amethyst sky DIY necklace

DESIGNED BY Denise Yezbak Moore
FEATURING BEAD GALLERY® BEADS BY HALCRAFT COLLECTION 

Materials:
09      Bead Gallery® black glass Czech dagger top hole violet iris (16381)
05      Bead Gallery® purple iris coasted Czech glass 4mm round (15395)
01      Bead Gallery® dark purple iris agate druzy pendant (13626)
20      Bead Gallery® purple multi AB Czech glass 3mm round (15582)
10      Bead Gallery® topaz/purple coated glass rondelle (13271)
29      Bead Gallery® purple iris coated Czech glass 6mm round (15536)
107”  gold tone 24g wire
05”     gold tone 20g wire

Tools:
Wire nippers
Round nose pliers
2 – Chain nose pliers

Time – 1 to 1 1/2 hours depending on skill level

Instructions:

1. Pendant - Remove bale from pendant.
2. Cut 10” of 24g wire.
3. String 3 purple iris 4mm, 3 daggers, and 2 purple iris 4mm.
4. Place beads at bottom of pendant (depending on your pendant shape, you may need to add or subtract some of the purple iris 4mm beads.)
5. Bring right side wire around the back toward the top loop. Wrap wire around loop.
6. Bring left side wire around the back toward the top loop. Wrap wire around loop and trim ends.
7. Cut 2 ½” of 20g wire.
8. For a partial wrapped loop, connect to top of pendant, and complete wrapped loop.
9. String 3 daggers; make a slight bend in the center of wire and complete wrapped loop.
10. Repeat steps 7-9.
11. Chain – Note - We will be chaining the loops together as we go. This necklace has loops that are a little larger than most.
12. Cut 2 ½” of 24g wire.
13. Form a wrapped loop, string purple 3mm, topaz/purple glass, purple 3mm and complete wrapped loop.
14. Form a wrapped loop, string purple iris 6mm, and complete wrapped loop. Repeat 2 times.
15. Repeat steps 12-14 a total of 9 times connecting the loops as you go.
16. Form a partial wrapped loop; connect to left side of pendant and complete wrapped loop.
17. String purple iris 6mm, form a partial wrapped loop, connect to left side of chain and complete wrapped loop.
18. Repeat steps 16-17 on the right side of necklace.

Denise Yezbak Moore is a self-taught artisan who loves to create anything with a bohemian flair. She specializes in one-of-a-kind jewelry designs, photography, and social media. Denise resides in Orange County, CA with her husband and two children.