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Free Project: Chunky Gold Net Necklace

November 19, 2010, 18:46 pm  Posted by Lark
 

Every Friday evening, I post a set of free project instructions.

This week’s post requires a little audience participation. Yes, yes, yes, you’ll get your free instructions for a jewelry project (the link’s down below), but first, won’t you vote on which project you want me to post next Friday? I mean, why should I get to dictate all the fun? Whichever one of these gets the most shout-outs is the one that goes up on the 26th.

Numbers are 1 to 9, from top to bottom and from left to right. Voting ends at 1 pm on Wednesday, November 24.

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And today’s free project is the Chunky Gold Net Necklace from the book Bead & Fiber Jewelry,

by Jane Olson-Phillips. Click here for the free PDF instructions.

 
 
 
 

6 Responses

    Gourmetfoodie says:

    Great necklace, but what is tape yarn and who makes it? Thanks and Happy Turkey Day.

    Jeri says:

    You can get tape yarn where you buy regular yarn for knitting. It is flattened (I guess that is the “tape” idea). Jeri

    Nathalie says:

    Jeri’s right–anyplace that sells yarn should carry tape yarn. It’s flat in cross-section, like a ribbon, and usually looks synthetic rather than woolly.

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