Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Basic Net Necklace Pattern Variation 2 - Free Pattern

This pattern is another version of the Basic Net Necklace. The net weave stitch is an easy stitch to learn and very fast to work up. By adding crystals to a basic necklace adds sparkle and elegance.

Basic Net Necklace 2
A  = Miyuki 11/0 seed bead
B = 6mm crystal

Start by waxing and stretching your thread, use Nymo D or C-Lon
& a #11 or #12 beading needle. Tie in a “stopper” bead, leaving
about an 8” tail and begin at step #1. *Fireline 4 or 6lb. crystal
fishing line also works great for bead weaving.

step 1



1.
 Pick up 7A, 1B, 6A, go with thread up through the
1st A bead (of the 7A) just added in this step.

step 2



2.
Pick up
9A, go with thread down through the 2nd A
bead (of the 6A) added in step #1 or step #6.

step 3






  3.  
Pick up 8A, go with thread up through the 5th A bead
just added in this step.

step 4






  4.
Pick up  9A, go with thread up through the 5th A
bead added in step #2.


step 5






5. Pick up
9A, go with thread down through the 5th
A bead added in step #4.



step 6








6.
Pick up 1A, 1B, 6A, go with thread up
through the 5th A bead added in step #5.

step 7

7. Continue necklace by repeating steps #2 through #6 until the necklace fits.

step 88.
To add clasp, Pick up 4A, clasp, 4A, go with thread up through the 3 A beads in necklace. Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times. Weave in and end thread. Repeat the clasp directions in the same manner on the other end after removing the stopper bead.



Basic Net Necklace Pattern Variation 2 - Free Pattern

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3 comments:

Pamelarose said...

I made this with black seed beads and gray pearls. It turned out beautiful! Thank you for sharing. You are a true artist. Your eye for color and pattern detail is exquisite.

Denise Davison said...

I've got to try this lovely necklace. thanks for sharing.
Denise Hanovermerrymakers

karen walker said...

This would look good too as an ankle bracelet

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