Amiera Necklace Tutorial



  • Amiera Necklace - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Creative, pretty, and right on trend, the Amiera Necklace makes a beautiful impact as well as being an excellent beginner's beadweaving project! With a simple design such as this, you'll get to enjoy a beaded necklace that produces clean lines and timeless elegance! No outfit will be incomplete when sparkles from Potomac Crystal Long Ovals in Settings and Bicones match any style!

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Quick Project Steps

Prepare Your Materials: Gather all the materials listed above. Cut approximately 6 inches of wildfire beading thread, and attach a stop bead at one end.
Start Beading: Begin by adding two 15/0 seed beads, followed by a Potomac Pearl, two more 15/0 seed beads, and a Potomac Crystal Long Oval. Let these elements drop down next to the stop bead.
Add Focus to the Oval: Optionally, decorate the sides of the oval with additional seed beads to bring focus to the piece.
Incorporate Pearls and Crystals: Continue adding pearls and crystals, alternating with 15/0 seed beads to create the desired length of the necklace.
Attach the Closed Ring: Use the closed ring to provide structure and support for the clasp.
Finish with a Clasp: Complete the necklace by adding a clasp. The tutorial includes instructions for making your own clasp out of Potomax Wire.

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