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Monday, December 01, 2014

Shibori silk wild rose necklace


This Wild Rose Necklace is the piece that I made for the Bead Journal Project back in August.  Sorry that it's taken so long to share the tutorial, but I had to first show you all the parts, which are linked below!



1. Create a wild rose flower according to the instructions at the link.  Make a leaf according to these instructions.




2. Cut a small piece of backing fabric and lightly glue it to the back of the interfacing.




3. Stitch the flower and a leaf to the backing fabric, and clip it so none shows from the front.




4. The finished centerpiece.




5. Stitch on two soldered loops.




6. Add a wire to each side with wrapped wire loops.




7. Add a bead and a filigree piece to each side.




8. Add various chains pieces and wire-wrapped beaded links to one side and finish with a hook clasp.




9. Finish the other side similarly, and end with a beaded dangle.


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3 comments:

Eileen The Artful Crafter said...

I've been wondering what you might do with this gorgeous silk flower. It's perfect!

Cyndi L said...

Thank you, Eileen!

Cherie Burbach said...

Once again, I would have never thought to do this. You always show me something new.

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