Using the nipper tool cut the chain to length.Cutting a 6 ¾” pc of the flat oval chain and (2) pc of the rolo chain, (1) pc 3 ¾” and (1) 8”.
On one end of the flat oval chain, attach the bar of the toggle with a jump ring using the round nose and chain nose pliers.
On the other end of the flat oval chain, attach a head pin, slipping on the larger rose bead bending the end of the wire over at a right angle, flush with the bead.
Using the Wire Looping Pliers, make a loop by pressing the end into the pliers at the middle section gently pressing, rotating the wire around to the bead until you have something that resembles a split ring.
Attach the 3 ¾” piece of rolo chain to the newly formed ring with a jump ring.
On the end of that piece attach an eye pin, slipping on the small rose bead, make a right angle, flush with the bead and make a simple loop.(Cut the wire just over ¾” and form with the round nose pliers or the wire looping tool as demonstrated in the “Y” necklace video.)
Attach the 8” piece of rolo chain to the newly formed simple loop formed in Step 6.
Attach the flower loop of toggle to the end of chain using a jump ring.
Cut 13” of beading wire, crimping one end into the “split” ring of the large rose bead, using the magical crimp forming tool above the chain connection.
String about 11 ½” of seed beads on to the wire and crimp into the flower toggle, above the chain connection.
Cut 13” of beading wire, crimping one end again into the “split” ring of the large rose bead, using the magical crimp forming tool, above the seed bead strand.
String 3 seed beads and then alternate a Chinese Crystal and seed bead pattern until you have beaded about 11” and crimp into the flower toggle above the seed bead strand to complete.