The Infinite Wave Kumihimo Necklace Instructions is a downloadable PDF. Nothing will be shipped to you. If you want to print out the instructions, you'll need to have a printer. You'll have access to the download after you checkout. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to open the file. The PDF is three pages long and includes five step-by-step photos and stringing charts for two different lengths: approximately 21", 25".
This is not a kit. No materials are included.
Infinite Waves is an intermediate to advanced kumihimo project, and assumes you already know the basic kumihimo skills:
- how to thread a needle
- how to tie an overhand knot
- how to set up the disk for braiding
- how to string beads and follow a stringing chart
- how drop beads and lock them in place in the braid
- how to braid around a core
- how bind off the ends of your braid
- how to glue on endcaps
- how to attach a clasp using jump rings
The Infinite Waves instructions are also published in Rebecca's third book, Beaded Kumihimo Jewelry.
You'll need the following supplies to make an Infinite Waves necklace (not Included):
- Superlon Micro
- 240 - 300 6mm round beads
- 10g-16g size 11⁰ Demi beads
- size 11⁰ seed beads
- 1.5mm rattail
- big-eye needle
- Nymo D binding thread
- E6000 glue
- 6mm endcaps
- ½” TierraCast Anna toggle clasp with jump rings
The "Pattern Only" option is best for independent beaders either working from their own stash or willing/able to search for their own materials because we do not provide vendor recommendations nor color names/numbers. The supply list is on the first page of each project PDF and includes the type/size of each required component as well as the required quantity. The quantity may be listed as a range if the instructions include stringing charts for multiple sizes.
Design by Rebecca Ann Combs
©2018 Rickbecca Publishing LLC
Distributed under license by Design & Adorn LLC.
While I am happy for you to sell any items you make using this Infinite Waves tutorial (as long as you are not mass producing them), I do ask that you credit me as the designer and please note that copying, teaching or sharing my Infinite Waves pattern is prohibited.