Dancing Cabs Necklace Beadwork Project

Discover a gorgeous necklace that incorporates challenging stitches that will advance your beading skills.
SKU: EP11889

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Make this beautiful accessory using backstitch, tubular peyote stitch, brick-stitch edging, whipstitch, circular square stitch, and two-needle ladder stitch! Creatively join and embellish two bead-embroidered bezels with seed beads, fire-polished rounds, and two-hole bricks or rullas, then get your needles dancing as you work a two-needle technique for the intricate, coordinating chain.

Finished Size: 17¾" (necklace); 1½ × 2¾" (pendant)
Required Materials:
  • light green Ceylon pearl size 15° seed beads
  • color-lined olive rainbow size 11° cylinder beads
  • silver-lined mint opal size 11° seed beads
  • silver-lined light black diamond rainbow size 11° seed beads
  • jet Picasso 4mm fire-polished rounds
  • jet Picasso 6×3mm 2-hole brick beads
  • jet Picasso 2.5×6mm rizo drop
  • black cat's eye 12mm round glass cabochon
  • black cat's eye 16mm round glass cabochon
  • antiqued pewter 13mm 2-strand toggle clasp
  • Smoke 6 lb braided beading thread
  • Clear craft adhesive
  • 1 × 2" piece of beading foundation
  • 1 × 2" piece of mint green or black Ultrasuede
  • Black permanent marker or fabric dye
Tools: Scissors; 4 size 10 beading needles
Technique: Backstitch; tubular peyote stitch; brick-stitch edging; whipstitch; circular square stitch; two-needle ladder stitch
Originally Published: Beadwork June/July 2014

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SKU EP11889
Author/Speaker/Editor Laura Luepke
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