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How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace
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How to Make a Segmented Beaded Necklace

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Materials:

10 glass oval beads-size 12mm x 16mm
1 double gold jump ring
1 gold lobster clasp
18 glass seed beads
18 pearl beads
9 glass bicone beads size 6mm
20 gauge gold wire cut into 19 pieces, each 2" in length
chain nose pliers
round nose pliers
wire cutters

Step 1: Create a round loop on one end of the wire using round nose pliers.

Step 2: Slide on a red pearl bead, gold seed bead, and blue bicone bead in the order shown.

Step 3: Cut off excess wire with wire cutters on the opposite end of the loop, leaving 1/2 inch of wire.

Step 4: Make a 2nd round loop to create a multi-bead segment.

Step 5: Repeat steps 1-4 using a large oval bead as shown, creating a single bead segment (make 10 of these total.)

Step 6: With chain nose pliers, open one loop of a single bead segment.

Step 7: Connect one multi-bead segment and close the loop.

Step 8: Open the opposite end loop of the multi-bead segment and connect another single-bead segment. Close the loop.

Step 9: Continue connecting segments, alternating the pattern as shown, ending with a single-bead segment.

Step 10: Open the last loop of the single-bead segment on one end of the necklace and attach a double jump ring. Close the loop.

Step 11: On the other end of the necklace, open the last end of the loop and attach a lobster clasp. Close the loop

Finished!








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