'Things That Go Bump' - Bracelet or Necklace

Change the size and type of beads that are used in tubular herringbone stitch, and the result is this bumpy beaded rope. You can make this design into a bracelet or a necklace, wear it alone or as a complement for a special focal bead. As seen in Bead-Patterns the Magazine Issue 29, May/Jun 2010.

A circular start is used instead of a ladder stitch. This technique allows you to start anywhere in a herringbone/ndebele design, and makes it easier to adjust the length as both ends are the same.

Instructions include step-by step graphic illustrations. Skill level: Confident Beginner / Intermediate

Project Type: Bead
Stitch: Herringbone/Ndebele
Beads Used: Size 11/0 cylinder beads, Size 11/0, 8/0 and 6/0 seed beads
Approx Finished Size: Your Choice
Pages to Print: 3

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