Ebb & Flow Kumihimo Necklace Pattern PDF

$10.00

Description

This is a level 2 (Beginner Plus) kumihimo tutorial. 

It assumes you have all of these skills:

  • How to set up the disk for beaded kumihimo
  • How to lock beads into a basic round braid (kongoh gumi)
  • How to remove a braid from the disk
  • How to bind the braid
  • How to cut the braid
  • How to glue on an endcap

The PDF tutorial is 2 pages long and includes the stringing chart to make both a 18 3/4″ and a 23 1/4″ necklace.

The listing photo shows an example of the necklace you can make using the tutorial.  No materials are included.  You will need Adobe Acrobat to open and view the file.


Supplies Needed to complete the pattern for the 18 3/4″ necklace:

  • 1 tubes color A Size 8/0 Demi Round Beads (Matte Mauve Moche in the example photo)
  • 1 tubes color B Size 8/0 Demi Round Beads (Bronze in the example photo)
  • 1 tubes color C Size 8/0 Demi Round Beads (Matte Iris Teal in the example photo)
  • 32 size 11/0 Round Seed Beads (Brozne in the example photo)
  • Size 18 Superlon Nylon String
  • 6mm Magnetic Endcaps
  • 1 Round Foam Kumihimo Disk
  • 8 Weighted Bobbins
  • 1 Gator Weight Lite
  • E6000 Glue
  • Binding Thread

Supplies Needed to complete the pattern for the 23 1/4″ necklace:

  • 2 tubes color A Size 8/0 Demi Round Beads (Matte Mauve Moche in the example photo)
  • 1 tubes color B Size 8/0 Demi Round Beads (Bronze in the example photo)
  • 2 tubes color C Size 8/0 Demi Round Beads (Matte Iris Teal in the example photo)
  • 32 size 11/0 Round Seed Beads (Brozne in the example photo)
  • Size 18 Superlon Nylon String
  • 6mm Magnetic Endcaps
  • 1 Round Foam Kumihimo Disk
  • 8 Weighted Bobbins
  • 1 Gator Weight Lite
  • E6000 Glue
  • Binding Thread

Note: This file and its contents are copyrighted by Rebecca Ann Combs and are offered for sale for your personal use only. This tutorial may not be copied, transmitted or taught without the express, written permission of the designer. Feel free to sell your finished jewelry. Should you decide to sell your creations, please give credit to Rebecca Ann Combs.