Scrying Wheel Part 2 - DIY Beaded Necklace Chain Jewelry Making Tutorial With Right Angle Weave

Odin O, Jewelry Artist, Writer, Game Dev

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9 Videos (23m)
    • Beginning Your Jewelry Making Adventure!

      0:35
    • Gathering Your Beads and Materials

      2:04
    • Beading the Crescent Box Component

      5:57
    • Stitching the First Rondelle Beaded Segment

      7:12
    • Beading the Right Angle Weave Box Chain

      1:23
    • Transition to the Herringbone Stitch

      2:12
    • Ending and Adding New Threads

      1:57
    • Attaching Your Clasp

      0:38
    • Victory! Enjoy Your Beaded Necklace!

      1:13

About This Class

Enjoy some basic beading techniques with this beaded necklace chain from my Scrying Wheel series. Use the Scrying Wheel focal, or add this chain to whatever pendant you like to create a unique jewelry piece. Combine all the bead stitches used in the video, or make a unique combination of your own. Either way, you will have fun with crystals, pearls, crescents, and tilas!

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

Find Part 1 on my channel Here:

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

ASSIGNMENT 

Create a necklace chain using your favorite bead colors.

Materials:

Part 2 Beaded Chain Materials:

  • Sixteen (16) Crescent Beads
  • Eight (8) Tila Beads
  • Two 8mm Rivolis or Chatons (Swarovski SS39)
  • Two 6-8mm Rubber Rings or jumprings
  • 11/0 Seed Beads
  • 15/0 Seed Beads
  • 11/0 Delica Beads
  • Six (6) 8mm rounds or rondelles
  • Two (2) 6mm Bicones
  • Four (4) 6mm Rounds
  • Tw0 (2) 4mm Rounds
  • Twenty-Four (24) Metal Spacers or O-Beads
  • Forty (40) 3mm Bicones color A
  • Thirty-four (34) 3mm Bicones color B
  • Twelve (12) 4mm Bicones
  • Two (2) 3mm Rounds
  • One (1) Clasp
  • Needle and Thread

Focal Pendant Supplies for Part 1:

  • One (1) 18mm Rivoli or Round Cabochon
  • Four (4) 8mm Rondelles
  • Four (4) CzechMates 2-Hole Triangles
  • Twelve (12) Crescent Beads
  • Eight (8) SuperDuo Beads
  • Sixteen (16)  O-Beads
  • Four (4) 6mm Disc Pendants (like Swarovski Xillion 6428), or Dragonscales, something flat
  • Ten (10) 3mm Rounds
  • Twelve (12) 3mm Bicones 
  • Four (4) 7x17mm Spikes or drop pendants (3 color A, 1 color B)
  • One (1) Focal bead (I used a Metal Skull bead and a Swarovski Scarab)
  • Size 15/0 Seed Beads
  • Size 11/0 Seed Beads
  • Size 11 Delicas/Cylinder beads
  • 4-6in of chain
  • 1.5ft of 22ga wire
  • One (1) 3-4mm Jumpring
  • Size 12 and 13 needles
  • Thread
  • Wire shaping tools (Cutter, round, and chain nose pliers)

Show me what you did at Odin's Bead Hall:

https://www.facebook.com/OdinsBeadHall/

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:

http://www.craftsy.com/user/1297745/pattern-store

Music:

"Achaidh Cheide" "Heavy Interlude"
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, Game Dev

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 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...

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