Earrings contd…

By Janet Edkins

Bead weaving jewelry artist in love with healing crystals & stones.
July 3, 2020

Clips ons!

I started with a straight peyote strip, counted of course, so they would be matching, which would eventually be ‘zipped’ together. The clip backs have no holes so my process was to glue them initially with E6000. After a couple of days to dry thoroughly I stitched over the top of them from every bead option I had around & across. When I was satisfied they wouldn’t move, much, if the glue came unstuck I zipped them up and stitched across the bottom beads and around the base of the clip.

Final touch was to add a little something to the top edge to finish the seam and add just s touch of sparkle.

Till next time. Enjoy the process. J

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