Free pattern for necklace Rowanberry is easy to follow and quite fast to make. This beaded necklace is made using basic netting stitch. Bead netting is quite easy stitch so if you are bead beginner dont be afraid to use it.
seed beads 11/0
round beads 6-8 mm
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15 thoughts on “Free pattern for necklace Rowanberry”
very pretty necklace i love it thanks for sharing.
Wow this is beautiful!!! Love u guys
This piece is striking. The colours are a bit tribal/primitive while the shape reminds me of a jester’s collar, but in combination it’s really quite a statement.
It’s a beautiful piece. I like this colors
So beautiful! I would love to make it but I don’t understand which beads are the large ones! Do you know it? Thanks!
The large beads are described as 6-8 mm. under where it says U Need for your materials. The ones they used are the red pearls. Any package of beads should tell you the size, and if you wanted to order them online, the size would be in the description so you could be sure you have the right size.
Saw this in your FB feed today, gorgeous and easy enough for me, a beginner,yay!! 😀 Ani in NC
Thank you for the lovely necklace
I like the colours ! thanks!
Thank you for sharing 🙂
Very pretty I would like to give it a go but I need to know the measurement for the line?
You can use any length of the thread which ia comfortable for you. Anyway you will need to add a new thread during the beading.
I was hoping to leave you a photograph of the version I made which looks very different. Love this pattern though it did take a bit of concentration to get it right!!
Hello – this is Joanne again. I am thrilled to say that my blue/gold version of this necklace using facetted beads instead of the round beads as fringing, won first place at our local Agricultural Show yesterda!