Pandahall Tutorial-How to Make Simple Bib Necklace with Turquoise Beads
Summary: Wanna a simple beaded necklace? And let me show you a Pandahall tutorial on how to make simple bib necklace with turquoise beads.
Do you have a cool bib necklace? You can see this tutorial on how to make simple bib necklace with turquoise beads if you exactly need a similar one. Few materials and easy steps are needed to finish this project, so it is a suitable choice for green hand. Follow me to see more details below.
Supplies needed for this simple bib necklace with turquoise beads:
12mm Round Synthetic Turquoise Beads
0.3mm Silver Copper Wire
10mm Round Turquoise Gemstone Beads
Tibetan Style Toggle & Tbar
Chips Synthetic Turquoise Beads
Golden Iron Eyepins
Golden Brass Ball Headpins
Golden Cross Chains
Side Cutting Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Instruction on how to make simple bib necklace with turquoise beads:
Step 1: Make the basic part of the bib necklace
1st, make many chip turquoise beads dangles with headpins and cut off short piece of cross chain;
2nd, attach the chip beads dangle onto the chain;
3rd, make a 10mm gemstone bead dangle with eyepin and hang it onto the top of the chip beaded pattern.
Step 2: Finish this simple bib necklace
1st, cut off a piece of copper wire and slide a Tibetan style clasp onto the one end, then slide many 12mm turquoise beads onto the wire in order;
2nd, make many chip beads and gemstone bead dangles as the step 1;
3rd, add the dangles onto the cooper wire and put it between two turquoise beads until you get enough patterns (as shown in the picture);
4th, slide a tbar on the other end and make a knot to fix the necklace pattern.
Here is the final look of the simple bib necklace with turquoise beads:
It is an easy yet beautiful necklace, right? Do you want to make one for yourself? Turquoise beads jewelry is popular among jewelry fans, so you may consider making one and match it with your cool jacket. Follow the steps and you also can finish it within ten minutes. See you next time!
This project is inspired from http://lc.pandahall.com/craft-ideas/11825.html.