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Luxe Lariat

THE FOCAL PIECE FOR THIS interesting lariat is made from the head of a table-knife handle! Customize it by using any cone or found object that has an opening large enough to accommodate the tassel.

TECHNIQUES

Tubular herringbone stitch

Tubular peyote stitch

PROJECT LEVEL

MATERIALS

10 g blue turquoise opaque size 13° Charlotte seed beads (A)

22 g blue turquoise rainbow opaque size 11° Japanese seed beads (B)

3 g silver size 11° seed beads (C)

0.5 g silver size 11° Demi Round seed beads (D)

32 hematite and blue 2×3mm crystal rondelles (E)

7 blue 3×4mm crystal rondelles (F)

1 silver-plated 22×30mm hollow knife-handle head

. × 1⁄8" piece of beading foundation

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