Friday, August 7, 2015

Tie Beaded Necklaces

Tying and beading necklaces
 
 
Tie - bead necklaces
 
 
 
Last week I found my beaded necklace twisted and squeezed among the other jewelries and sight set a sparkle of inspiration so I thought why not try to tie the cord around the beads to see what would happen.
 
 
As you can see three necklaces were born out of that idea.
 
So basically, this is what I did. First I crocheted a long chain / tie. About a metre long. Then I started working the upper side - I beaded 5 beads and tied 2 knots (to be sure it won't untie) and inserted the (tapestry) needle through the first one so that they would face outwards. I left a little space - about 4-5 cm and beaded 6 (bigger) beads. Tied them too and left a longer space for the center piece for which I beaded 3 small beads, added a big one, and ended by adding 3 small ones. Tied the center too and got this lovely look. Then I repeated the beading / tying for the other side.  


Tie- Bead Necklaces
 
 
I liked how the first one turned out, so I experimented with two others.
 
I hope you like this project and try it too.
 
Have a lovely weekend!
 
tying and beading necklaces idea 



Tying and beading necklaces


13 comments:

Divya N said...

Seems like an intriguing idea, I particularly like how the green necklace and the yellow one turned out

Little Treasures said...

I must tell you I adore them. I've already worn the yellow and the blue\green one and got lots of compliments.

Anastasia Ivy said...

I love this idea! It would work great for those big bags of miscellaneous jewelry that you can find at thrift shops, too.

Little Treasures said...

That's a great idea Anastasia!

Alessandra Poggiagliolmi said...

I love beading and this is a great easy project!!!! thank you Maya, xxxx Ale

Julie's Lifestyle said...

I like you bead necklaces you made and thank you for sharing them with our Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
Have a nice day and week.
Julie xo

Little Treasures said...

It was a pleasure Ale!

Little Treasures said...

Thanks for hosting Julie!

Little Treasures said...

Thanks for hosting Julie!

Lovethatlippie said...

Gday! Im here via Julies linky party! What a cute lil selection!! I love beading too, although havent done so much since having my second son. I love reading crafty posts, you're a clever lady! Have a great day :)

Jessica Pelasky said...

This turned out really great!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Little Treasures said...

Thank you for dropping by! I am happy you like them. I will certainly make some more.

Little Treasures said...

Thank you Jessica!