Temaki Pendant

Herringbone-stitch this delicious sushi-shaped pendant

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What's a temaki? Sushi fans know it's a cone-shaped morsel of rice filled with tasty goodies. Its curled shape inspired this herringbone-stitched pendant's name.
Required Materials: Cylinder beads, hex-cut cylinder beads, seed beads, keishi pearls, potato pearls, rice pearls, button pearls, toggle clasp, crimp tubes, beading wire, beading thread, thread conditioner (optional). See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Beading needle, scissors, small bowl, crimping pliers. Finished size 17" (with 4???" pendant). See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: < /strong>Herringbone/Ndebele Stitch, Stringing
Originally Published: Beadwork, December 2007/January 2008

SKU: EP1221

Author/Speaker/Editor: Tina Koyama

Format: eProject