Double Strand
Pink Crystal
Necklace How-To
By Alyssa Titus
Materials:
Crystal beads in two sizes
Two lengths of chain
Headpins
Clasp
Bent Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Wire Cutters
Step 1:
Thread a bead onto a
headpin. Bend the headpin
above the bead at a
90 angle.
Step 2:
Trim the end to about ½ of
an inch. Begin forming the
loop with the end.
Step 3:
Before closing the loop,
attach it to a link in the
chain. Now close the loop.
Step 4:
Continue doing this with all
the smaller beads. I had 32
dangles. I also skipped a link
between each dangle to mak...
Step 5:
Attach the second length of
chain to an open link, next to
the last dangle.
Step 6:
With the larger beads, continue
making dangles and attaching them
the same way to the second length
of chain. I ha...
Step 7:
Last, you add the clasp– I
prefer to use toggle clasps.
And you’re done!
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Crystal Beads Double Strand Silver Chain Necklace Project

Learn how to make this lovely necklace with a few basic jewelry supplies, such as silver chain and crystal beads. It’s fun and easy, and totally ready for customization!
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Crystal Beads Double Strand Silver Chain Necklace Project

  • 1. Double Strand Pink Crystal Necklace How-To By Alyssa Titus
  • 2. Materials: Crystal beads in two sizes Two lengths of chain Headpins Clasp Bent Nose Pliers Round Nose Pliers Wire Cutters
  • 3. Step 1: Thread a bead onto a headpin. Bend the headpin above the bead at a 90 angle.
  • 4. Step 2: Trim the end to about ½ of an inch. Begin forming the loop with the end.
  • 5. Step 3: Before closing the loop, attach it to a link in the chain. Now close the loop.
  • 6. Step 4: Continue doing this with all the smaller beads. I had 32 dangles. I also skipped a link between each dangle to make it sit nicely.
  • 7. Step 5: Attach the second length of chain to an open link, next to the last dangle.
  • 8. Step 6: With the larger beads, continue making dangles and attaching them the same way to the second length of chain. I had 23 larger dangles. I attached these to every fourth link skipping three links skipping three links in between. Attach the end of the second length of chain to an open link next to the last dangle of the first piece.
  • 9. Step 7: Last, you add the clasp– I prefer to use toggle clasps. And you’re done!

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