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Bedouin Amulet

Bring Middle Eastern flair to your bead stitching with this detailed pendant design.
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Description
Evoke the rich tradition of an amulet case with this richly textured peyote-stitched pendant. Bring some Bedouin flair to your stitching with the strikingly detailed design. Add tassels and metal beads for a truly awe-inspiring look that will turn heads and be the perfect accent accessory.

SKU: EP7109

Author/Speaker/Editor: Diane Fitzgerald

Format: eProject

Details

Required Material:
  • Silver size 15° Japanese seed beads
  • Bright silver size 11° cylinder beads
  • Dark silver size 11° cylinder beads
  • Silver 2mm seamless rounds
  • Sssorted Bali silver 7x10mm decorative beads
  • 3 Bali silver 12x68mm dangles with assorted spacers, beads, bead caps, and tassels
  • Bali silver 4mm daisy spacers
  • Bali silver 8x4mm bead caps
  • Silver 6x12mm lobster clasp
  • silver 1" eye pins
  • silver 4.5mm jump rings
  • Silver 6mm soldered jump rings
  • Silver 3x4.5mm textured chain
  • 1 wood ½ × 23⁄8" cylindrical needle case
  • Gray size D nylon or smoke 6 lb braided
  • beading thread
  • Microcrystalline beading wax
  • Scissors
  • Size 12 beading needle
  • Thread burner or lighter
  • 2 pairs of chain- or flat-nose pliers
  • Round-nose pliers
  • Wire cutters
Technique: Bead Stitching
Originally Published: Beadwork October/November 2012

SKU: EP7109

Author/Speaker/Editor: Diane Fitzgerald

Format: eProject

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Customer Reviews

beautiful but time consuming Review by KIM
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I have made this, twice! Made it first in silver and it was gorgeous, and donated it for a Church auction. The second one was in gold and it was a gift. It is a very time consuming project, at least for me, but well worth the effot. My favorite one though was in silver.

(Posted on 8/3/2014)

(Posted on 8/3/2014)

I love it!! Review by G.
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I love this pattern! Though I haven't started it yet....well, it's from Diane Fitzgerald so that says enough. I'm in a Middle Eastern dance group (belly dance) so I do know how authentic this looks. It's beautiful. I will be the envy of others with this on! Thanks for the wonderful design. More, more, more.

(Posted on 11/23/2013)

(Posted on 11/23/2013)