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Asymmetrical Donut Bead Necklace

Asymmetrical Donut Bead Necklace
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If you like beaded necklace designs with a tribal element, you'll adore this Asymmetrical Donut Bead Necklace. It has a fun beachy vibe that just screams summer! Throw this bold piece on over your bathing suit coverup, and you're ready to hit the sand.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeSeed, Glass, Miscellaneous

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeNecklace


This tutorial is courtesy of Vicki O'Dell.

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This is a dead link. It takes you to what will be her site sometime in the future. But this is a very easy idea to explain. You can use a big button, a hardware store washer or a craft store purchased wooden ring. I have used curtain rod wooden rings. Then take the desired length of cord you want for your necklace, and stRt threading on beads. Pull ne end thru the donut and bring it up to meet the other end. Make a similar cord for the other side and pull that one thru. If the holes in your button are too small to pull seed beads thru, just work up to the middle point, pass ford thru button and continue putting beads on. When both are done you have many ways of finishing it. Make it long enough to pass over your head and just end with a large bead on each side, pull the cords thru( 2 on each bead) and tie them together. You can also do a macrame slide knot, or get some crimp beads and then add a clasp.

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