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Sea Urchin pendant tutorial – The Storytelling Jeweller

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Sea Urchin pendant tutorial

(2 customer reviews)


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  • 14 mm Swarovski rivoli (nr. 1122),
  • fire polished beads,
  • 2.5 x 5 mm Superduo or Twin,
  • Swarovsi bicone bead (nr. 5328),
  • 5 x 16 mm 2-hole dagger,
  • Miyuki,
  • 0.12 mm (6 LB) smoke-grey Fireline,
  • thread-burner or sharp scissors,
  • thin beading needle,
  • bead mat,
  • metal components according to the piece of jewelry you would like to make.



Size of the finished piece of beadwork: cca. 5 x 5 cm / 2 x 2 inch.


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 a mail away from me if you need more help or have problem with finding the right material.

2 reviews for Sea Urchin pendant tutorial

  1. Janice (verified owner)

    I bought this pattern along with the kit, which was beautifully presented and packed. I live this pattern as it is so versatile and the beads re interchangeable in this design . First class

  2. Graehound (verified owner)

    This is such a fun pendant to create! It works with nearly any mix of vibrant colours, but I especially enjoy it in the bright yellow and aqua palette. If you don’t have 2-2.5mm firepolish crystals on hand, Swarovski pearls or Czech Druk glass rounds work beautifully in their stead. I made two of the same pendant and attached cup leverback earring findings for a costume party–not only were they exceptionally comfortable, they got endless complements! Without fail, Erika’s tutorials have clear instructions, excellent diagrammes, and a complete list of materials, and this pattern was just as enjoyable to construct (several times over, now!) as each of the others I’ve purchased from her.

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