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Topic: Easiest Asymmetrical Bead Necklace  (Read 648 times)
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« on: October 17, 2011 10:18:36 AM »



I've been trying out a few Christmas gift ideas, one of which is this easy asymmetrical ribbon necklace. It's made up of three (gradually increasing) lengths of silk ribbon with a mixture of beads knotted at various points. There's no real pattern, I just sort of went with what I thought looked good! I finished it by backstitching the loose ends on my machine but you could leave them as they are and tie a bow at the back of your neck. Easy, affordable and versatile - my favourite!

If you'd like to make your own, here are a few action shots of the process although it is pretty self-explanatory. I particularly enjoyed all of the beady goodness.  Grin



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