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Designed by Cynthia Kimura Gleaming and mysterious colors make this multi-strand necklace come alive. The featured seed beads are from the perfectly coordinated Midnight Magic Designer Blend. They make a perfect complement to the copper flower pendant. See more of this necklace and other ideas for using Designer Seed Bead Blends in this Artbeads Cafe episode. As this necklace shows, all it takes is a beautiful color palette for inspiration to strike! Step one: Cut six lengths of KO beading thread approximately 24 inches long each. Slide the Patricia Healey copper flower pendant over all six threads, so that it sits at the center of the strands. Step two: Add a random pattern of the Midnight Magic Designer Seed Bead Blend to all of the strands. Start stringing beads onto all six strands and even on both sides of the pendant, so that the colors in the blend are spread out evenly. If you want, you can use the Spin-N-Bead Jr bead loader to quickly add your seed beads to the thread. Watch this video to see how it works. Repeat on the other side of the pendant. Make sure to leave a two-inch tail on both ends of the necklace. Step three: Knot all six strands of thread together on one end of the necklace. Thread the ends of the strands through the hole in a clam shell bead tip with 2 rings. Knot the strands together again, dab them with adhesive and then pinch the bead tip closed around the knot. For more help on using bead tips, please see our Handy Tip. Repeat this step for the other end of the necklace. Step four: Add one half of the TierraCast antique copper large beaded clasp set to each end of the necklace using a 5mm copper 20 gauge open jump ring. For help opening and closing jump rings, please see our Handy Tip Video. Approximate Size: 21 Inches Estimated Time: Two Hours Difficulty Level: Beginner Tools & Supplies: The BeadSmith 4-Pack Long English Beading Needle Assortment (NEED-08) KO Nylon Japanese Beading Thread 55 yd Spool - White (STRNG-0099) Large Loop Scissors (TOOL-123) German Ergonomic Chain Nose Pliers (TOOL-504) Beadalon Spin-N-Bead Jr Bead Loader (sup-0054) List of Components: Patricia Healey Copper Flower Pendant (PEND-0516, qty 1) Midnight Magic Designer Seed Bead Blend (ADB0007, qty 2) TierraCast Antique Copper Large Beaded Clasp Set (CA-6058, qty 1) Clam Shell Bead Tip with 2 Rings (SS-BDTIP3, qty 2) 5mm Copper 20 Gauge Open Jump Ring (FIND-1044, qty 2)
An economy coiling tool that helps create and design jewelry from coiled wire. Detailed instructions with photos included.
You can make jewelry findings with ease using the 1-Step Big Looper plier from The BeadSmith. This tool creates and trims eye pins in one motion. It forms and trims wire between 24 and 18 gauge, so you can use it for almost any project. The tool creates a 3mm loop, giving you more room to add components. Use this tool to quickly create your own dangles and links. You'll love how easy it is to work with the 1-Step Big Looper!
Wire wrapping just got simpler with these multi-sized looping pliers! Get this pair to start creating wrapped loops for jewelry designs or twirling earwires for unique ideas. Its professional quality structure wonderfully showcases the jaws of the pliers, which comes with ascending sizes so you can grip different gauges. Get inspired to design new ideas with this cool beading tool! This wire wrapping tool features barrels with six different diameters including 2.23mm, 3.33mm, 4.16mm 6.11mm, 8.36mm and 9.16mm. These barrels will determine the inside diameter of your loops, since the outer diameter will change depending on what gauge wire you use.