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Abuja Connection Design – DIY Tutorial

Abuja connection
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New Abuja Connection…

That is the name of the design i would be teaching today. This design is really simple. The abuja connection has two types: Old Abuja Connection and New Abuja Connection. I would try to post the tutorial of the old abuja connection.

Abuja connection

New Abuja Connection?

Let’s Get Started:

Abuja connection

Abuja connection

You need two needles..

Abuja connection

Abuja connection

Do this till you reach you neck length…

Abuja connection

Really sorry about the numbering. Just observed it now.

Abuja connection

Abuja connection

Abuja connection

Continie this till the end of the neck length

Abuja connection

When you get to the end. Pass your fl through some beads, tie together and then cut off.

Abuja connection

End of second layer..

To make the third layer, cut a new length of fishing line and pass it through the first Crystal of the second layer, Please Note: Start the third layer from the same end that you started the second layer and not where you ended it.
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Abuja connection

There you have it

  • To add more layers:
  • cut a new length of fishing line for each layer.
  • Keep increasing the number of seed beads for each layer.
  • Always start a new layer from the same end where you started the second layer.

Thats all for this elegant design.

If you have issues with any step of the New Abuja Connection design, Kindly send me an email with your name, WhatsApp enabled number and your issue with the design and I will send a reply to your whatsapp. Send the mail to Chelseaokonkwo@gmail.com.

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1 Comment

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    Colby
    May 15, 2017 at 6:40 pm

    Looks like a cool project!

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