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Multi St Petersburg Chain Beaded Necklace and Bracelet Tutorials

I like St Petersburg chain but even better when the beaded element is in multiples.  BronzePony BeadedJewelry shared her tutorial on how to make a necklace and a bracelet doing just that. What I really liked about the design is not just the way the necklace came together at the front , but also the way a lovely focal is added.



You do need a lot of 3 mm round beads or pearl - approximately 400 of them for the necklace. She used my favorite size of seed beads - 8/0!

I had to chuckle.  One of her focals came from the Dollar Bead Box - remember  my  Reveal and Giveaway from a while back?



Here is her bracelet video for those of you who want to make a matching set.

If you use plastic or wooden focals and buttons, then someone who is metal allergic will be fine wearing these creations!



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3 comments:

  1. This is one of my favorite stitches. Looks elegant,easy to do, and lays flat.

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    1. I like it too! The results are pretty.

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  2. My favorite seed bead size is also 8/0. I may have to learn the St. Petersburg chain because these pieces are beautiful. Thanks.

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