Pendant ~ Canterbury Bells
Use peyote stitch petals and pods, inspired by Cath Thomas’ Petal to Pod (P2P) technique, to create a pendant of delicate beaded flowers. Five half pods are stitched together using one thread to form a flower. Leaves are created using a full pod. The components are then strung together to create a three-dimensional pendant.
This is the 19th project released from my unpublished book Stitching with Seed Beads.
About This Design...
The Canterbury Bells Pendant requires size 11/0 Japanese round seed beads in two colours, size 11/0 Japanese cylinder beads in two colours, size 8/0 seed beads in two colours, size 6/0 seed beads, size 15/0 Japanese seed beads a metallic colour and a pair of ear wires.
BONUS! Instructions to make the earrings shown are also included.
The seven-page PDF tutorial includes a detailed materials list, written instructions, full-colour illustrations and photographs. It is a digital file that can be viewed on a screen or printed on sheets of paper. There are no beads included with the purchase of this pattern.
After purchasing the tutorial, a link will be sent to your e-mail address so the PDF file can be downloaded to your computer or other device. Please note that this link expires after one month.
The tutorial and project made from the instructions are for your personal use only, and may not be taught or sold in any way, shape or form.