Crochet Wire Necklace  

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20 ch=4".
Materials needed:

Artbead's Silver Wire (28-gauge; half-hard sterling; each spool approx 1 oz/28.5 g; 111ft/34 m) 1 Spool

Artbeads's Crystal Bicone

20 beads of each of the 4 different Beads u choose

Crochet Hook, size B/1 (2.25mm)

2 silver spacer beads(3 mm)

2 silver crimp beads

2 silver clamp-on bead tips

2 silver jump rings

1 silver toggle clasp

Crimping pliers

Wire Cutter


strand (Make 1 with each color bead) Prethread 20 beads of a single color onto wire.

Leaving a 6" tail, *Ch. 3, bead ch. Repeat from* 19 more times, ending with ch.3

Leaving a 6" tail, Fasten off


Holding all 4 strands tog in your free hand, thread 1 silver spacer bead onto the 4 strands.

Thread 1 bead tip through its timy thread hole (with its open clamshell facing away from the crocheted chains) onto all 4 strands.

Thread 1 crimp bead onto all 4strands.

Move these jewelry findings as close as possible to the crocheted chains.

Using crimping tool, crimp the crimp bead.

Rim wire.

Tightly enclose the compressed crimp bead inside the hinged clamshell part of the ead tip.

Put 1 jump ring onto the open hook, ten close the hook.

Put 1 piece of necklace clasp onto the open jump ring. Close the jump ring.

Repeat for other side of necklace.

Let me know how it turns out for you! -Rae Byuel

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