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Fuchsia Dangle Necklace

Crafting Time:
  • 1-2 Hours
Skill Level:
  • Intermediate
Project Courtesy of: Jolee's Jewels
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Description

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 25 each, Jolee's Jewels bicone beads:
    • 6mm Fuchsia Mix: Purple Velvet, Fuchsia, Lt Amethyst
    • 4mm Fuchsia Mix: Crystal AB, Lt Amethyst
    • 6mm Pink Mix, Rose
    • 4mm Pink Mix, Lt Rose
  • 17" chain, silver
  • 25 headpins, silver
  • 50 eyepins, silver
  • Lobster claw & split ring closure set, silver
  • Pliers: chain-nose, round-nose
  • Wire cutters

DIRECTIONS:

Make dangles and connectors. Use eyepin loops to finish the head- and eyepins. Assemble dangles and
connectors together; attach them to chain starting from center link,. Work up each side.

EYEPIN LOOPS:

  1. Thread crystal bead onto headpin.
  2. Use the chain-nose pliers to bend the wire to 90 degree angle (photo 1).
  3. Use the cutter to trim headpin wire to about 1/2" from the bend (photo 2).
  4. Use the round-nose pliers to grip the end of the wire and bend it towards you to form a loop (photo 3).

If making a connector, simply start with an eye pin and finish with an eye pin loop.

  1. Use headpin to create bottom dangles, close with eyepin loop: 6mm bicone bead, Purple Velvet, (make 25).
  2. Use eyepin to create the center connector, close with an eyepin loop: 6mm bicone bead, Fuchsia, Rose and Lt Amethyst, (make 25).
  3. Use eyepin to create top connector, close with an eye pin loop: 4mm bicone bead, Crystal AB, Lt Amethyst and Lt Rose, (make 25).
  4. Assemble dangles together.
  5. Starting from center link, attach the dangles to the chain.
  6. Attach lobster claw closure to one end of the necklace chain.
  7. Attach split ring or jump ring to the opposite end of necklace chain.
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