Monday, April 2, 2012

Mystery bead and wirework necklace for I Might Make That! Monday

Well, this post will be a tad different from my usual Monday offerings. As I mentioned back in December when I first started this weekly feature,  I wanted I Might Make That! Monday to be my personal to-do list of bead and jewelry projects.

I have all kinds of bead necklace designs and tutes saved on my hard drive, but it's never easy to find things. Take the necklace above. I know that I downloaded this pic at least two years ago, because it was in a folder marked "Jewelry files from Dell" and I retired my PC and went Mac in 2010. The photo was labeled "free project_15" but the image has become detached from the instructions, which I can't seem to find.

Since many of you subscribe to the same e-newsletters and surf the same sites that I do, does anyone recognize this lovely necklace? I offer it here, tutorial-less, because I think you might be able to figure out how to make it without instructions.

I just love the proportions of it--the way the loops frame the cylinder beads, the way the double tiers provide substance. I'd love to give credit to the artist.

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  1. I don't have a clue. Sorry. But it sure is pretty!

  2. Gorgeous! Would love to make that. The beadwork looks pretty simple, but the wire would take some trial and error . . .

  3. Found this on Pinterest. The wire looked like beading wire so I went to the Soft Flex website and voilĂ , Project_015!

    Thanks for the idea. I'm going to make this someday.



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