Beaded Rivoli Bezel Pendant - Chaos Star Twin Bead Jewelry Making Tutorial
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Your Jewelry Making Quest!0:44
Gathering Your Beads1:20
Stitching the First Row of Your Bezel2:26
Beading the Back of the Rivoli2:31
Sewing on the Bail of the Pendant1:48
Shiny Beaded Victory!1:06
About This Class
This bezel pendant wan inspired by the eight pointed star representing the numerous directions life can take us. Enjoy making this super easy beaded pendant using your favorite colors! Use darker tones for a more goth aesthetic, or greens and earthy tones for a more spiritual look
This is a simple bezel utilizing Twin beads, bicones, and a super sparkly Rivoli cabochon. The top-drilled bicones that stud the perimeter can be replaced with other shapes of beads such as daggers or drops.
Create a pendant using your favorite bead colors
- One 14mm Rivoli or Cabochon
- Approx 5g of Twin Beads
- 1 color 15/0 Seed Beads
- 1 color 11/0 Seed Beads
- Eight 3mm bicones
- Eight Top-Drilled Bicones or Drops
- One 4-6mm Closed Jumpring
- Size 12 Needle and Thread
Don't forget to come and join us at the Creations From Lessons With Odin Facebook group to show off your creations and talk with other beaders!
Feeling adventurous? Why not try out some of my more advanced patterns available in PDF format:
"Achaidh Cheide" "Heavy Interlude"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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I am a self-proclaimed Renaissance Man that has dabbled in practically anything and everything. My passions are currently focused in Creative Writing, as well as handmade Jewelry making.
I have been creating jewelry for over twelve years, and teaching others for six years at local bead shops, as well as creating digital PDF and video tutorials.
My formal education focused on Game Development, and I have found a creative outlet designing systems and lore for pen and paper RPGs such as Dungeons and Dragons.
Join me for lessons in Jewelry Making and improving your Dungeon Design skills as a Game Master for pen and paper RPGs.
I also have fun with fountain pens, and if you want to see some of my practice fails, be sure to follow me on Instagram. I also post a lot of pictures of my kitties....so that is certainly motivation.
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