Ladylike Lariat Necklace Tutorial
Created by: Rita Hutchinson
Designer Tips Freshwater pearls often have small holes. If the hole is too small, use a thinner headpin, or ream the opening with a ). battery operated bead reamer (#69-058 The deer hide cord is very supple. Cut the end at an angle and "screw" into the center crimp. For best results, bring lace all the way through the crimp portion, trim end flat, and pull back into place before crimping. You can also add a drop of glue for extra security. Continued Below...
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Free Technique Sheets & How-Tos To view PDF files, you will need . You can Adobe Acrobat Reader . download it free here Suggested Supplies 1 strand [use 4] #24-731-102 Bead, Flying Saucer, 4mm 1 strand [use 2] #20-642-01-036 Bead, Freshwater Pearl, Coin, 12mm 1 strand [use 2] #28-000-010-952 Bead, Glass, Faceted Rondelle, 4mm 2 each #41-551-99-25 Center-Crimp Tube with Loop, 2.5mm I.D. 1 each [use about 43.5"] #61-833-12-02 Deer Hide Lace Cord, 3mm - Black 1 pkg of 10 [use 2] #37-515 Head Pin, 1-1/2", 0.025" Diameter 1 each #44-050-80-29 Link, Round, Hammered, 20mm Tools #69-056 Tool, Side Flush Cutter #69-275-03 Tool, Wubbers™, Chain-Nose Pliers #69-275-02 Tool, Wubbers™, Round-Nose Pliers Additional Supplies Ruler or tape measure Scissors