Recently I discovered a new material for jewelry — jewelry mesh. Here we go!
- jewelry mesh
- rondelle crystals of 3 shades (I used 4 mm size)
- ceramic pearl beads (I have 2 coloгrs — black and natural pearl)
- necklace bale
- bead caps
- carbine clasp
- round-nose pliers
- pendant for a necklace
Cut out two pieces of mesh, take the length you need + 2-3 cm. Find the center of the tubes and pass them through the bale.
Next, pour beads into each tube alternating them.
Remember to pour dark beads in the white tube, and vice versa.
Next, take a metal bead with a wide hole and pass both tubes through it. The hole should be at least 5-6 mm.
Then repeat this again from both sides from the center.
Cut off the excess of the tubes leaving extra 1.5-2 cm!
And insert the extra ends inside.
Next take a pin, insert it inside one tube at approximately 0.5-1 cm and stitch 10 times with monofilament folded in half, tighten. Sew another pin to the second tube.
Pick the cap, cut with the pliers.
Round the rest of the pin and fasten the clasp.
Have an almost finished necklace.
But something is missing, right?
The beautiful pendant is lost!
Correct this :)
Such a necklace turned out!
Colours and beads are optional!
Create and implement!
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