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on: April 03, 2012 10:23:25 AM 
Started by julibooli, Message by julibooli
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These necklaces are an easy project that donít require much skill. The only sewing required is one long, straight seam. This project is also great for using up a scrap of a special fabric that you donít want to toss out. It can be done in a group, possibly with sewing the tubes beforehand (do the turning together!) and also makes a great Burning Man gift.


I use cut up Mardi Gras beads for mine.


I'm sure most of you can figure out the process just by looking at the finished product, but I made a tutorial on my blog--there are a ton of pictures and uploading them here would take forever. http://madebyjulianne.com/?p=3701
 
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