Witchy Necklace Tutorial
Created by: Jaci Boston
- Keep the saw blade well lubricated to create ease while sawing.
- To avoid breaking your blades, keep the saw upright, without tilting, while you're sawing.
- For perfect hole placement on the triangle, take extra time and care by using a ruler to measure and mark up where you want to punch your holes.
- If you use a Sharpie to mark up your metal, you can easily wipe it off with a polishing pad.
- Don't worry if the edges of your triangles are jagged, you can file them to perfection.
- If you like this necklace, check out the matching "Witchy Earrings".
Free Technique Sheets & How-Tos Suggested Supplies
- 1 spool [use two 6" pieces] #40-099-08-6 Chain, Footage, Curb, 2.8mm
- 1 ea #69-189 Cut Lube, 2oz
- 1 oz [use 3] #37-136-6 Jump Ring, Round, 5mm
- 1 oz [use 4] #37-145-6 Jump Ring, Round, 6mm
- 1 doz [use 1] #39-349-6 Clasp, Lobster, 15mm
- 1 pkg of 6 [use 1] #64-991-20-100 Sheet, 20 Gauge, 6x1"
- #69-169-52 Knew Saw Frame, Cam-Lever, 5"
- #69-257-1200 Polishing Paper, Wetordry™, 1200 Grit
- #69-339-20 Saw Blade, #2/0
- #69-261 Tool, Bench Block & Clamp
- #69-271-99 Tool, Glitter, Four-Piece Set
- #69-252-01-2 Tool, Flat File, 6", #2 Cut
- #69-122 Tool, Mallet, Rawhide
- #69-235 Tool, Metal Punch, Two Hole
- #69-125 Tool, Steel 4" Square Block