Step two: Experiment a bit with what method is more comfortable for you, some people like to make all of their links first and then join them together in a pattern, others like to link as they go. The key to this is that the pattern is random, so you can do anything you like! Continue linking until you have used all the beads in the list of components. Randomly mix in small lengths of chain (1½ to 3 inches at a time) until you have used between 8 and 12 inches. You should have a necklace that is approximately 50 inches in total length.
Approximate size: 50 inches Estimated time: Under 2 hours Difficulty level: Beginner to intermediate
Tools Used: Side cutters - semi-flush (TOOL-131) Round nose pliers (TOOL-108) Chain nose pliers (TOOL-106) Sterling silver wire round 24 gauge half hard - approx. 1 troy oz (48ft) (SSWR24HH1)
List of Components: 5-5.5mm fuchsia potato pearl (P-FU1, qty 1 strand) Small Hill Tribe bushed disc (HTS086, qty 3) 5mm daisy spacer (INDSY50A, qty 12) 8mm Swarovski faceted round crystal rose (5000-RO8, qty 2) 6mm Swarovski faceted rounded bicone crystal AB (5309-CRYSAB6, qty 2) 2207 Cable chain (925CH31, qty 1ft)