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Pistachio DIY necklace

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

 
Materials:
22     Bead Gallery® light aqua Picasso 4mm Czech (15409)
64     Bead Gallery® Forest green Czech glass 4mm (15411)
90     Bead Gallery® Honey amber Czech glass 4mm (15416)
13     Bead Gallery® gold tone rondelle (12535)
01     Bead Gallery® green dyed ocean agate pendant (13816)
04     gold tone 4mm jump rings
18”   gold tone 24g wire
35”   S-Lon mint cording

Tools:
Wire nippers
2 - Chain nose pliers
Round nose pliers
Nail Polish

Level of difficulty (Advanced)

Time – Less than 1 hour

Instructions:

1.    Wrap 1 - Cut 6” of 24g wire and form a wrapped loop.
2.    String 2 honey amber, aqua Picasso, rondelle, aqua Picasso, 2 honey amber and form a wrapped loop. Set aside.
3.    Wrap 2 - Cut 6” of 24g wire and form a wrapped loop.
4.    String 3 forest green, rondelle, 3 forest green and form a wrapped loop.
5.    Repeat step 3-4 one time.
6.    Make a slight bend in the center wrap 2.
7.    Using 4mm jump ring, connect wrap 2, wrap 1 and wrap 2.
8.    Repeat step 7 on bottom of wraps.
9.    Remove bale from pendant.
10. Using 4mm jump ring, connect pendant to bottom loop.
11. Cut 35” of cording.
12  Dip each end of cording in nail polish, form a needle on the ends and let dry.
13. String 39 honey Czech, 26 forest Czech, 2 aqua Picasso, rondelle, 2 aqua Picasso, rondelle, 2 aqua Picasso, 2 rondelles, 2 aqua Picasso, rondelle, 2 aqua Picasso, pendant, 2 aqua Picasso, rondelle, 2 aqua Picasso, 2 rondelles, 2 aqua Picasso, rondelle, 2 aqua Picasso, rondelle, 2 aqua Picasso, 26 forest Czech and 39 honey Czech.
14. Bring strands together, form 2 overhand knots.
15. Trim ends and fray.

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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