On the following pages, you will see necklace patterns that range from the simple for beginners, to the complex for the more adventuresome. Some designs incorporate motifs from other periods or cultures and beads or artifacts related to these would enhance the design. Some designs can be used with ethnic or elegant beads. Depending upon your own personal style and the beads you have available, you may want to modify a pattern or create one of your own.

You have permission to make copies of the following 19 patterns for your personal use only and not for resale. Most of the patterns are shown full size; the others may be redrawn on a 1/4" grid or taken to your local copy shop, library, or other shop which has an enlarging copying machine to enlarge the designs to the size indicated.

Bead Weaving Cabochon Patterns
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123. A simple pendant necklace. See Chapter 3 for supports and closures. Necklace by Helen Banes.
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