Make a charming, sparkly heart pendant with cubic right angle weave around a bezeled Swarovski chaton crystal stone. This tutorial presents clear action by action instructions and full color photographs to assist you through the design of this lovely pendant. These are so easily adjustable – make them in any color, make them with spiky crystal decorations, make one a larger size (fundamental directions for increasing the size are included) or make more than one and link them together for a locket or bracelet! Because these are little and quick, they also make fabulous eleventh hour gifts when you’re running behind and need something quick to whip up.
Products needed are minimal – you just require some size 11 seed beads, some size 15 seed beads, a 29ss (6mm) chaton, one size 8 bead and a jump ring or 2. Your finished heart will determine around 1.25 & quot; & quot; with the jump ring connected.
Beading problem; intermediate. You will find it much simpler to build your pendant if you are familiar and comfy with cubic ideal angle weave, but the steps for weaving CRAW are included.
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