How to make your necklace?

NecklaceA necklace is an article of jewellery which is worn around the neck. Necklaces are frequently formed from a metal jewellery chain. Others are woven or manufactured from cloth using string or twine.
Common features of necklaces include features such as colourful stones (particularly gemstones / jewels), wood (usually carved or polished), art glass, feathers, shells, beads or corals – a wide, wide variety of other adornments have also been used. If a necklace includes a primary hanging feature, it is called a pendant; if the pendant is itself a small container, which is called a locket.
In order to design your own necklace decide precisely how and what you want from your necklace to look and whether you are creating a necklace for casual wear or for particular important work. The ingredients you prefer to use to design your necklace will largely be dependent on whether the necklace is meant to be worn with casual apparel or formal apparel. For instance, on regular cloths, nylon cord, jute, hemp, or leather cords are acceptable. More formal necklaces would be appropriate; they can increase your beauty and make you centre of attraction.
Arrange on a table all the items you will need for designing the necklace. Make sure the chair you use is comfortable and provides good lumbar support. Also make sure the table is the right height and that the area is well-lit. Designing necklaces, or any jewellery, is enjoyable but lengths of time spent bent over the detailed work can put strain on the back and neck.
Measure the length of necklace wire or cord by placing around your neck loosely not tightly and allowing an inch or two more make it flexible .Attach the tube end or wire end to one end of your cord or wire. Now you are ready to make you own necklace.
Add one space bar or crimp bead and then slide the first bead on. You do not need to add a crimp bead in between bead it will not look good. You can design your necklace however you want, by changing colours to make it comfortable eye pleasing combination.
String one bead onto the necklace, followed by a crimp bead or by a regular bead of your choosing. You have to perform thing until your desire measurement arrive. Continue stringing the beads until you’ve strung as many beads as the necklace can hold, leaving one to two inches to spare. After you have strung the beads exactly as you want them, in the pattern you desire, secure the other end, by tying a simple slip knot, so the beads will not slide off. Attach the jump ring to the pendant and to the centre of the necklace. Carefully squeeze the jump ring closed using pliers.
Attach the connector crimp to the open end of the necklace and then, with pliers, to make sure you have closed the crimp bead tightly around the cord so that it cannot slide attach the lobster clasp to the connector bead off. Also, make sure the lobster clasp’s ring has been fully closed with pliers to make your necklace more firm so that it can sustain over long time.

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