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Weaved Bugle Bead Earrings Tutorial

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Video Description for Weaved Bugle Bead Earrings Tutorial

Tutorial shows how to make weaved bugle bead earrings.
Material list for one pair of earrings.
88-5mm bugle beads
16-2mm round beads
60-11 aught seedbeads
2- 10lb. test pieces of 40 inch monofilament fishing line

Tutorial shows how to make weaved bugle bead earrings.
Material list for one pair of earrings.
88-5mm bugle beads
16-2mm round beads
60-11 aught seedbeads
2- 10lb. test pieces of 40 inch monofilament fishing line

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Comments
Amy Dickerson

you have to be the best tutorial maker I have watched so far Love to watch
your work great ideas thank You so much
Linda Gravois

Excellent tutorial ♥
Lyrehc Cespejo

What a creative mind you have!!! I learn so much from you so please keep it
up. Thanks so much and God
Huntr3ss1

Love your videos! I have made many of the things you teach. Could you
substitute the 5mm bugles with 6mm bugles for the earrings? I don't want to
buy any more extras!
mgrcreations1

I really enjoy watching your videos, you are very clear with your
instructions. Thanks!
MegaChrissie61

I'm using 12mm bugle beads !! bigger than the ones you are using & the hole
is too small . As i said before i have 11/0 beads but they are much smaller
than the ones you are using .


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News Report:


Abducted engineer in Sulu regains freedom, military says  

An engineer who was abducted along with his wife last February was released Saturday night, the Armed Forces of the Philippines said Sunday.

Engineer Bonifacio Salinas Jr. is now undergoing medical examination and debriefing at Camp General Bautista in Jolo, Sulu, radio dzBB's Rodil Vega reported.

The report cited initial information from the AFP indicating Salinas was released in Patikul at 7 p.m. Saturday, and did not say if ransom was paid.

It added the engineer is now in the custody of a local Church official.

In  a separate report, Civil Military Operations officer Capt. Ryan Lacuesta of the Second Marine Brigade in Jolo, Sulu, said Salinas regained his freedom after  53 days in captivity.

He said the victim was released by his captors in Barangay Baunoh Bangkal in Patikul town.

Lacuesta quoted Salinas as saying he was made to walk for two  hours before his captors left him in the Baunoh Bangkal area and instructed him to walk towards the Jolo airport.

Along his way to the airport, Salianas said, some civilians helped him contact the 2nd Marine Brigade headquarters.

Salinas and his wife were  abducted by six armed men on February 16 this year. However, his wife Marie Claire, was released on March 21.

An earlier report on MindaNews said Salinas and his wife were both employees of the Jolo Mainland Water District. — with a report from Joel Locsin /LBG, GMA News

 





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