Queen Studs Tutorial



  • Queen Stud Earrings- DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
This video tutorial from PotomacBeads teaches you how to make Allie Buchman's "Queen Studs" design, which is a larger version of her "Princess Studs" made with SS39 chatons. Find a list of supplies in the description.

Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The Designer's suggested colors and materials:
  • Potomac Crystal Rivoli 14mm - Crystal Labrador, ~2 Pieces
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Opaque Smoky Gray Luster, ~1 Gram
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 11/0 - Galvanized Gold, ~1 Gram
  • Glue-on Pad Post - Gold Plated, ~1 Pair
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    Bring on the bling and step out in style with these Queen Stud Earrings, a larger version of PotomacBeads Princess Studs.
    Gather up your Potomac crystal rivoli, Miyuki seed beads and glue-on pad post. A size 12 needle works best and you will use about 2.5feet of .006 thread. Pliers and a thread zap will make your beading easier.
    Thread 28 gold seed beads onto your thread and tie into a knot. Sew back through seven of the beads. Pick up eight of the gray seed beads and sew back through the seven beads. Follow along with Allie in the Queen stud earrings tutorial to build up the base for the ear post.
    Once the crystal is put in place, use the seed beads to hold it in place by creating a lattice look on top.
    Are you looking for a stunning and unique gift? Look no further than these Queen Stud Earrings from PotomacBeads. These earrings are made with few materials and can be completed quickly, making them a great choice for last-minute gifts. These earrings are sure to impress anyone who receives them. The Queen Stud Earrings are a beautiful and eye-catching piece of jewelry that are perfect for any occasion. Whether you are looking for a gift for a birthday, anniversary, Mother's Day, or just because, these earrings are a great option.

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