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CROSSING BORDERS earrings beading tutorial – The Storytelling Jeweller

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CROSSING BORDERS earrings beading tutorial

(8 customer reviews)

5.00

The name ‘Crossing Borders’ was chosen by fellow beader, friend, and member of the Storytelling Beading Club.

Tanja says:

“When I saw the earrings, I thought the name should be something with a ‘cross’ and the name ′′ Crossing Borders ′′ came to me. I thought that was a beautiful name for the earrings, especially because of the symbolism behind it: every Tuesday and every Friday fans of Erika’s designs come together to chat, laugh, and bead… We all come from different countries and cross borders every week to be together…”

(translated from Dutch)

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Description

This tutorial is fairly easy to follow. You should be able to work with 2-hole beads.

 

MATERIAL LIST

 

Tools:

  • thin beading needle,
  • Fireline or other strong and thin beading thread,
  • bead mat,
  • thread burner or scissors.

 

LICENCE
Buying this tutorial enables you to finish the jewel for personal use and also to sell the finished product.

 

KEEP IN MIND!

The diagrams and written instructions are clear and easy to follow, but remember, that you are always only an email away from me if you need more help or have a problem with finding the right material.

8 reviews for CROSSING BORDERS earrings beading tutorial

  1. Cheryl Jackson

    Such a pleasure to bead and wonderfully adaptable. I made a bracelet and found so many ideas came to me of how to link motifs. I see many more variations in my future.

  2. Katja Foierl

    A very beautiful design, easy to bead. Instructions are always very clear and easy to follow. Even new beaders can easily do this cute earrings.

  3. Ulla Edenmark

    A pattern that is easy to follow but also versatile. You can not only make earrings, bracelets or pendants from the same pattern, it is also cleverly using the different sizes of tila beads to achieve a variety of looks and designs. A favorite.

  4. Juul

    Again a beautiful design! All designs come with very clear explanations. I love the designs and the biggest challenge is to make a choice which design I want to make first. 🙈😃

  5. Chloe

    Wonderful design, the pdf patterns are easy to read, they come with picture diagrams so if your dyslexic and strugle to read patterns like me, you will find erkas patterns easy to read.
    Thanks so much for a lovely pattern .

  6. Sara Lilja

    Erika has great tutorials, easy to understand and fun beading them. You can do whatever you like with this motif, earrings, bracelet, ring, brooch, the possibilities are endless!

  7. Ellinor H

    A tutorial that is easy to follow, both text and picture.

    You can play with the design and make it in to earrings, a pendant or bracelet…..or a whole set. 😊

  8. Tanja Quintelier

    As always a very clear tuturial…images and text are always very clear….even if you have never bead before, you will achieve to bead these cute earrings….if you like the design, don’t hesitate and just buy the tutorial, you will not regret it

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