Olympia Necklace Tutorial

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  • Olympia Necklace - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Go for the gold with the Olympia Necklace! Petite and delicate circles adorn this prize-winning beaded necklace that is simple to make, yet looks like it took hours! Using mostly seed beads and Potomac Crystals, this do-it-yourself stunning jewelry-making design will compliment any outfit and any occasion!
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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The designer's suggested colors & materials:
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Duracoat Galvanized Gold 11/0, 3grams
  • Potomac Crystal Bicones - Crystal AB 2mm, ~60 pieces
  • Czech Rounds - White Red Luster 3mm,~30 pieces
  • Potomac Crystal Bicones - Rose AB 4mm, ~30 pieces
  • Potomac Crystal Rounds - Tanzanite AB 4mm, ~30 pieces
  • Potomac Crystal Bicones - Light Sapphire AB 4mm, ~30 pieces
  • Miyuki Cube - Cream Ceylon 1.8mm, ~30 pieces
  • Lobster Clasp - Gold Plated, 1 pair
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    The Olympia Necklace brings a splash of color and sparkle to your outfit. Learn how easy it is to create this beaded necklace in this PotomacBeads tutorial.
    1.Put a stop bead onto the end of the thread, leaving a few inches for a tail. Pick up 6 seed beads. Form a loop by making a pattern of Potomac crystals separated by 2 seed beads and bringing the needle back through the first bead in the pattern.
    2.Watch the Olympia Necklace tutorial with Anna to see how to create the design used in this beaded necklace.
    3.Add a lobster clasp to the end of the beaded chain. On the other side, form a loop out of seed beads. Test the loop to make sure it fits before bringing the thread down through the project and tying it off.
    This Olympia Necklace is a quick project that would make a great last minute gift. Check out PotomacBeads for all the best supplies needed to create beautiful beaded projects
    Enjoy using this jewelry-making bead tutorial video to help you become a more creative and happier beader!

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