Tutorial to create 'Magnolia' designed by Diana Miglionico-Shiraishi for Jasmine Tea Designs.
As featured in Bead&Button's special edition of 'Kumihimo Fiber & Bead Jewelry', May 2016
This tutorial gives you the direction to use Tex 400 beading cord to support small hole, heavy pendants as a focal.
Skill Level: Intermediate Rated 4 beads out of 5 by Bead&Button
Braid Structure: Yatsu Kongoh-gumi, Z spiral
Technique: Counted pattern, Coming on and off the disk to add elements
Finished Necklace Length: 21 Inches Pendant drop: 1.75 Inches
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Tutorials and patterns are for personal use only; reproduction and distribution of these instructions in whole or in part, in any form, without the author’s consent, is strictly prohibited. If you wish to teach these instructions, please contact Diana Miglionico-Shiraishi at Diana@JasmineTeaDesigns.com directly for permission and additional copies. Should you sell your creations, please give credit for the original design to Diana Miglionico-Shiraishi, Jasmine Tea Designs.
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