Project instructions from 30-Minute Necklaces

February 11, 2011, 18:54 pm  Posted by Lark

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

You don’t have to slave for hours to create an eclectic piece of jewelry.

Linda Chow’s attention-grabbing torque gets most of its visual interest from the scribble line sawed along part of its length–and it takes less than a half an hour to make.

Click here and you’ll get the instructions for making it.

…Want more ideas for speedy necklace designs? Check out 30-Minute Necklaces, by Marthe Le Van.


4 Responses

    Kristina says:

    Wow, that looks so cool. I have to find out immediately how it’s possible to make that in 30 minutes!

    ppeeler says:

    Wow — I just looked over the instructions for the copper necklace. At first glance, I thought it was going to be leather instead of metal. How did you come up with this idea? It’s great!! Then I looked to see what other things you had on the beading pages and saw “Biba Schutz’s Incredibly Cool Brooch.” Another great piece! I like art made from unusual materials or recycled materials.
    I get FB newsletters from Ornamentea and that’s how I discovered your website. Thanks!

    Quilter says:

    I like this design! I think I’d like to translate it into fabric (or at least try:) – but – I cannot figure out how to get the template to download. I must be missing some kind of button – help, please?
    :) Linda

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