White Wedding Knotted Necklace Tutorial
Created by: Rita Hutchinson
Designer Tips Knotting can be done by hand or with a cord knotter. The key to good knotting is to make sure the knot is as close to the beads as possible, so the beads don'’t move. This is a 14" finished necklace. Vary the pattern with additional beads for a longer necklace. Work from the far end of the needle end cord, and you will have enough left for additional projects. Free Technique Sheets & How-Tos Continued Below...
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One or more parts (or tools) used in this project are no longer available, so we've moved the whole project into the "Misc Jewelry Tutorials with Issues" area while we decide what we want to do about it: find a good sub, re-make this project, or retire the tutorial.
Suggested Supplies 1 each #60-250 Adhesive, GS Hypo Cement 1 gross [use 2] #41-261-3 Bead Tip, Fold-Over, Secure 1 gross [use 8] #24-104-3 Bead, Filigree, 4mm Round 1 each #61-514-01 Beadcord, Size 4, Griffin Silk 1 gross [use 1] #39-282-3 Clasp, Pearl, 6x14mm 1 strand [use 54] #05-810-04-200ST Crystal Pearl Bead, Round, 4mm 1 dozen [use 7] #05-328-04-170 Crystal, Bead, Faceted Bicone, 4mm 1 oz [use 2] #37-113-3 Jump Ring, Round, 4mm Tools #65-955 Tool, Knotter, Beadalon® #69-275-09 Tool, Wubbers™, Bent Chain-Nose Pliers #69-275-03 Tool, Wubbers™, Chain-Nose Pliers