jewelry. Friday , September 29th , 2017 - 10:32:03 AM
Every time, we check out some trendy jewelry available in the market, we can't wait to buy them and put it on to create that fabulous effect. Although, not very expensive, it can get really frustrating, if we don't get the color or the pattern we want. So what does one do, besides get really mad about it? You can try to make jewelry on your own, using the ideas listed below.
In step 4, just chain one and turn over, make a single row of single crochet sts in the next row. In this step, avoid including any beads. Not that any of them are left, since you must have used them in your previous row. Quickly fasten the end of the row and clip up the wire to just about 3-4'' down. To wrap this extra wire a few times around the bracelet's section which is open, use your fingertips to clip it once again. Also, with the pliers, bend the tip in the downward direction to avoid the sharp edges.
Beads continued to be a part of fashion in the western society of the early 20th century. The Victorians and Edwardians used elaborately made beaded jewelry as adornment as well as luxurious garments embroidered with beads. Portraits of Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth are evidence of the popularity of beaded stringed jewelry and beaded garments during that era. Even the unconventional Flappers in the 1920s used beads as fashion accessories.
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