To use a double-hole spacer bar to make a bracelet, string a number of beads, pass the beading wire through a hole of the spacer bar and continue to repeat this pattern until you reach the desired length of your bracelet. Use a Bead Stopper™ on each end to hold the beads on this strand in place. Using a second beading wire, string the same number of beads, pass the wire through the second hole in the double-hole spacer bar and continue as you did with the first strand.
To use a multi-hole spacer bar to make a necklace, string the beads and spacer bars as you do for a bracelet and then as you make your way to the center of the necklace, you will find you'll need to string different amounts of beads on the different strands, between the spacer bars, to make the curve and drape of the necklace work properly.
Finish the ends with the following:
To use multi-hole spacers in an earring design, position the spacer bar horizontally then use it as the foundation for the beaded earring design, as seen in these Earrings with Nephrite Beads and Sterling Silver Chain. Or, position the spacer bar vertically and pass stringing material through the holes as you see in these Earrings with Cubic Zirconia Beads and Sterling Silver Components, attaching the earwire to the first hole at the top.