Double Pagoda Beaded Bead

Double Pagoda Beaded Bead

 

Double Pagoda Beaded Bead

Project Details

Difficulty: Advanced
Size: 16 mm by 18 mm
Techniques: Triangle Weave,
Netting

The Double Pagoda beaded bead uses a collection of Swarovski crystals, Czech glass beads, and several shapes and sizes of Japanese seed beads, all woven into a single beaded bead design. This beaded bead uses a variation on the triangle weave technique, combined with an intricate layer of beads woven together with the netting stitch. The Double Pagoda beaded bead makes a lovely solo pendant, but it can also be incorporated into bracelets and necklaces, paired with the Pagoda Beaded Charm, or adapted to accompany a larger focal bead.

PDF Pattern: $12
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Double Pagoda Beaded Bead Pattern

The Double Pagoda beading pattern includes:

  • 15 pages of step-by-step instructions
  • 61 full color illustrations and photographs
  • Several photos of finished jewelry and design variations

Click on the images below for more examples of this design:

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