How to: Seed Bead Spiral Rope Jewelry Tutorial – Easy!

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Hey everyone! In this video I will show you how to make a quick and easy beaded spiral rope with two colors of size 11/0 seed beads. Shown within, are three different examples of ways to end a rope like this; however, we will conclude with the version using the cone bead ends and eyepins. 

Please see below for the full list of materials:

Materials List:

(Qty. varies with length and choice of ending)

Seed Beads, Size 11/0 Round

– 2 Colors Approx. 1 to 3 or 4 ratio of color 1 to color 2

✔ 2 – Bead Cone Ends (~5-6mm opening) 

✔ 2 – Eyepins 

✔ Beading Thread – 6lb Fireline 

Beading Needle – Size 11 

✔ 2 – Jump Rings – 4mm

✔ 1 – Lobster Clasp 


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Wire Cutters 

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