YouTube Live Graduated Statement Earrings Tutorial

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  • Graduated Statement Earrings - Black Friday Live DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial PotomacBeads
In this YouTube LIVE video published Black Friday, November 29, 2019, Allie uses SuperDuo Beads, Miyuki 11/0 Seed Beads, 3mm Swarovski Crystals, wire guards and earwires to make her Graduated Statement Earrings. These are a quick beaded earring that will make a great Christmas or Holiday gift! This live tutorial is also great for any beginning beader or jewelry maker to try out their beadweaving skills!

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The Designer's suggested colors and materials:
  • SuperDuo® Beads - Metallic Mix (Crystal Gold Rainbow), ~38 Pieces
  • Potomac Crystal Round 3mm - Rose AB, ~34 Pieces
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 11/0 - Matte Transparent Root Beer AB, ~1 Gram
  • Wire Guard - Gold Plated, ~2 Pieces
  • Earwires - Brass Gold, ~1 Pair
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    PotomacBeads Tutorial is proud to present our latest tutorial - These Graduated Statement Earrings! These earrings are perfect for the beginning beader and make a great gift! With multiple patterns to choose from, you're sure to have a blast with this project!
    Collect your SuperDuos, Potomac Crystal Rounds, Miyuki seed beads and earwires. Thread your needle with ten SuperDuos separated by seed beads. Check to make sure both holes of the beads are open. Tie into a loop and leave the tail.
    Go back through the SuperDuo that is by the knot and add crystals between the SuperDuos. Let Allie guide you through the process in the Graduated Statement Earrings.
    Form a top loop by adding eight SuperDuos separated by seed beads. Add in the crystals as before. Sew back through to the top and add a wireguard and earwire.
    If you're looking for a fun and easy project to make for a friend (or for yourself), look no further than these graduated statement earrings from PotomacBeads! You can choose any colors you like to bead with, making them as festive or subtle as you want. And the best part is that they only take a few minutes to make.

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