midnight frost diy necklace

DIY JEWELRY making 


Designed by Denise Yezbak Moore
for Halcraft Collection

Materials:
06     Bead Gallery® blue iris coated druzy agate slice (14495)
18     Bead Gallery® blue heat dyed quartz crystal spikes (13363)
10     Bead Gallery® blue iris coated druzy agate lentil (14504)
14     Bead Gallery® blue iris coasted druzy agate round (12733)
01     silver tone large lobster clasp
01     silver tone 5mm jump ring
01     silver tone 15mm jump ring
210” brown 3-ply waxed linen cording

Tools:
Wire nippers
Super glue
2 Chain nose pliers

Level of difficulty (Advanced)

Time – 1 to 1 ½ hours depending on skill level

Instructions:

1.    Cut 3 lengths of 70” cording.
2.    String slice to center of cord 1.
3.    String 3 crystal spikes to center of 2nd cord.
4.    Bring all 3 cords together.
5.    Place 3rd cord behind slice, 2nd cord with spikes in front of slice.
6.    Form 2 overhand knots on top of each other on each side of slice.
7.    Separate strands, string slice on center strand, string 3 spikes on 1st strand.
8.    Place 3rd strand behind slice, bring all 3 strands together and form 2 overhand  knots on top of each other.
9.    Repeat steps 7-8 Left side – 2 times, Right side – 2 times.
10.    Left side – Bring strands together, string druzy round and form an overhand knot.
11.    Separate strands, find middle strand, string druzy lentil, bring all 3 strands together and form an overhand knot.
12.    Repeat steps 10-11 (4 times), repeat step 10 (2 times).
13.    Repeat steps 10-12 on right side of necklace.
14.    String lobster clasp and form 2 simple knots.
15.    Trim ends and dab knot with super glue.
16.    Attach 5mm jump ring to 15mm jump ring.
17.    String 5mm jump ring on other side of necklace and form 2 simple knots.
18.    Trim ends and dab knot with super glue.

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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