If you’ve done any cubic right angle weave, you’ve probably made many ninety-degree joins - with this project you’ll learn how to make an acute-angle join. It’s easier than you think because it’s more of a split than a join.
This time the bail is the whole point: a teardrop with an elongated tail may be worn singly on your favourite beaded rope, or crowded clasp-to-clasp. The tail may be embellished with a frothy, fringed confection as shown, or instead attached to a petite lamp worked bead, or extended long and unadorned as a dramatic minimalist statement. Don’t forget to print out supply list below.
Minimum Number of Students: 2
Maximum Number of Students: 15