Summary: Do you like drop glass beads necklace? If yes, you should look at this Pandahall tutorial on how to make green seed beads necklace with glass beads.
Have you ever made any necklaces with green seed beads? So do you want to have a nice try to make a fresh beaded necklace? Today’s Pandahall tutorial on how to make green seed beads necklace with glass beads may attract you a lot. Hoping you will love it.
Supplies needed for this green seed beads necklace:
4mm Green Round Seed Beads
nd Silver Plated Faceted Drop Electroplate Glass Beads
2mm PrussianBlue Glass Seed Beads
Iron Bead Tips Knot Covers
Silver Brass Tube Crimp Beads
Silver Spring Clasps
Iron Jump Rings
Green Nylon Sewing Thread
Round Nose Pliers
Flat Nose Pliers
Instruction on how to make green seed beads necklace:
Step 1: Make the first part of the green seed beads necklace
1st, cut off a piece of green nylon sewing thread and slide 4mm green seed beads, 2mm blue seed beads and 12x6mm drop glass beads onto the thread, then notice that there should be six four green seed beads and five blue seed beads between two drop glass beads;
2nd, add the beads until you get desired length;
3rd, slide a bead tip cover and crimp bead onto one end.
Step 2: Make the second part of the green seed beads necklace
1st, flatten the bead tip cover with pliers and tighten the end;
2nd, cross the thread through the crimp bead and thread it through the green seed beads, blue seed beads and the first drop glass bead;
3rd, slide blue twelve blue seed beads, three green seed beads and a drop glass bead onto the thread (as shown in the picture).
Step 3: Make the third part of the green seed beads necklace
1st, sew the thread through the first green seed bead and tighten the pattern;
2nd, slide five blue seed beads and two green seed beads onto the thread and sew it through the next drop glass bead, then fix the pattern (as shown in the picture).
Step 4: Finish this green seed beads necklace
1st, continue to add seed beads and drop glass beads to make the second drop beaded patterns;
2nd, make more same drop patterns in the same ways;
3rd, sew the thread through the last seed beads and add a bead tip cover and a crimp bead onto the end;
4th, flatten the bead tip, then add a jump ring and a spring clasp onto the two ends to finish this green seed beads necklace making.
Here is the final look of the green seed beads necklace:
See another picture below:
Did you also try to make it? How is your project going? Actually, you just need to be patient enough to slide the beads in order with following the steps, then you can get a chic beading necklace pattern. So are you going to take an action? Please share us your crafts then. See you!
This project is inspired from http://lc.pandahall.com/craft-ideas/12103.html.