I regard stringing to be the back bone of jewellery making. It uses easily obtained supplies, and will teach a fundamental sense of coordinating colors along with shapes into an attractive design.
Stringing homemade jewelry using beading wire is also perfect for practicing how to manipulate small items with your hands, using pressure and angle to obtain different results.
Methods for most tasks are interchangeable, so if you discover that youd preferably use a needle and thread for a project calling for beading wire,then go for it.
If you are using jewelry beads of the same dimension, you can workout how many you'll need once you've decided on the length. Use a tape-measure around your neck to get a good idea.
Next divide that measurement by the length of a bead (hole to hole). Thus, for a choker of 40cm you will require about 50, 8mm round beads.
Stringing with flexible beading wire is definitely an economical way to string beads of all shapes and sizes plus you don't even require a needle to do it.
Lets move on to learn about stringing beaded homemade jewelry using thread
This Silver Pendant Necklace is one of my favourite necklaces. It can be adjusted to any length so it looks great with just about any outfit. You don't need any special jewellery making tools, and best of all it can be put together in a matter of minutes.
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