Stone Soup Necklace

Free-form Peyote Stitch Necklace

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Making this necklace is a good way to use up your bead soup or leftover beads. The design was inspired by Anna Karena Tollin's beautiful necklace on the cover of Beadwork Creates Necklaces (Interweave Press, 2002). This design is different, however, because it uses a donut instead of a vessel as a pendant, and it is worked vertically in peyote stitch rather than horizontally.
Required Materials: Seed beads, accent beads, stone donut, toggle clasp, beading wire, thread, thread conditioner. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Beading needle, scissors, wire cutters. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Peyote Stitch, Stringing, Knotting And Macrame
Finished Size: 24"
Originally Published: Beadwork Online, 2007

SKU: EP0356

Author/Speaker/Editor: Tina Koyama

Format: eProject