Two-Hole Bead Beaded Bezel to Make
This two-hole bead beaded bezel is an attractive way to incorporate two-hole beads into your bead stitching projects.
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Two-Hole Bead Beaded Bezel Materials
3g 10/0 Seed Beads (A)
1g 8/0 Seed Beads (B)
30 Two-Hole DiamonDuo Beads–primary color (C)
10 Two-Hole DiamonDuo Beads–secondary color (D)
10 Two-Hole Superduo Pinched Outline beads (E)
One 16mm Rivoli Crystal (F)
How to Make a Two-Hole Bead Beaded Bezel
1)Form ring. Thread needle and pick up 1A, 1C, 1A, 1C, 1A, 1C, 1A, 1C, 1A, 1C, 1A, 1C ,1A, 1C, 1A, 1C, 1A, 1C, 1A, and 1C . (You will have picked ten
of each bead.) Form ring by passing through all beads picked up. Repeat a couple of times until secure. Step up by passing the needle up through the second hole of C.
2) Fill in spaces with three beads. Pick up 1A, 1C and 1A, Pass the needle through the next C. Repeat all the way around. Step up by passing through the second hole of C.
3)Fill in spaces. Pick up 1C and pass through the next bead. Repeat all the way around. Step up.
4)Set Rivoli Crystal. Insert crystal face down. Pick up 1A and through the next bead. Repeat all the way around. Repeat thread path until secure. Weave needle through beads ending up with the thread exiting a C added in step 2. (The hole closest to the table when the right side of the crystal is facing you.)
5) Pick up 1D and pass through the next bead. Repeat all the way around. Repeat thread path until secure. Step up.
6) Embellish outer edge. Pick up 1B, 1E and 3A. Pass the needle through the second hole of E and the next D. Repeat all the way around. Repeat thread path to secure.
7)Start peyote stitch bail. Pick 1B and passing it through a B bead that proceeds a D. Pick up 1B and pass through the next B. Using A beads continue working in the peyote stitch until it is long enough to wrap around the chain it will be worn on.
8)Zip stitch to complete bail. If you don’t know how to zip stitch, then click here.