Arabesque Necklace Tutorial

Arabesque Necklace Tutorial
  • DESCRIPTION

    Arabesque - a beautiful, elegant and graceful dance position in classical ballet.

    The ballerina stands on one leg with the other leg extended behind the body, with both legs held straight. She appears light and flowing, the epitome of grace and beauty.

    Arabesque - a complex, ornate design of intertwined floral, foliate, and geometric figures especially popular in Islamic Art.

    Arabesque – In music it is an ornate, whimsical composition especially for piano.

    The many meanings of arabesque all serves to describe beauty and grace. The Arabesque is woven from complex cubic right angle weave. Hundreds of tiny seed beads are cleverly woven to form an intertwined design reminiscent of the Islamic arabesque. The graceful silk tassel swings gracefully just like a ballerina on stage in an arabesque.

    A long and graceful necklace that swings and flows with every movement. Beautiful spiralling components gives it its complex and sophisticated elegant feel. Definitely for the woman who loves the finer things in life.

  • Dimensions

    Closed Circumference : 72cm (23")
    Pendant (Including Tassel : 5 cm (1.9") W x 16.5 cm (6.5") H

  • Technique

    Cubic Right Angle Weave
    Right Angle Weave
    Peyote

  • Difficulty

    Advanced

  • MATERIALS

    Japanese Seed Beads
    Miyuki Delica Beads
    Czech Charlottes
    Swarovski Crystals
    Tassel

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