Fan bail, pendant III DIY Tutorial

Here we have another simple, easy and elegant pendant setting. It works specially well for long beads, but it can also be used for a set of 2-3 medium sized beads. If you want to customize the setting, you can change the shape of the fan for another one. It can be a triangle, a square or an oval. The texture on the metal can also be changed to make each pendant unique. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 13 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
SKU: S2-PNLA0007
Manufacturer part number: S2-PNLA0007
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