Nomadic Necklace

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

Learn how to make this Nomadic 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 Halcraft Collection.

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BEADS & JEWELRY MAKING SUPPLIES REQUIRED

02        Bead Gallery® turquoise dyed reconstituted stone molded beads 15x20mm
              Buddha (12357)
31        Bead Gallery® turquoise dyed reconstituted stone spike beads 4x40mm
              (12343)
02        Bead Gallery® amber line dyed agate stone round 10mm beads (13558)
58        Bead Gallery® multi-pack brown lava round stone beads (sizes 4mm, 6mm,
              8mm, 10mm) (10109)
24        Bead Gallery® multi-pack dyed howlite turquoise round stone beads (sizes  
              10mm, 6mm) (10095)
11        Bead Gallery® Czech fire polished faceted round 10mm orange beads 
              (18548)
06        Bead Gallery® Czech table cut faceted glass lentil travertine edge 8mm
              turquoise beads (18561)
01        Bead Gallery® silver tone jump rings 1x10mm (12967)
01        Bead Gallery® lobster claw clasp 14mm silver tone plated (14648)
180”   Bead Gallery® 1-ply brown waxed linen cording
60”      Bead Gallery® 3-ply brown waxed linen cording

Tools:
Beadalon classic nipper tool (JTNIP1)
Beadalon G-S hypo cement glue (215A-020)

Time: 1 hour or more depending on skill level.

Level Of Difficulty: Intermediate

Tip – This necklace can be easily changed to wire cord and crimp bead technique. Just add spacer beads between the spikes.

Easy To Follow DIY Instructions

1. Row 1 - Cut 3 lengths 60” 1-ply cording.
2. Using 1 length of cording, string spike to center of cord.
3. Bring all cords together, place cord 2 and 3 in front and back of spike.
4. Form an overhand knot on each side of spike.
5. Left side – Separate strands, string spike onto center cording, bring strands together, and form an overhand knot.
6. Repeat step 5 – 14 times.
7. Right side – Repeat steps 5-6 – 14 times.
8. Left side – Bring strands together, string amber line agate, form an overhand knot, 8mm lava, form an overhand knot, 8mm lava, form an overhand knot. Repeat 3 times.
9. Repeat step 8 on right side of necklace. Set aside.
10. Row 2 – Cut 1 length of 30” 3-ply cording.
11. String 2 howlite turquoise round 6mm, 10 howlite turquoise round 10mm, 3 lava 10mm, orange glass, lava 10mm, orange glass, amber line agate, orange glass, lava 10mm, amber line agate, lava 10mm, orange glass, amber line agate, orange glass, lava 10mm, orange glass, 3 lava 10mm, 10 howlite turquoise round 10mm, and 2 howlite turquoise round 6mm. Set aside.
12. Row – 3 Cut 1 length of 30” 3-ply cording.
13. String 3 lava 4mm, 4 lava 6mm, 3 lava 8mm, 3 lava 10mm, turquoise glass, orange glass, lava 8mm, orange glass, 2 lava 10mm, turquoise glass, Buddha bead, turquoise glass, orange glass, turquoise glass, Buddha bead, turquoise glass, 2 lava 10mm, orange glass, lava 8mm, orange glass, turquoise glass, 3 lava 10mm, 3 lava 8mm, 4 lava 6mm, and 3 lava 4mm.
14. Left side – Bring all strands together and form an overhand knot.
15. Bring all strands together, string jump ring and form 2 simple knots. Trim cording and dab knot with glue. Let dry.
16. Right side – Bring all strands together and form an overhand knot.
17. Bring all strands together, string lobster clasp and form 2 simple knots. Trim cording and dab knot with glue. Let dry.

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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.