Sparkling Surf

USE SEED BEADS AND shaped beads to make these pretty beaded beads, then string them together into a continuous-strand necklace.


Right-angle weave variation

Tubular peyote stitch




3 g silver galvanized size 11° Japanese seed beads (A)

3 g silver-lined Capri blue size 11° Japanese seed beads (B)

22 g silver galvanized size 8° Japanese seed beads (C)

22 g matte teal transparent size 8° Japanese seed beads (D)

2 g crystal Labrador 5×2.5mm 2-hole SuperDuos (E)

3 g green turquoise opaque 5×2.5mm 2-hole SuperDuos (F)

2 g blue turquoise 5×2.5mm 2-hole SuperDuos (G)

24 metalust turquoise 5×6mm 2-hole pressed sglass

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