Tools and Materials Needed:
- If you have never worked with beading chain before, I recommend watching this video which shows how to add end caps. The finished bracelet is about 6 and a half inches, but just add a little chain length for a bigger bracelet.
- Cut your beading chain to the length you want your necklace to be. I made mine 6 and a half inches. String on a pattern of Cherry Quartz and gold rounds as shown. Keep a bead reamer handy because some of the holes may have trouble fitting over the chain.
- This is optional, but I chose to flat crimp a gold crimp bead on either side of the beads to hold them in place.
- Use your pliers to add end caps to both ends of the wire. Use a jump ring or a split ring to connect your lobster clasp.
Cherry Quartz Freeform Rondelle 7" Bead Strand - 5 beads or 1 strand
Gold Plated 5mm Round Beads, 10pc -6 beads or 1 bag
Gold Plated Brass Beading Chain, .7mm, By The Foot - 1 ft or 6-7 inches
Gold Plated Crimp End for Beading Chain - 2 pc
Gold Plated 12mm Lobster Clasp- 1 pc
Optional: Gold Plated 2mm Crimp Beads, Bag Of 50- 2 pc
Chain Nose Pliers
Beadalon Flush Cutter with Soft Ergonomic Handles