Labradorite Cascade

A strung and wireworked necklace that culminates in waterfall-like fringe

SKU# EP1493

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Stringing with seed beads is one of Bonnie's favorite techniques. The seed beads take the place of traditional knotting between beads, allowing you to string quickly. They also prevent large-holed beads from falling off the end of a head pin when making dangles. Here, seed beads mingle with crystal, labradorite, and fire-polished beads, forming a necklace with a stunning, waterfall-like fringe centerpiece.
Required Materials: Seed beads, crystal rounds, bicones, cubes, rondelles, ovals, coins, daisy spacer bars, head pins, S-clasp, crimp beads, beading wire. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Wire cutters, flat-nose pliers, round-nose pliers, bead stops. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Stringing, Wirework
Finished Size: 20 1/2" (with 4 1/2" fringe)
Originally Published: Beadwork, June/July 2007

SKU: EP1493

Author/Speaker/Editor: Bonnie Clewans

Format: eProject