Red Miyuki and Glass Beads Set

    This fun set includes both Miyuki and Glass beads. With a little explanation not difficult at all to make with nice different techniques. Sit down for an afternoon and you have a nice set together.

    Used materials:

    Miyuki necklace:

    Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Wine
    Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Dark Topaz
    Miyuki Seed Beads 11/0 Opaque Dark Cream
    Stainless Steel Cable Chain 2mm with Bead and Clasp
    Gold jumprings 4mm
    Lobster Clasp 12mm
    Beading needle 0.46mm

    Glass beads necklace:

    Gold jumprings 4mm
    Lobster Clasp 12mm
    Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
    Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

    Glass bead earrings:

    Stainless Steel Hoop Earrings Gold 20mm
    Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red

    Glass bead ring:

    Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
    Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

    Miyuki brick stitch necklace:

    For this necklace, I made 3 hexagons using the brick stitch technique. A fun way to incorporate miyuki delicas into all different shapes and patterns. In the video below I use the 6/0 or 4mm miyuki seed beads instead of the smaller delica's as in the necklace, this way you can clearly see how the technique works. You first make three separate hexagons with this technique and then sew them together with a piece of c-lon thread. Make a knot and pull the knot through a bead to finish and hide your knot. The stainless steel jasseron is also attached with a piece of c-lon thread.

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    Glass beads necklace:

    You start by cutting about 20 pieces of gold steel wire. Make pieces about 2.5cm long. Take a piece of wire you just cut and twist a circle on it, at the end of the piece. Make sure the circle closes well and then thread a glass bead onto it. Turn the other end of the wire into a closed circle as well. Take another piece of wire and twist another circle on the end. Only this time don't close it completely but first attach the second piece to the first one you already made with the glass bead on it. When the pieces are attached to each other, thread a glass bead onto the second piece and turn the end of the piece into a closed loop again. Repeat these steps until you feel your chain is long enough. Attach a jumpring to both ends with a carabiner on one side as well and your necklace is complete!

    Glass bead earring: 

    Cut a piece of steel wire about 1 meter long. Twist the wire 3 times around the beginning of the earring so it is secure. Thread on a glass bead and and twist the steel wire with the glass bead around the earring so it is securely attached. Then twist the steel wire around the earring twice again, and then thread on another glass bead. continue until the earring is completely full. At the end, wrap the steel wire around the earring 3 more times and then cut it off. 

    Glass bead ring:

    Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)

Red Miyuki and Glass Beads Set

This fun set includes both Miyuki and Glass beads. With a little explanation not difficult at all to make with nice different techniques. Sit down for an afternoon and you have a nice set together.

Used materials:

Miyuki necklace:

Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Wine
Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Dark Topaz
Miyuki Seed Beads 11/0 Opaque Dark Cream
Stainless Steel Cable Chain 2mm with Bead and Clasp
Gold jumprings 4mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Beading needle 0.46mm

Glass beads necklace:

Gold jumprings 4mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

Glass bead earrings:

Stainless Steel Hoop Earrings Gold 20mm
Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red

Glass bead ring:

Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

Miyuki brick stitch necklace:

For this necklace, I made 3 hexagons using the brick stitch technique. A fun way to incorporate miyuki delicas into all different shapes and patterns. In the video below I use the 6/0 or 4mm miyuki seed beads instead of the smaller delica's as in the necklace, this way you can clearly see how the technique works. You first make three separate hexagons with this technique and then sew them together with a piece of c-lon thread. Make a knot and pull the knot through a bead to finish and hide your knot. The stainless steel jasseron is also attached with a piece of c-lon thread.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

 

Glass beads necklace:

You start by cutting about 20 pieces of gold steel wire. Make pieces about 2.5cm long. Take a piece of wire you just cut and twist a circle on it, at the end of the piece. Make sure the circle closes well and then thread a glass bead onto it. Turn the other end of the wire into a closed circle as well. Take another piece of wire and twist another circle on the end. Only this time don't close it completely but first attach the second piece to the first one you already made with the glass bead on it. When the pieces are attached to each other, thread a glass bead onto the second piece and turn the end of the piece into a closed loop again. Repeat these steps until you feel your chain is long enough. Attach a jumpring to both ends with a carabiner on one side as well and your necklace is complete!

Glass bead earring: 

Cut a piece of steel wire about 1 meter long. Twist the wire 3 times around the beginning of the earring so it is secure. Thread on a glass bead and and twist the steel wire with the glass bead around the earring so it is securely attached. Then twist the steel wire around the earring twice again, and then thread on another glass bead. continue until the earring is completely full. At the end, wrap the steel wire around the earring 3 more times and then cut it off. 

