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Pink and Ivory Netted Necklace

About this design:

I started out by making a sampler of the chenille stitch. I liked the look of the pink and ivory - hence this necklace.

Components:

Seed beads 11/0 Lustered Crystal Rosy Terra Cotta and Matte Light Ivory O Beads - Magic Wine Gold filled findings Gold Plated Swallow

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  1. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Well this is definitely a WOW design. I’m not a pink fan but it certainly is a perfect choice for your design. You just keep making all of these gorgeous pieces of jewelry with such intricate detailed work. Are most or all of the designs your own creations?

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Yes LRC – the stitch is not my creation – it’s called chenille and is made by taking two different stitches -alternating. It can be changed by using different sizes of beads, different types of beads, etc. I made the sampler – last photo – to try out different beads and see how I liked them. There are lots of you tube vids that explain the stitch.

  3. Fresh Baked
    Fresh Baked says:

    I admire your beading skills to execute these beautiful designs. Love that this necklace has some options for how to show it off!

  4. sweetjane
    sweetjane says:

    A lovely necklace….simple and elegant…which is your style!!

  5. dolllady aka Pam
    dolllady aka Pam says:

    Beautiful BLE! It looks fun.

  6. BevB
    BevB says:

    Another masterpiece, Beady! Love the clasp and different ways to wear the necklace.

  7. Robin nursechick
    Robin nursechick says:

    Beady, how elegant this is! The neutral tones are perfection. I love the bird in the front-you certainly have a gift and I love your work!

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Thank you all so much – this is a fun, east stitch.

  9. kye
    kye says:

    I love the subtle beauty if this necklace. You always inspire me to get out my needle and learn new stitches. I just learned the peyote stitch.

  10. Crystal Canary
    Crystal Canary says:

    The color combination is so soft & delicate. I like how the gold plays off the pastels and how the toggle & bird can be displayed anywhere one’s heart desires. I enjoy all the different stitches you show us.

  11. Becca W
    Becca W says:

    Lovely color and design work here with this piece. Very elegant indeed.

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    MH says:

    Gorgeous!!

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Thanks for your comments.

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    kye -I love the peyote stitch but find it hard to do. Can’t wait to see what you come up with.

  15. Stingray
    Stingray says:

    I am by no means a weaver, but I found peyote to be doable, just time consuming. The key is to build the stitch around a wooden dowel.

  16. Stingray
    Stingray says:

    Forgot to mention, good color mix. It’s nice that it can be worn so many ways.

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Thanks Stingray. I have used dowels with tubular peyote and I find it helpful. It’s the flat – zigzag type – with the increases and decreases that seem to get me mixed up sometimes. And making cubes and other shapes. But I’ll keep trying. Never give up…

  18. Beauty Sought Khristin
    Beauty Sought Khristin says:

    BLE this is wonderful! Your photography is wonderful and professional. I always love your work, beading must take so much time and seems to me to require an eye for detail. This is great!

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Thanks Kristin – love your comment. Yes this type of beading does take time but I love it.
    HH – perhaps my bust does not compliment some of my jewelry – that’s why I usually photograph it 2 ways.

  20. Robin nursechick
    Robin nursechick says:

    Beady, your display is just fine-you don’t need to change a thing. You do awesome work and a neutral background is always a good choice-easy on the eyes and it draws attention to the piece of jewelry not the bust.

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Thanks so much Robin. I think we’re typing at the same time. Ha.

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