Ovaline Pearl

by Karen Augustsson
(Frederick, MD)

When I found these olive green pearls I just about died. I of course the lover of pearls have to have pearls to go with every outfit. These pearls were a little more than I wanted to spend so I did what I could, using Swarovski crystals as spacers and extender chains on the necklace and the to make them go further. I topped the necklace off with a quartz heart. I get lots of compliments on this set.

There is on the market a mechanism for knotting pearls, however, any good beading book will have detailed instructions on knotting pearls. I have a huge beading book that takes you step by step using silk pearl knotting thread.

This pearls set is for sale. Leave a comment if you are interested in purchasing it.

Happy knotting and love those pearls.

God Bless.


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Mar 31, 2008
by: Karen Augustsson

Yes, these pearls are unusual and I've enjoyed owning them for a short period of time, but I feel it's time to pass them on. I know some of you will say "what are you crazy?" But I'm sure someone will enjoy them for a while and then want to pass them on as I will. I'm asking a mere $30 for the complete set of the necklace, bracelet and the earrings. They are much prettier in person and I'm sure where ever you wear them someone will mention them.


Karen Augustsson

Mar 28, 2008
Lovely set
by: Kari

Thanks for sharing Karen...and I hope for those who don't have a book to explain pearl knotting that my instructions here will help.

Your green pearl set with the heart is lovely.

I'll be sending you a free strand of freshwater pearls for being one of the first 10 to contribute on this page.

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