Sunset Strands Necklace
This Sunset Strands Necklace mimics the vibrant colors of the setting sun in its color palette. One of our most eye-catching multi-strand beaded necklace patterns, this piece will attract attention wherever it goes. You're sure to shine anytime you wear it!
Project TypeMake a Project
Bead TypeSeed, Miscellaneous
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Bead Technique UsedStrung
Bead Project TypeNecklace
- #34713069- 135pc 4X7mm Oval Frost Rose
- #34713068- 135pc 4X7mm Oval Frost Orange
- #34713064- 135pc 4X7mm Oval Frost Hot Pink
- #34718096- 20in Chain Silver Large Double Link
- #34719046- 8 Set Large Round Toggle Silver
- #34719040- 300pc 6mm Open/Close Jump Ring Silver
- #34719027- 500pc 2mm Crimp Tube Silver
- #3202002- 40' .3mm 7-Strand Bead Wire- Silver
Using two sets of needle nose pliers, separate the chain into two 5-1/2-inch lengths.
Using 6mm jump rings, attach a toggle clasp end to each chain.
Cut the following lengths of beading wire: two 10-inch, two 12-inch, two 14-inch, two 16-inch, and two 18-inch.
Using crimp tubes, attach each beading wire lengths to its own 6mm jump ring. Attach the jump rings by strand length to one of the 5-1/2-inch chains.
Thread the bead pattern onto the strands. The patterns are as follows:
Strand 1 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 5 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 2 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 6 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 3 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 8 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 4 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 10 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 5 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 12 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 6 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 14 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 7 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 16 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 8 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 18 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 9 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 20 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
Strand 10 = 6 rose, 6 pink, 22 orange, 6 pink & 6 rose
- Use crimp tubes to attach each beaded wire to its own 6mm jump ring. Attach the jump rings by strand length to the other 5-1/2-inch chain.
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Jun 15, 2017
This is simply beautiful. And it's as easy as can be. I got a little confused when I read the material list. I couldn't figure out where you would use hundreds of jump rings or crimp beads. Then I understand that it was the way they come at Prima. Whew! I already have about 50 of each of those so no need. I think this would also look pretty in shades of blue and light green to mimic the ocean.
May 27, 2014
I really want to make this necklace, but I can't find the beads anywhere. Please let me know where I can buy them. Thanks
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