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Learn how to make jewellery with Katie from www.mybeadsclub.com. Here she shows you how to make a very easy bead and wire ...
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How to Make Jewelry Bead and Wire Pendant
Okay, to make this pendant, I am going to have a specific one here because to look a bit more complicated but not much because we are going to try on these four beads and also have a little beads going on there in the middle. So take your length of wire and just to make sure the beads do not fall off at one end. We are going to just do a turn on one end so they do not fall off.
I am then going to try all four or how many beads you want up to the wire, all four of them there, and I am going to start twisting from the top, so make a loop on that. What will keep the bead in place is actually a turn. Do a turn there and that will keep that one in place. It is all up to you how many twirls you want to do before you feed up the next bead. I am not going to add more beads there.
We will go with the pattern and go back to make it a little bit different maybe. Make a round and now feed the bead up and you need to do a turn more or less straight to keep it in place, A few more turns and that one up. As you can see, you can make it up as you go in the long wire.
Now, cut to the end. I think that is enough on that one. Cut and do a turn. As you can see, have a look at the pendant there and all you will do is attach it to an either a chain or bead string wire itself and just clasp the end and that could be natural bead string wire or your chain can be as short or as long as you like and it makes a nice choker and also a longer necklace too.