This Victorian style necklace I designed as a tribute to one of my favorite characters of Downton Abbey: the dowager countess, Lady Violet.
The centerpiece has a beadwoven bezeled cabochon with fringes and the straps have pearls and firepolished beads in them.
This tutorial explains all the steps with over 50 diagrams and photo's, and written instructions to guide you through completing this lovely necklace.
A materials list is added, as well as two color charts: for the black and purple version and the black and gold version.
It's a wonderful necklace to weave, and a stunner to wear!
These instructions are written in English.
The PDF file is ready for immediate download after payment is confirmed.
- 25x18mm cabochon
- 11/0 seedbeads
- 15/0 seedbeads
- 6 mm pearls / round beads
- 4 mm pearls / round beads
- 2 mm pearls
- 4 mm firepolished beads
- 15x7 mm firepolished drop beads
- Clasp + jumprings
- Nylon thread
- Beading needle
Level: Intermediate - Advanced.
This file only contains the written instructions, no materials or finished piece.
Note that this tutorial is for personal use only, and may not be copied or sold. You may, however, sell finished work from the tutorial. I'd appreciate it if you credit me for the design.
|Kit with materials for necklace 'Lady Violet'||$40.00 *|
|This cabochon was used in the example necklace.||$1.09 *|
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