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‘Pippa’ is also one of Irene’s favourite designs and sees the introduction of beading into the Kelanash collection ‘Pippa’ brings the worlds of jewellery making and beading together resulting in an absolutely gorgeous necklace. ‘Pippa’ will definitely create a response!
Each Kelanash kit contains extensive step-by-step instructions and colour photographs to assist in the creation of this Kelanash 4 Strand Round Foundation Weave technique, making this ideal for crafters & beaders of all experience levels. Being portable and lightweight, your designs can be created anywhere, be it at home, on the bus, in the car, or on holiday.
The finished necklace is tactile, soft and comfortable to wear, but still durable and flexible, making them a long-lasting creation. With a wide range of colours to choose from you can create a design to coordinate with that special outfit and for any season.
Level – Intermediate. Time allocated for this kit is approximately three hours. Due to the elasticity of the weave the necklace will fit up to a size 18 approximately. However, if you wish to make a larger size necklace, please contact the Kelanash team.
· 1 x Presentation Box
· 1 x Ribbon (to length)
· 1 x Appropriate Findings / Pearl effect beads
· 1 x Colour Instructions/Photographs
New clever technique - 17 June 2014
These kits are great value for money and the end results are gorgeous, treat yourself!
A very 'classy' necklace - 07 July 2014
A lovely necklace with the added enhancement of the large, bespoke bead. The pink/cream combination was sold out by the time I ordered which would have been my first choice but the pale coffee and cream colour way is almost as pretty. I would suggest that Step 3 of 'Making the Bead' instruction sheet is edited as the instructions are misleading. When it refers to repeating Step 2 x 3 times it means repeat stage 2 of Step 3. I did ponder that one for some time before realising what was meant.