Cobalt Blueberries Necklace


Cobalt Blueberries Necklace

Cobalt Blueberries Necklace

Create a necklace that tricks the eye. This Cobalt Blueberries Necklace may look like a bunch of beady fruits for you to nibble at, but in reality it is a careful compilation of beads strung together with wire. It's a tasteful and fruity piece of DIY jewelry that will make your mouth water. Break out those pliers and apply them to this one-of-a-kind necklace. It's eye candy without any guilt, so go ahead and indulge.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeSeed

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework

Bead Project TypeNecklace


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These two tutorials are excellent. I like using crimp tubes. In my time of beading, I've had no problems with crimping pliers except with the multiple crimper pliers, they are a piece of trash as I have proven that they do not hold the wire (any size) Also I like to use crimping when I make a loop and wrap, after cutting of the excess wire , I use the crimping pliers to push down the wire that sticks up. Try it you might like using them instead of chain nose or bent nose pliers. Larry

The two tutorials are excellent. I like using crimp tubes. I use crimping pliers, have three different sizes. I tried using the multiple crimping pliers, I did not like them. They do not crimp the beading wire tight enough. I use my crimping pliers when I make a loop and wrap. I have used chain nose and bend nose pliers. Larry


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