Fiori diy Necklace

DESIGNED BY DENISE YEZBAK MOORE
FEATURING BEAD GALLERY® BEADS BY HALCRAFT COLLECTION 

 
Materials:
22   Bead Gallery® red opaque Chinese 6/0 E beads (16648)
22   Bead Gallery® silver-plated rondelle spacer (12587)
02   Bead Gallery® matte blue & yellow Millefiori glass 13x27mm medium (17160)
02   Bead Gallery® shiny blue & yellow Millefiori glass 13x27mm medium (17144)
02   Bead Gallery® matte yellow & red Millefiori glass 14x27mm medium (17155)
02   Bead Gallery® shiny yellow & red Millefiori glass 13x27mm medium (17139)
01   Bead Gallery® matte yellow & red Millefiori glass 15x34mm large (17163)
02   Bead Gallery® shiny yellow & red Millefiori glass 15x34mm large (17147)
01   Bead Gallery® .925 silver Bali inspired toggle clasp (16942)
04   Bead Gallery® small blue tassel (14670)
35” brown 3-ply waxed linen cording
04   silver tone 4mm jump ring

Tools:
Wire nippers
Super glue
2 – Chain nose pliers

Level of difficulty (Beginner)

Time – 45 minutes

Instructions:
1. Cut 35” of cording.
2. String red seed, silver spacer, large matte yellow & red Millefiori bead, silver spacer and red seed to center of necklace.
3. Form an overhand knot on each side.
4. Left side – String red seed, silver spacer, shiny yellow & red medium millefiori, red seed, silver spacer and form an overhand knot.
5. Repeat step 3 replacing millefiori in the following order: Matte yellow & red medium, shiny blue & yellow medium, shiny yellow & red large and matte blue & yellow medium.
6. Repeat step 3-4 on right side of necklace.
7. Left side – String toggle bar, form 2 simple knots, trim cording, dab knot with super glue and let dry.
8. Right side – String toggle, form 2 simple knots, trim cording, dab knot with super glue and let dry.
9. Using 4mm jump rings, connect tassel in between seed beads at center of necklace.

Denise Yezbak Moore is a self-taught artisan. Denise has been a senior designer here at Halcraft Collection for 9 years. She loves to create jewelry with a bohemian flair. She resides in Southern California and enjoys hearing from fellow beaders.



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