Blazing bloom Necklace

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

Learn how to make this Blazing Bloom Necklace by designer Denise Yezbak Moore featuring Bead Gallery beads by Halcraft Collection. The instructions for this beautiful Bead Gallery creation include a comprehensive list of DIY jewelry making materials and supplies from our huge inventory of beads, charms, connectors, pendants, findings, stringing materials and tools. As well as a step by step DIY jewelry making a how-to guide for creating this one of a kind statement piece. Creating beautiful jewelry is easy with HalcraftCollection.com your online bead superstore!

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BEADS & JEWELRY MAKING SUPPLIES REQUIRED

24          Bead Gallery® Multi-pack – Orange dyed agate stone round
                beads 8mm (17474A)
14          Bead Gallery® Multi-pack – orange dyed crackle agate
                stone round beads 8mm (17477A)
09          Bead Gallery® Multi-pack – orange dyed crackle agate
                stone round beads 4mm (17477A)
14          Bead Gallery® multi-pack – red jasper stone round beads     
                8mm (16817A)
01          Bead Gallery® Super bundle – orange flower glass lampwork
                28x50mm pendants (2 packs/2 pieces) (10138A)
276.5” Brown 3-ply waxed linen cording

Tools:
Beadalon classic nipper tool (JTNIP1)
Beadalon slim line round nose pliers (201A-014)
Clip Board or Macramé Board
Large document clip
Masking tape (to hold pendant down if needed)

Time: 1 to 1 ½ hours

Level Of Difficulty: Advanced

Tips: Go through your beads and separate into lightest to darkest. Find the yellow hued orange beads and separate for use.

You can flip the pendant over ad re-tape to continue macramé around the back of top loop. Video tutorial available.

I always cut my cording longer than needed. I find this is the best way to finish the projects or add beads if needed.

Easy To Follow DIY Instructions

1. Macramé Around Bale – Using masking tape, tape pendant to clipboard and cut 2 lengths of 37” cording.
2. Bring strands together, Pass cording through bale to center of cording and form a simple knot.
3. Separate strands, 2 on left and 2 on right.
4. Using the pendant loop as your center cording, form square knots from the front to the back of the pendant loop. (We have a YouTube video for this technique)
5. Bring cording around the front of bale and form a simple knot at the base of bale.
6. Swirl Macramé Dangle – Make sure your masking tape is still tight.
7. Separate strands, using document clip, clip the center 2 cords to the bottom of the clipboard.
8. Separate remaining strands on left and right side.
9. To form the “swirl” pattern we will be creating half square knots on the right side ONLY. Create approximately 30 half square knots on the right side.
10. Remove from clipboard and twist cording to form the swirl.
11. Bring strands together and form an overhand knot at the base of the macramé swirl.
12. Separate strands – Move down a tad, form an overhand knot, string 4mm orange (finding the lightest yellow hues of the orange beads), and form a simple knot. Trim end and fray.
13. Repeat on remaining strands.
14. Necklace – Right side Cut 3 lengths of 67 ½” cording.
15. Bring strands together and form an overhand knot in the center of cording.
16. Pace cording under the top of document clip by the pendant.
17. Find center strand and string, 7 red jaspers 8mm, 7 orange crackle 8mm, 12 orange gradating to yellow beads.
18. Clip center strand to bottom of clipboard.
19. Move red jasper up to pendant.
20. Form a half square knot around the bead.
21. Form to more 2 square knots.
22. Move up next bead and repeat steps 20-21 moving up the beads from step 17 as you go.
23. Left Side - Repeat step steps 16-22 on left side of bracelet.
24. Remove necklace from clipboard, bring strands together and form and overhand knot.
25. Separate strands – Move down a tad, form an overhand knot, string 4mm orange (finding the lightest yellow hues of the orange beads), and form a simple knot. Trim end and fray.
26. Repeat on remaining strand.

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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.