Multi-Strand Citrus Mix Seed Bead and Pearl Necklace
designed byCynthia Kimura
Approximate Size25 1/2 Inches
The trick to making this design? I chose a seed bead mix so that I could add them randomly and rapidly with the bead loader.
Let colorful layers spice up your style This necklace design features Miyuki Luminous Delica seed beads full of neon color. Dark blue Lapis pearls add just the right amount of contrast. Wear this multi-strand necklace with black to make it pop or brighten it up with even more neon colors. Everyone is sure to spot your style when you wear this piece
Cut eight lengths of thread approximately 26 inches long each.
Add the Miyuki 11/0 Luminous Delica seed bead delightfully citrus mix into the Beadalon Spin-N-Bead Jr Bead loader. Add one of your lengths of thread to your needle and use the Spin-N-Bead Jr bead loader to quickly and easily add seed beads to your thread. You are going to add seed beads and Swarovski 6mm round pearls in Lapis to your thread in a random pattern. The pearls can be added to the thread by hand in between spins of the bead loader. Do this for all eight lengths of thread.
Take the ends of all the threads and twist them together. Slide a clam shell bead tip with 2 rings over the twisted ends and make a knot. Make another knot to make sure it is secure. Add glue for extra security and cut the excess thread. Close the bead tip. You can also put some glue in the bead tip if you want even more security. Attach one half of the TierraCast 5/8-inch antique silver-plated pewter Anna's toggle and clasp to the bead tip using a sterling silver 5.95mm jump ring. Repeat this step for the other end of the necklace.
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