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Jaipur earrings beading tutorial

(2 customer reviews)


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

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


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.

Inspiration: Hawai Mahal (or Palace of Wind) is a palace in the pink city of Jaipur in the province of Rajasthan/India. It was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, the grandson of the founder of Jaipur. Five floors, 945 small windows decorated with latticework, designed for the royal ladies to watch everyday life on the streets without being noticed. Otherwise, they were allowed to the streets only with their faces covered.  The cooling effect of the building structure allowed fresh breeze through. (more on the building here)


2 reviews for Jaipur earrings beading tutorial

  1. Anita Berecz

    Jaipur an amazing design and great project. This is the first kit I purchased from Erika and I have not regretted it. The colors are put so beautifully together. The L2 cabochons, the drops, the filigree are amazing quality. I have never worked with odd-count peyote before, but based on the drawings I had no issue with it. I am more than happy with the jewelry I created!

  2. Zuzi Hake (verified owner)

    Lovely and inspiring design! I was afraid as I’m not using flat peyote (at all until now), but the pattern is clear and shows everything in detail – both written and drawn. I learnt a lot and got new ideas how to use my new “peyote” skills. I’m very happy with the purchase 🙂

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