O-Earrings-Beginner’s Tutorial

Hi Fellow Beaders,
This week’s design is for a pair of earrings made using O-beads and fire-polished 4 mm Czech glass. These are simple earrings that you can make up in about an hour. Make them in lots of colors for yourself or give them away as gifts. I made them in two color ways, black and silver and the other copper.

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Materials:
26- 4mm fire polished Czech glass beads
~1 gram of O beads
seedbeads
2-jumprings
2-ear wires
1/2 wing span of 6lb fireline or wildfire
1 beading needle

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Fall Diamond Pendant Cubic Right Angle Weave

Hi Fellow Beaders,
Here is this week’s tutorial. I made a matching pendant to go with the RAW bracelet from last week’s video. This is an advance tutorial that requires knowledge of right angle weave (RAW) and cubic RAW.
The designs is versatile enough that earrings can be made instead of a pendant or even a necklace with several of the pendant shapes connected together.
The pendants look good with a suede or leather cord and worn with jeans or if the pendant is put on a chain can be worn with the little black dress. Definitely consider giving this pendant as gifts made in different colors.

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Materials:
32 bicones (4mm)
11/0 seed beads
15/0 seed beads
~3 yards or meters of 4 or 6 lb fireline
1 beading needle

Fall Right Angle Weave (RAW) Cuff

Hi Fellow Beaders,

I’m late again. I know but I think you’ll like my latest tutorial. It is a cuff bracelet using RAW for the start of the fall season. I hope you enjoy the video and if you do please subscribe. I always look forward to seeing your versions of my tutorials on my facebook page so feel free to share.

Thank You,

JRP