Simple Jewelry Making - Make a Necklace in a Pink Collar Pattern
Summary: This week starts with this simple jewelry making tutorial- how to make a necklace in a glittering collar pattern that is fashionable and suitable for this sunny season.
JumpRings, Close but Unsoldered, Brass, Silver Color, about 5mm in diameter, 1mm thick, about 6000pcs/500g(JRC5MM-S)
Unit: 500 g Weight: 575(g)
US $6.22 / 500 g
Iron Cross Chain, Lead Free, Silver Color, Come On Reel, Size: Chain: about 3mm long, 2mm wide, 0.5mm thick, 100M/roll(CH-S079-S-LF)
Unit: 100 m Weight: 714(g)
US $4.57 / 100 m
Glass Beads Strands, Painted, Round, Mixed Color, 4~14mm, Hole: 1mm, 31"~33"(DGLA-MSMC001-7)
Unit: 20 Strands Weight: 1886(g)
US $10.37 / 20 Strands
Brass Ball Headpins, Platinum Color, Size: about 0.6mm thick, 40mm long, head: 1.5mm(RP0.6X40mm)
Unit: 5000 pcs Weight: 585(g)
US $21.34 / 5000 pcs
Zinc Alloy Lobster Claws, Nickel Free, Platinum, Size: about 6mm wide, 10mm long, hole: 1mm(E103-P-NF)
Unit: 1000 pcs Weight: 492(g)
US $7.04 / 1000 pcs
A Set of Three Pliers with a Container, Ferronickel, 12cmx16cmx2.8cm(P011Y)
Unit: 1 Set Weight: 460(g)
US $4.76 / 1 Set
Simple jewelry making can help you through important formal occasions! Can you believe? All the jewelry, whether luxury or bauble, is either handmade or machine-made. Despite the value of materials, handmade jewelry is always superior to mechanical. Here we teach you a way to make a necklace in a spiffy collar pattern.
Materials and tools:
4mm deep pink glass beads
Silvery iron chain
Round nose pliers
Flat nose pliers
Step 1: Prepare beaded units
1st, pick a head pin and slide one bead onto;
2nd, cut off extra length and leave a short tail for wire wrapping;
3rd, loop the short tail with round nose, the one-bead unit is done;
4th, similarly make two-bead, three bead and until seven-bead units; prepare corresponding amount as pic shows.
Step 2: Arrange units onto chain for collar pattern
1st, cut a piece of chain (proper length according to your judgment);
2nd, fold it in half to find the center link, and attach the seven-bead unit to it;
3rd, continue attaching units from center to both ends; each two adjoining units has a two-link gap;
4th, the collar pattern is arranged like the picture shows.
5th, add lobster clasp to one end of the chain.
The final look is shown below:
This simple jewelry making project is done! Thanks for reading. When planning to attend an important social occasion, such as a business party, you probably need a shining and elegant necklace to match a formal gown; suppose you don’t have one and no time for shopping, why not try making a necklace in this pattern, simple and time-saving.