LACY DROP Earrings, CRAW Beading Tutorial

Item Description

Downloadable PDF Beading Tutorial.

This is a modern geometric beading project with beautiful focal Czech lacy tear drop beads and Toho seed beads woven beautifully around it with the cubic right angle weave and a pearlescent round glass bead dangle.

• A Digital Beading Tutorial as.pdf file, which includes:
- photo with the finished earrings,
- list of all needed materials and tools, including bead colors and numbers,
- detailed instruction with text and photos.

Project level:
Experienced Intermediate Beader, but anyone who is familiar with CRAW technique can take up this beading project.

Techniques used:
CRAW stitch (cubic right angle weave stitch)

Materials: (Please contact me if you need assistance in finding the beads needed for this tutorial)
17x12mm Lacy Tear, Czech Glass Beads (from Rutkovsky)
11/0 Japanese round seed beads
8/0 Japanese round seed beads
10mm round glass beads
One pair earwires
2 5mm split jump rings
Size D beading thread

Length with earwire - 5.8 cm (2.3 inches)
Width – 2.4 cm (1 inch)




IMPORTANT: You are buying a digital beading pattern. NO finished earrings will be mailed. The tutorial is a PDF file, written entirely in English language whith clear photos and text to follow. You will need Acrobat Reader to open this 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).

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An original BeadedTreasury Design (© 2024 Iulia Postica. All rights reserved). This tutorial is for personal use only. It cannot be sold, shared, republished (online and off-line), redistributed, translated without permission, or edited in any way – in part or in whole. However you have permission to sell finished beaded jewelry made from this tutorial. Please always credit me as a designer.

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

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