I love and often use in my projects the chenille rope technique developed by Geneviève Liebaert.
I was wondering, whether it’s possible to create a chenille net, with more chenille rows. As a result I created the flat chenille net with my own method.
Flat chenille is a novel technique among the ones we use, because it significantly differs from the usual flat stitches, like the peyote, the RAW or the herringbone.
This is a very easy pattern, with an enchanted, delicate and beautiful result.
The listing is for a PDF file containing instructions for making the Chenille Net bracelet, not the bracelet itself.
The beading pattern is very detailed. Step by step with illustrations, photos and explanation of each step, material list, color list, and finished pictures of the braclet.
Beadwork pattern for beginners and advanced bead weavers!
29 phase photos
MATERIALS YOU NEED:
- Japanese Toho seed beads size 11/0 – 97 pcs (1 g)
- Czech Koralex fire-polished beads size 3 or 4 mm, OR round pears size 3 or 4 mm – 266 pcs (4 mm) OR 308 pcs (3 mm)
- Beading needle (e. g. Pony size 10)
- Nylon beading thread 0.2 mm
- Jump ring – 4 pcs
- Clasp – 1 pc
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