“Kia Orana” is the greeting used to say “hello” in the Cook Islands The literal translation is actually “May you live a long and fulfilling life” which is a wonderful sentiment that typifies the Cook Island culture.

This beautiful necklace is a combination of stitches and it’s suitable for intermediate to advance beaders. You should be familiar with peyote stitch and the herringbone stitch is explained in the tutorial.

Material you need:

  • Miyuki Delica beads 11/0
  • Miyuki seed beads 11/0, 15/0
  • Pear shaped crystal (teadrop) 30x20mm
  • Crystal bicones 4mm
  • Pearl drop beads 10x7mm
  • clasp of your choice
  • Fireline 6lb
  • Beading needle 

Beading Tutorial for Kia Orana necklace is very detailed, easy to follow, step by step, with clear beading instructions and color photos of each step.

Beading tutorial is pdf file.

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