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Chainnose pliers roundnose pliers diagonal wire cutters 20-30 8mm round crystals, in 2 colors 8-10 8mm faceted round gemstones beads, in 2 colors 7-10 8mm round pearls 35-50 3-4mm flat spacers 40-60 in. (1-1.5m) cable or long-and-short chain, 4-5mm links lobster claw clasp 40-60 11 2-in. (3.8cm) head pins 4-5mm jump ring 2 8mm round crystals 2 3-4mm flat spacers 1-2 in. (2.5-5cm) cable or long-and-short chain, 4-5mm links 2 11 2-in. (3.8cm) head pins pair of earring wires To make the belt...

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Gold draws attention to most color combinations. Here, matte-finished metallic gold beads are interspersed with deep red crystals in a rhythmic pattern, providing contrast as well as balance to the design. Notice how the gold loops emphasize the earrings' symmetry and re-creates the delicate filigree of the braided trim and the fabric s embroidery. Create earrings with the look of fine filigree using seed beads and crystals. These earrings mimic a metallic trim from the home-decorating section...

How To Use Color In Jewelry Design

The beaded strands may appear delicate, but they are substantial enough to support a good-sized pendant. Beads intertwine gracefully in a five-strand necklace The beaded strands may appear delicate, but they are substantial enough to support a good-sized pendant. focal bead (Ecl ctica, 262-641-0910) 3mm fire-polished beads 120 purple 4g size 6, 1-2 colors 2g size 11-, gold flexible beading wire, .014 10-in. (25cm) 20-gauge wire Mixing reds can be tricky, but using the striking mix of colors...

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> ce of wire h it to one a rectangle d loop, lplete the 1 bracelet Determine the finished length of your bracelet (this one is Vh in. 19.1cm), add 5 in. (13cm), and cut three pieces of flexible beading wire to that length. String a crimp bead and the loop of one clasp half over all three strands. Go back through the crimp bead, tighten the wires, and crimp. 2String a 4mm over all three wires. Separate the wires and string a rectangle on each wire. String a 4mm over all three wires. String a...

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String a star unit on each end of the wire. 3String a 6mm, an oval, a 6mm, an oval, and a 6mm on one end of the wire. Repeat on the other side of the star unit. 7 14mm star-shaped shell beads, yellow 20 10 x 13mm oval shell beads, yellow-green flexible beading wire, .012-015 12 14mm star-shaped shell beads, yellow 9 10 x 13mm oval shell beads, yellow-green flexible beading wire, .012-015 2 14mm star-shaped shell beads, yellow 2 14mm star-shaped shell beads, yellow 2 40mm shell ring findings,...

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8 Cut two 7-in. 18cm pieces of chain. Open the loop of an eye pin and attach the end link of one chain. Close the loop. Make the first half of a wrapped loop Basics , attach one hole on the 30 x 55mm pendant, and complete the wraps. Repeat on the other edge of the pendant using the other piece of chain. 9 Check the fit. To shorten the necklace, remove an equal number of links from each of the two 14-in. chains and each of the two 7-in. chains. Working one end at a time, attach the chains' end...

Debbie Nishihara Jewelry

ICut two 50-in. 1.3m and two 30-in. 76cm lengths of cord to make an 18-in. 46cm necklace. Gather four ends together and bring the cords through the loop on half the clasp. Slide the clasp to 8-in. 20cm from one set of cut ends. Tie all the cords together with a double overhand knot see Basics, p. 8 . Slide a spacer over the four long cords and next to the knot. 2 Attach the cords to a workboard by placing T-pins through the clasp loop. Arrange the working cords in a row so the two shortest are...