Glass bead ring:

Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)

Red Miyuki and Glass Beads Set

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    Red Miyuki and Glass Beads Set

    This fun set includes both Miyuki and Glass beads. With a little explanation not difficult at all to make with nice different techniques. Sit down for an afternoon and you have a nice set together.

    Used materials:

    Miyuki necklace:

    Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Wine
    Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Dark Topaz
    Miyuki Seed Beads 11/0 Opaque Dark Cream
    Stainless Steel Cable Chain 2mm with Bead and Clasp
    Gold jumprings 4mm
    Lobster Clasp 12mm
    Beading needle 0.46mm

    Glass beads necklace:

    Gold jumprings 4mm
    Lobster Clasp 12mm
    Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
    Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

    Glass bead earrings:

    Stainless Steel Hoop Earrings Gold 20mm
    Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red

    Glass bead ring:

    Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
    Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

    Miyuki brick stitch necklace:

    For this necklace, I made 3 hexagons using the brick stitch technique. A fun way to incorporate miyuki delicas into all different shapes and patterns. In the video below I use the 6/0 or 4mm miyuki seed beads instead of the smaller delica's as in the necklace, this way you can clearly see how the technique works. You first make three separate hexagons with this technique and then sew them together with a piece of c-lon thread. Make a knot and pull the knot through a bead to finish and hide your knot. The stainless steel jasseron is also attached with a piece of c-lon thread.

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

     

    Glass beads necklace:

    You start by cutting about 20 pieces of gold steel wire. Make pieces about 2.5cm long. Take a piece of wire you just cut and twist a circle on it, at the end of the piece. Make sure the circle closes well and then thread a glass bead onto it. Turn the other end of the wire into a closed circle as well. Take another piece of wire and twist another circle on the end. Only this time don't close it completely but first attach the second piece to the first one you already made with the glass bead on it. When the pieces are attached to each other, thread a glass bead onto the second piece and turn the end of the piece into a closed loop again. Repeat these steps until you feel your chain is long enough. Attach a jumpring to both ends with a carabiner on one side as well and your necklace is complete!

    Glass bead earring: 

    Cut a piece of steel wire about 1 meter long. Twist the wire 3 times around the beginning of the earring so it is secure. Thread on a glass bead and and twist the steel wire with the glass bead around the earring so it is securely attached. Then twist the steel wire around the earring twice again, and then thread on another glass bead. continue until the earring is completely full. At the end, wrap the steel wire around the earring 3 more times and then cut it off. 

    Glass bead ring:

    Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)

Red Miyuki and Glass Beads Set

This fun set includes both Miyuki and Glass beads. With a little explanation not difficult at all to make with nice different techniques. Sit down for an afternoon and you have a nice set together.

Used materials:

Miyuki necklace:

Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Wine
Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Gold Luster Dark Topaz
Miyuki Seed Beads 11/0 Opaque Dark Cream
Stainless Steel Cable Chain 2mm with Bead and Clasp
Gold jumprings 4mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Beading needle 0.46mm

Glass beads necklace:

Gold jumprings 4mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

Glass bead earrings:

Stainless Steel Hoop Earrings Gold 20mm
Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red

Glass bead ring:

Glassbeads 4mm Wine Red
Nickel free copper thread golden 0.6mm

Miyuki brick stitch necklace:

For this necklace, I made 3 hexagons using the brick stitch technique. A fun way to incorporate miyuki delicas into all different shapes and patterns. In the video below I use the 6/0 or 4mm miyuki seed beads instead of the smaller delica's as in the necklace, this way you can clearly see how the technique works. You first make three separate hexagons with this technique and then sew them together with a piece of c-lon thread. Make a knot and pull the knot through a bead to finish and hide your knot. The stainless steel jasseron is also attached with a piece of c-lon thread.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

 

Glass beads necklace:

You start by cutting about 20 pieces of gold steel wire. Make pieces about 2.5cm long. Take a piece of wire you just cut and twist a circle on it, at the end of the piece. Make sure the circle closes well and then thread a glass bead onto it. Turn the other end of the wire into a closed circle as well. Take another piece of wire and twist another circle on the end. Only this time don't close it completely but first attach the second piece to the first one you already made with the glass bead on it. When the pieces are attached to each other, thread a glass bead onto the second piece and turn the end of the piece into a closed loop again. Repeat these steps until you feel your chain is long enough. Attach a jumpring to both ends with a carabiner on one side as well and your necklace is complete!

Glass bead earring: 

Cut a piece of steel wire about 1 meter long. Twist the wire 3 times around the beginning of the earring so it is secure. Thread on a glass bead and and twist the steel wire with the glass bead around the earring so it is securely attached. Then twist the steel wire around the earring twice again, and then thread on another glass bead. continue until the earring is completely full. At the end, wrap the steel wire around the earring 3 more times and then cut it off. 

Glass bead ring:

Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)