Created by: Rita Hutchinson
- Start with plenty of 26-gauge wire, and anchor wire to one side of arc connector. Add 4mm beads and extra lashes between each bead. Finish off the end with additional anchor lashing. Tighten anchor lashes with pliers.
- With 22-gauge wire, create a wrapped loop beaded connector to attach crescent link to chain. Be careful when tucking in the wire tails, as the 2mm beads are easy to accidentally crush with pliers.
- Divide chain in half and attach clasp with medium jump ring. Attach a larger jump ring on other half of chain, to hook the clasp into.
New to jewelry making or wire lashing?
- For instructions on making wrapped loops, and best way to open and close jump rings, see Jewelry Basics 101 (PDF).
- See step-by-step instructions (with photos!) in our lashed earrings blog article.
- 1 each #88-400-001-5 50x20mm Pewter Connector, Arc Cutout Link - Antiqued Silver Plated
- 1 strand (use 13 beads) #23-444-1951 Czech Glass Bead, Firepolish Round, 4mm - Glittery Matte Bronze
- 1 strand (use 2 beads) #23-446-1951 Czech Glass Bead, Firepolish Round, 6mm - Glittery Matte Bronze
- 1 card use 4 beads #23-441-1715 Czech Glass Bead, Firepolish, Round, 2mm - Crystal Violet Rainbow
- 1 hundred use 4 beads #26-155-32-3 Silver Plated Metal Beads, Rondelle, 3.2mm
- 2 feet #40-090-41-3 Silver Plated Flat Textured Long & Short Chain by the FOOT, 3.4mm
- 1 dozen use 1 clasp #39-243-3 Silver Plated Lobster Clasp, 7x12mm
- 1 ounce use 2 each #37-100-3 Silver Plated Jump Ring, Round, Assorted Sizes
- 1 spool use 6-8"" #46-452-21 Artistic Wire Silver Plated Copper Jewelry Wire, 22ga, 30ft
- 1 spool use 2-1/2 feet #46-456-21 Artistic Wire Silver Plated Copper Jewelry Wire, 26ga, 90ft
- Side Flush Cutter
- Bent Chain-Nose Jewelry Pliers
- Chain-Nose Jewelry Pliers
- Round-Nose Jewelry Pliers
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