Tubular Net Stitch Earrings -This is a tutorial for a beginner. Normally tubular netting stitch is used to make bracelets or necklaces. This tutorial shows you how to do the basic stitch using cube beads but also shows you how to make expensive looking earrings for a fraction of the cost. I haven't seen tubular netting stitch used as earrings. I like that these can be made quickly and depending on the beads used can look quite fancy. Consider using pearls or swarovski bicones instead of cubes. I think people will want to know where you bought the earrings and these can make great gifts.
I'm a lefty so if you have questions about beading various stitches with the left hand please write your question in the comment section. I do reply to comments.
Material List: A. ~8 grams Miyuki 3mm cubes (code 3sq1) B. Toho 11/0 silver lined pink (code 11R38) C. Wildfire thread 0.006 inch D. beading needle size 10 or 12 E. 2 ear hoops (diameter 7/8 inch or 30 mm)
If you make the earrings please post pics to my facebook page. I would love to see your creations. :-)