Connecting Beaded Bezels and Netted Chains - Crystal Lilies Part 2 | Odin O | Skillshare

Connecting Beaded Bezels and Netted Chains - Crystal Lilies Part 2

Odin O, Jewelry Artist, Writer, Blogger

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    • Beginning Your Jewelry Making Quest

      0:41
    • Gathering Your Beads and Materials

      2:14
    • Connecting the Center 14mm to the 27mm Rivoli Bezels

      4:45
    • Stitching the 18mm Rivolis to the 27mm Beaded Bezel

      2:54
    • Attaching the 14mm Bezels to the Necklace

      1:39
    • Creating the Fringe Drops on the Cabochons

      2:17
    • Beading the Pearl and Crescent Chain

      12:14
    • Connecting the Crescent Chain to the Necklace

      1:24
    • Beading the Netted Chain and Attaching the Clasp

      10:21
    • Victory! Enjoy Your Handmade Jewelry Creation!

      1:41

About This Class

Join Odin on another Epic beading adventure. Follow along to create this stunning necklace masterpiece inspired by Monet's water lilies, or take one part and create your own stunning jewelry pieces. This class is for Part 2 of Crystal Lilies, where we teach you how to connect the crescent beaded bezels that you learned to make in Part 1 and stitch them together using the Right Angle Weave. Then tailor it to your style with a new Czechmates Crescent Bead component and a netted chain with crystal bicones and round pearls. Even if you do not create the whole necklace, this class is chock full of techniques for you to use on  your very own jewelry designs.

Play with colors and create your own personal rainbow while learning intermediate beading techniques.

Find the other parts on my Channel here:

https://www.skillshare.com/r/odinsmusings

ASSIGNMENT 

Bring the whole necklace together and learn new variations on favorite beading techniques.

Materials:

Part 1: Rivolis

14mm Crescent Beaded Pendant Supplies (Multiply this by FIVE if you are making the full necklace):

  • One 14mm Rivoli or round cabochon
  • Two colors of 15/0 Seed Beads
  • Two colors of 11/0 Seed Beads (Miyuki, Toho, or Preciosa should be fine)
  • (6) CzechMates Two Hole Crescent Beads
  • (9) Czech True 2mm Fire Polish Beads
  • 11/0 Toho Demi Round Beads
  • 8/0 Toho Demi Round Beads
  • (6) 3mm Fire Polish Round Beads
  • (6) 4mm Bicone Beads (I used Swarovski here)
  • (6) 4mm Pearl Round beads
  • (3) 3mm Bicones (once again, Swarovski)

18mm Focal Pendant Materials (Multiply this by TWO if you are making the full necklace):

NOTE: The materials list below also includes the beads needed for one bezeled spike bead you learned to make from Part 1. Please have the spike bead made before starting Part 2.

  • One 18mm Rivoli
  • The same 11/0 and 15/0 Seed beads
  • The Same Toho Demi Rounds
  • (8) CzechMates two Hole Crescent Beads
  • (12) Czech True 2mm Fire Polish Beads
  • (4) 3mm Bicones
  • (8) 3mm Czech Fire Polish Rounds
  • (8) 4mm Bicones
  • (8) 4mm Pearl Rounds

27mm Focal Pendant Materials (You will only need ONE for the necklace):

  • One 27mm Rivoli
  • The Same 11/0 and 15/0 Seed Beads
  • The same 8/0 Demi Rounds
  • (10) CzechMates Two Hole Crescent Beads
  • (15) 4mm Bicones
  • (20) 4mm Pearl Rounds
  • (15) 3mm Czech Fire Polish Rounds
  • (15) Czech True 2mm Fire Polish Rounds (10 Color A, 5 Color B optional)
  • (10) SuperDuo Beads

Part 2: Connectors and Chain Materials:

  • The same 11/0 and 15/0 Seed Beads
  • (6) 6mm Rounds (Pearls or Fire Polish work - Add two more for Earrings)
  • (24) CzechMates Two Hole Crescent Beads ( I used a color B that matched one of the seed Bead colors. Add 8 more for Earrings)
  • (54+) 4mm Bicones (Add 8 more for Earrings, also may need more depending on length of chain you want)
  • (24) 3mm Bicones or Pearl Rounds (Add 8 more for Earrings)
  • (46) 3mm Czech Glass Fire Polish Beads (Add 12 more for Earrings)
  • (28+) 4mm Round Pearls (May need more depending on length of chain you want)
  • (7) Teardrops, Pendant beads, Briolettes, or Spikes (Add two more fore Earrings
  • (7) Accent Beads (Can be whatever shapes you want. Add two more for Earrings)
  • Clasp of choice

MASTER TOTALS FOR THE WHOLE NECKLACE: AND EARRINGS

  • Five 14mm Rivolis or round cabochon
  • Two 18mm Rivolis or round cabochon
  • One 27mm Rivoli or round cabochon
  • Two colors 15/0 Seed Beads (toho, Miyuki, or Preciosa is fine)
  • Two colors 11/0 Seed Beads
  • 8/0 Toho Demi round beads (about 5g)
  • 11/0 Toho Demi Rounds Seed Beads (less than 1g)
  • (120) 3mm Czech Fire Polish Round Beads
  • (105) 4mm Bicones (I used Swarovski)
  • (84) Czech True 2mm Fire Polish Rounds (I used 79 Color A, 5 color B)
  • (94) 4mm Round Pearls
  • (94) Two Hole Crescents (I used 62 color A, 32 color B)
  • (75) 3mm Bicones
  • (10) SuperDuo Beads
  • (8) 6mm Round Beads (pearls or fire polish)
  • (9) Teardrops, pendant beads, etc.
  • (9) Accent beads
  • Clasp of Choice
  • Size 12 Needle and 6lb Fireline

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!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lessonswithodin/

Feeling adventurous? Why not try out some of my more advanced patterns available in PDF format:

https://www.craftsy.com/profile/odin-s-bead-hall

Music:

"Achaidh Cheide" "Heavy Interlude" "Moorland"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Odin O

Jewelry Artist, Writer, Blogger

Greetings!

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 thirteen 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 a lot of my inspiration comes from the fantastical worlds ...

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