FREE beading pattern for Royal Lace necklace

This pattern definitely takes some patience to make, but the end result is lovely.  To make it, you need 11/0 Czech seed beads, 4mm crystals, and 4mm and 6mm pearls.  The piece below was made using AB sapphire 4mm crystals, ivory pearls, and silver 11/0 Czech seed beads.  The other example was made with copper seed beads, metallic copper crystals, and beige pearls.  I plan to include a pattern for matching earrings in my next post.  Enjoy!

FREE beading pattern: Royal Lace

FREE beading pattern: Royal Lace

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FREE beading pattern for necklace Stone Glam

This design uses 20mm pillow beads along with 4mm and 6mm round beads of natural stone (magnesite in this case), accented with 11/0 Czech copper seed beads and 4mm copper satin pearls.  I love the way the natural stone looks in this piece.  Enjoy!

FREE beading pattern: Stone Glam

FREE beading pattern: Stone Glam

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FREE beading pattern for Coraled-V necklace

This pattern uses the coraling stitch, common in beading.  But what is unique about this pattern is the strand that makes the V-shape that the coral strands are attached to.  This strand is basically a modified spiral rope stitch with an extra stabilization row along the top to make it lie flat, and spaces on the bottom that are ideal for “sprouting” coral strands.  For this piece, I used black and copper 11/0 seed beads, 15/0 black seed beads for the stabilization row, and different colored drilled chips (blue, green, purple, and orange) for the coraled strands.

FREE beading pattern: Coraled V necklace

FREE beading pattern: Coraled V necklace

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FREE beading pattern for necklace Tila Netting

I wanted to create a geometric design using tila beads, and after some trial and error, this is the final result I came up with (which I was very happy with).  Necklaces below were made with smaller Czech 11/0 seed beads. (Larger TOHO or Japanese 11/0 seed beads might work too, but I haven’t tried it yet).  The piece shown below was made with shiny copper 5mm tila beads, 4mm bronze metallic bicones, and iris brown and copper 11/0 seed beads.  When I bought the jet black AB tila’s online, I did not know they were only AB on the front; the back was opaque shiny black with no iridescence.  So the resulting necklace became reversible by accident (i.e. the photos of the black/blue-AB tilas and the black tilas are actually the same necklace).  I plan to include a pattern for matching earrings in my next post.  Enjoy!

FREE beading pattern: Tila Netting

FREE beading pattern: Tila Netting

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FREE beading pattern for Fringed Bezel necklace

Here is yet another design for an 18x25mm cabochon, which uses a variation of the St. Petersburg chain that both frames the cabochon and continues on to form the necklace strands.  This design has two versions: one with bugles for longer fringe (shown in the green and copper necklace), and one with alternating fringe beads (demonstrated in the blue and gold necklace).  The green version is made using a dark resin opalescent 18x25mm cabochon and resembles a Peacock feather, while the blue and gold version is made using a light resin cabochon and has a more classical look.  Both designs require 11/0 seed beads and either bugle beads or small fringe beads for the chain, and 15/0 and 11/0 seed beads for netting the bezel around the cabochon.

FREE beading pattern: Fringed Bezel Necklace

FREE beading pattern: Fringed Bezel Necklace

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