Manja Necklace Pattern

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Manja Necklace Pattern

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Manja is a girl's name in Sanskrit meaning 'cluster of blossoms'. This piece was made with many many grams of black #11 Japanese beads. Embellishing beads include: Czech glass pearls in light gray and dark gray, long magatama beads, square fuchsia sequins, Fuchsia and Comet Swarovski crystals, silver-lined, gunmetal and fuchsia seed beads, Czech black pressed glass and black fire polish crystals. The 'blossoms' are my Mum's The Word pattern with 14mm and 18mm rivolis. The pendant is a Jet Swarovski crystal wrapped in Delica beads. This was all woven on a base of diagonal peyote all in black Japanese seed beads. The closure is a wrapped rivoli with a hook closure underneath to connect to a small loop on the opposite side. The width of the necklace is approx 2" and the front pendant area is 3". It measures between 16" - 17" in length, but it can be made longer of course.

nstructions published in Sept 2010-Perlen Poesie

rints out on 7 pages.

You may sell your finished items, but credit need be given!
This design MAY NOT be taught or reprinted in any way.

Available by digital download, if you have any problems
accessing the download just let me know.

 

 

 

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