Beaded Fringe Necklace

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round nose pliers

wire cutters

chain - cut to 28” long (or your preferred length)

beads — probably 2 colors or more

eye pins and head pins


1. Sketch out your design, based on how many beads you can fit onto each head pin. here’s one i did with a simple geometric colorblock triangle design, with 18 beads fitting on each headpin — a total of 7 pins.

2. Start adding beads to your head pins.

3. After your beads are on, take your round nose pliers, bend the top of the headpin to a 90 degree angle. (beads aren’t in the photo here, but they would be in your project.

4. Take your round nose pliers, grab the tip of the end of the head pin and rotate in the opposite direction of the bend, forming a loop.

5. Close the loop all the way so it fits snugly against the base (you don’t want it slipping off of your necklace!

6. Once you finish adding all of your beads, you’ll have a bunch of beaded sticks. now, take an eye pin (the one with a loop on one end already) and start threading them through (horizontally) each of your beaded sticks (vertical ones). make sure to put a bead on the eye pin in between each beaded stick that you have, so that they are space apart appropriately.

7. Make a loop at the end of your eye pin, just like you did for the head pins — so that you have a loop at each end of the horizontal pin. now, thread your chain onto each of those loops at either end of the horizontal pin. close the loops tight so the chain doesn’t come off.


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