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Beaded Locket Necklace Pattern

£6.00

Capture someone you love with beads and keep them close with this Victorian inspired beaded locket project. You will learn to bezel a photo of your choice using peyote stitch. Once encapsulated you will complete the lid, hinge and clasp, and embellish the front with delicate floral accents of your choice. Suitable for advanced beaders.

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Description

Capture someone you love with beads and keep them close with this Victorian inspired beading project. This tutorial shows you how to create a beaded keepsake with this elegant peyote endant.

You will learn to bezel a photo of your choice using beadweaving techniques. Once encapsulated, you will complete the lid, hinge and clasp, and then embellish the front with delicate floral accents of your choice.

A knowledge of peyote stitch and square stitch are necessary and a little experience of bezelling cabochons would be helpful.

Most suitable for advanced beaders. Tutorial includes step by step diagrams and easy to follow instructions.

You will need:

  • Size 11 Delicas
  • Size 8, 11 and 15 seed beads
  • 1 x 4mm Crystalett button for clasp – optional
  • A selection of small beads and crystals for embellishment
  • Chain and findings of your choice to hang your finished pendant
  • A picture/photograph approx. 35mm x 40mm
  • Clear shrink plastic (unshrunk!) or acetate OR a 18mm x 25mm glass cabochon
  • Small piece of card in a toning colour to your project (approx 5cm x 5cm)

If you choose Digital, then the PDF instructions will be emailed to you within 24 hours once payment has been received, no shipping will be charged. If you choose Printed then a printed copy of the instructions will be sent to you in the post and you will be charged the standard postage cost.

Additional information

Pattern format

Digital, Printed

1 review for Beaded Locket Necklace Pattern

  1. helen.mclauchlan

    Made my first one of these on a course. Using techniques I had not tried before, I found it quite fiddly, but I have made a second one since which is much neater, and I found much easier. It’s a really lovely pattern which you can make your own with colours and embellishments.

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