If your necklace is a single-strand and terminates with a jumpring that attaches to a clasp, use an awl to loosen the knots between the pearls and remove enough pearls to give you a length of silk to work with, around 5- or 6-inches. Finish preparing the strand so it ends with a pearl, versus a knot. Place a twisted wire needle on the thread then string one pearl and the jumpring. Pass the needle back through the last pearl strung and tie an overhand knot around the thread between the final two pearls. Apply a dab of G-S Hypo fabric cement adhesive to secure the knot. Once the glue has dried, trim any excess thread.
If you decide to restring the entire necklace, refer to the "Using The Bead Knotter™" video and illustrated tutorial.
Products sold by Fire Mountain Gems and Beads® are intended for experienced jewelry-makers and designer-artists; children 14 years of age or younger should use these products with adult direction.
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