*Squiggle Pendant Tutorial for the Prumihimo Disk


Downloadable tutorial with step-by-step instructions on how to make this lively and striking design using Long Magatama beads on the Prumihimo Disk.

Kumihimo Equipment = The Prumihimo Disk

Complexity Level = Intermediate

Please see below for more information


Squiggle kumihimo

Squiggle is a playful design, which makes full use of the quirky shape of the Long Magatama bead. Use the Prumihimo Disk to make this clever braid, which allows the beads to be positioned on the sides and the top of the braid, leaving the underside flat so that it sits comfortably against the neckline. It is a traditional construction, but using this unique disk makes it super-easy to learn.

Important – This necklace is made on the Prumihimo Disk, which is available by clicking here.

–          Intermediate design.

–          Two alternative pendant options included

–          Full colour step-by-step photos

–          Written by a regular contributor to top magazines and a guest designer on UK TV

–          Both metric and imperial measurements given

Please note

–          This is a PDF file and will be available to download once payment is confirmed

–           DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS. Once payment has been made with PayPal it is important to return straight back to this site from PayPal. On the ‘Thanks for your Order’ screen be sure to click on the RETURN TO PRUMIHIMO  link. You will be returned to the Checkout Page. Scroll down to find the order details and click on this link, Download file: (name of tutorial).pdf. If you have any problems please contact me using the contact details on this site and I can email the tutorial to you.

–          All conversions are approximate

–          This tutorial may not be copied, distributed or sold in any form and is for your personal use only. You are welcome to sell jewellery made using these instructions, but please make sure that you credit me for the design.

–          For sales to European countries other than the UK please email me