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Multi-Strand Necklace Pattern #1688

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Multi-Strand Necklace Pattern #1688
Multi-Strand Necklace Pattern #1688
Multi-Strand Necklace Pattern #1688
Multi-Strand Necklace Pattern #1688
Multi-Strand Necklace Pattern #1688
Multi-Strand Necklace Pattern #1688

Pattern Description:

This simple beading pattern will easily teach you how to make a very versatile beaded multi-strand necklace! With over 20 high resolution full color photos and easy to follow step by step directions, you'll be able to make your own beautiful necklace with as many strands and whatever beads you'd like! The possibilities are endless! This is a great project for beginners! Happy beading!


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  • Beading wire - I personally used 7-strand Beadalon with .015" diameter
  • (2) Cones - I personally used 20mm cones for my sample
  • (2) Eye pins - I used 20 gauge 2" long eye pins
  • (2 x #strands) Crimp tubes - I used 2x2mm crimp tubes
  • Clasp of your choice - Lobster claw and jump ring, toggle, magnet, etc.
  • Bead stopper or scotch tape
  • Chain nose or flat nose pliers
  • Round nose pliers
  • Flush cutter
  • Crimper Tool
  • When picking out your beads, you can use any size or type of beads you'd like. I personally used 4mm bicone crystals for my sample, but you can also use seed beads or create a mixture of beads!