Friday, 6 March 2009

Celtic Knot & Beaded Necklace


This was a really long necklace when I finished the beading part so I decided to tie a couple of figure of eight knots and a celtic one for the centre. The knots made it shorter and the seize I needed. I used a stitch called herringbone and a mixture of seed beads, rocailles and glass beads. Thank you for stopping by and enjoy the weekend!

Cuando terminé de hacer este collar con moztacillas me quedo bastante largo asi que decidí hacer un par de nudos que se asemejan al numero 8 y un nudo celta para el centro. Los nudos acortaron mi collar y lo hicieron del tamaño que necesitaba. Use un punto llamado "herringbone" y una mezcla de moztacillas, rocallas y piedritas de vidrip. Gracias por sus visitas y disfruten del fin de semana!


Gaby Acosta said...

¡Qué bellezas Ana! Te quedó hermoso este collar y se te veía lindo.

Un beso.

Anonymous said...

Oh My Ana..Your jewellrey is just `stunning` I love it all and all your creations since I last visit you...
Great to see you on FB :)..
hAVe a lovely weekend:)♥

jay670120 said...

this is lovely , my fave colours to wear x

Maria Jesus said...

beautiful collar Ana, esas manitas no paran de crear :) :)


craft mad Jenny said...

wow, a gorgeous piece,

Sonia said...

Hi Ana
I always love the work you did... look fabulous.
Love your creativity.
Thanks for sharing your beautiful works.

Hugs, Sony :)

**Leanne** said...

Stop By My Blog Sometime There Is an Award On There For You :)

Tina said...

Ana, this is incredible!

Edleen said...

oh Ana...i *heart* this necklace! i's truly Gorgeous!

wishing you a great week ahead :)

Jo's Jewels said...

Hi I'd just like to say your jewellery is stunning and I particularly love your green celtic knot beaded necklace, absolutely beautiful! Well done and I look forward to seeing more creations from you. Your blog is very well laid out and detailed too - great ideas in here! Thank you for inspiring me! Jo

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