent by selecting "Request new passowrd" in the Log In section (which appears at the bottom of each page of the website).

See SHOP POLICIES for more details.


This tutorial is for personal use only.
Do not share, sell, copy or teach any part of the tutorial.
However you have permission to sell finished jewelry made from this tutorial - please give credit to the designer (Iulia Postica / BeadedTreasury).
No mass production.

Feel free to email me with any questions and thanks for stopping by!

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