Double-Strand Necklace, Bracelet and Earring Set with Swarovski Crystal

Necklace

STEP 1
Using flush-cutters, cut the following:
  • One 21-inch length of Accu-Flex professional-quality beading wire
  • One 22-inch length of Accu-Flex beading wire
STEP 2
Using chain-nose and bent-nose pliers, open four gold-plated 5mm jumprings. Pass one jumping through a loop on ore gold-plated 2-strand tab clasp. Close the jumping. Repeat until all four loops on the clasp have a jumpring attached.

First Strand

STEP 3
String onto the 21-inch length of beading wire one sterling silver 2x2mm crimp bead, one gold-plated Accu-Guard™ wire-protector and the jumping on the top loop of the tab half of the clasp. Pass the beading wire back through the crimp bead, Pull the beading Wire so the crimp rests snug against the Accu-Guard. Place a small amount of adhesive (Loctite®) inside the crimp (optional).

Using crimping pliers crimp the crimp bead. Using flush-cutters trim the excess from the short end of the beading wire. Place one gold-plated 4mm crimp cover over the crimp and close gently.
STEP 4
String the following pattern onto the beading wire two times:
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
  • One Swarovski rose gold 14mm coin crystal pearl
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
  • The first hole of one gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 3-strand spacer bar
STEP 5
String the following pattern onto the beading wire nine times:
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
  • One Swarovski rose gold 14mm coin crystal pearl
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
String one Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval at the end of the ninth repetition.
STEP 6
Reverse the pattern used in Step 4 and string onto the beading wire two times.
STEP 7
Repeat the process described in Step 3, using the jumping on the top loop of the opposite half of the clasp.

Second Strand

STEP 8
Using the 22-inch length of beading wire and the jumping on the bottom loop of the class, repeat the process described in Step 3.
STEP 9
Onto the beading wire, string the pattern used it Step 4, using the second hole of the spacer bars, two times.
STEP 10
String the following pattern onto the beading wire ten times:
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
  • One Swarovski rose gold 14mm coin crystal pearl
String one gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle at the end of the tenth repetition.
STEP 11
On the 22-inch beading wire reverse the pattern in Step 4 and string two times, using the second hole of the spacer bars.
STEP 12
Using the 22-inch length of beading wire and the jumping on the bottom loop of the opposite side of the clasp, repeat the process described in Step 3.

Bracelet

STEP 1
Using flush-cutters cut two 2-inch lengths of Accu-Flex beading wire.
STEP 2
Using chain-nose and bent-nose pliers, open four gold-plated 5mm jumprings. Pass one jumping through a loop on ore gold-plated 2-strand tab clasp. Close the jumping. Repeat until all four loops on the clasp have a jumpring attached.
STEP 3
String onto one 10-inch length of beading wire one sterling silver 2x2mm crimp bead, one gold-plated Accu-Guard wire-protector and the jumping on the top loop of the tab half of the clasp. Pass the beading wire back through the crimp bead, Pull the beading Wire so the crimp rests snug against the Accu-Guard. Place a small amount of adhesive (Loctite) inside the crimp (optional).

Using crimping pliers crimp the crimp bead. Using flush-cutters trim the excess from the short end of the beading wire. Place one gold-plated 4mm crimp cover over the crimp and close gently.
STEP 4
String the following pattern onto the beading wire four times:
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
  • The first hole on one gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 3-strand spacer bar
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
  • One Swarovski rose gold 14mm coin crystal pearl
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
STEP 5
Continue to string the following onto the beading wire:
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
  • The first hole on one gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 3-strand spacer bar
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
STEP 6
Using the jumping on the top bop of the opposite half of the clasp, repeat the process described in Step 3.
STEP 7
Using the second 10-inch length of beading wire, the bottom loops of the clasp and the third holes of the 3-hole spacer bars, repeat Steps 3 - 6 to complete the second strand.

Earrings

STEP 1
On one gold-plated 2.5-inch headpin string the following:
  • One Swarovski rose gold 14mm coin crystal pearl
  • One gold-plated Swarovski crystal AB 4mm rondelle
  • One Swarovski rose gold 10x8mm oval
Using chain-nose pliers, round-nose pliers and flush-cutters create a simple loop on the straight end of the wire.

Repeat to create a second drop.
STEP 2
On one gold-plated 2.5-inch headpin string one Swarovski rose gold 14mm coin crystal pearl. Create a simple loop on the straight end of the wire. Repeat to create a second loop.
STEP 3
Open one gold-plated 5mm jumpring. Pass the jumpring through the loop of one gold-plated half ball ear-stud and the loop of the ring portion of one gold-plated 10mm toggle clasp.
STEP 4
Open the loop of link. Pass the loop through the ring portion of the toggle clasp added in Step 3. Close the loop.

Open the opposite loop of the pearl link. Pass the loop through the loop of a second gold-plated 10mm toggle clasp. Close the loop.
STEP 5
Open the loop of one drop. Pass the loop through the ring portion of the toggle clasp added in Step 4.
STEP 6
Repeat Steps 3 - 5 to complete the second earring.

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