Lay out beads on a stringing board to check your length and pattern.
Cut 8-9 of stringing cable (2-3" more than the finished length of the bead section).
Add a crimp tube, add clasp, and go back through crimp tube, making a small loop. Crimp securely, leaving a short tail. For more crimping instructions, see crimp plier packaging, or Jewelry Basics 101 (PDF).
Designer Tips, Continued
Your first 1 to 3 beads should have holes large enough to go over both the main wire and the "tail". This helps keep the stray end from scratching the person who will be wearing the bracelet.
Add a jump ring to the lotus charm and securely close. (Twisting the jump ring to open and close it, works best - See illustration in Jewelry Basics 101). If you have trouble seeing if your jump rings are securely closed, try using a jeweler's loupe or a keep a magnifying lamp at your workstation. Using an oval jump ring helps keep the charm neatly on the bracelet, because it fits more like a bail.
String all beads and pull tight -- but not too tight! Add final crimp and other half of clasp, and before crimping final loop, make sure you can shape the bracelet into a smooth circle.
1 strand (use 4 beads) #28-010-10-025 Fused Glass 10mm Rounds in Matte Smoke AB
1 strand (use 9 beads) #28-010-10-325 Fused Glass 10mm Rounds in Translucent Yellow AB