PandaHall Tutorial on Double Strand Amethyst Bead Necklace

Hello, guys, happy to see you all here! So what’s your plan for weekend?Anyway, happy weekend to all! How about DIY a super Charming Choker Necklace? Get ready for your beach party. Let’s start our journey! Hope you like it and have a try.

The materials and jewelry tools needed:
7mm Natural Amethyst Beads
4mm Silver Round Spacer Beads
0.8mm Nylon Thread
5cm Iron Chain Extender
Lobster Claw Clasps
Jump Rings
Flat Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Scissors
Lighter

Use two jewelry pliers to pull open a jump ring, connect the jump ring and a clasp.Prepare a nylon thread, thread it through the jump ring, make two ends same length.
Prepare a short nylon thread, fold it from the middle.
Wrap the long thread using one end of the short thread.
Through the loop, pull the other end of the short thread.

Cut off the excess ends, use flame to seal them.
String a silver bead, move to the top.
Place the right thread under the left thread, then through the thread loop, pull tight.
Place the right thread over the left thread. Through the loop, then pull.

String a amethyst bead onto the left nylon thread.
Place the right thread under the left thread, let it through the loop, pull tight.
Place the right thread over the left thread, through the loop, then pull tight.
Repeat the previous steps to add beads.

When the length is long enough, stop beading.
String a jump ring, prepare a short nylon thread, fold it.
Use the short nylon thread to wrap the end, pull tight, then through the thread loop, pull tight.
Cut off the excess ends, use flame to seal them.

Make another shorter or longer bead strand, connect these two strands, you get a double strand beaded necklace.
Use the pliers to pull open the jump ring, attach the chain extender to the necklace. A charming choker is finished.

In addition to this kind of beads, you can also use other gemstone beads, or beads you like, and use your favoriate color to customize this necklace.

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DIY White Pearl Beaded Spike Choker Necklace

DIY White Pearl Beaded Spike Choker Necklace

Choker necklaces are popular around for centuries and many of us can’t decline the stylish trend of wearing choker necklaces. So today, I’ve got an easy tutorial on teaching you to make a white pearl beaded choker necklace with aluminum chain. The “hard” and “soft” combination makes the whole design cool but elegant. I really love the classic pearls along with the subtle hematite spikes. It’s so well to wear it with demure outfits and darker streetwear easily! Now check the below steps and have fun making your own!
Supplies you’ll need to make this pearl choker necklace:

aluminum chain
glass beads
hematite spike beads
jumprings
crimp beads
3-strand necklace ends
tiger tail wire
lobster claw clasp
jewelry tools

1, add one chain on both end of the 3-strand necklace end with jumprings (remember to make the proper length as your desire.)
2, Attach a 2nd chain with a little longer length of the previous chain on necklace ends.
3, Slide through 1 crimp bead on tiger tail wire and a jumpring, and through it back into the crimp bead, then smash the crimp bead flat with crimp pliers.
4, Attach the jumpring on the necklace end and start threading pearl beads.
5, Start adding hematite spike where you’re close to the center of the wire and add 1 hematite spike, 1 pearl bead, another spike… until the center part is finished. Continue the rest by adding the pearl beads and connect the pearl strand with necklace end using a jumpring.

DIY White Pearl Beaded Spike Choker Necklace s

So you’re perfectly done! Time to show off this stylish white beaded choker necklace and never miss other great jewelry tutorials! Happy crafting!

Tutorial source: Chic Steals

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