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I make all my jewelry hand accounts, on my website I give many real gems to choose from that people can customize their necklaces (also bracelets and earrings). What accounts can use the technique is the same, I personally use only the pieces of sterling silver and genuine pearls, such as black onyx, turquoise, red coral, aventurine, amazonite (very popular), rhondonite, mother of pearls, freshwater pearls, etc. ..

I personally only use Beadalon wire is very solid, comes in many colors and variety and some more solid contribution … Much more expensive than most cables but this is worthwhile if you do a necklace or bracelet that truly will last. Beadalon can be found in most jewelry stores results online, eBay, etc. ..

Also, you need crimps (available in sterling silver, gilded silver and other metals) and covers linkers (to hide the tubes and give a professional look of Nice). There is special pliers sold for use with crimps crimps and covers what makes the job easier, but I've done before with pliers and regular.

Start by measuring the correct height of wire to be cut to about 2-3 additional inches you need. The end will be cut further, but will make more easy to work with and make suggestions. Whenever they often have a ruler with you, be very useful. So if you want a 16 "necklace cut about 18-19 "length of wire.

I always start in the middle, so if you have an earring or a center to put the necklace now. Make sure that freedom bail or loop is solid. Normally I put a silver ball on each side of the pendant big enough to stop the pending move. Look at the bail or loop, make sure the accounts are added to each side are bigger. Now is the time to add all the accounts you want, using the rule sure to stop in the desired height. Do not forget that there will be a hook at the end to add some height.

By the close, many on the market. I usually use sterling silver closure of the lobster or spring closing. You also need a soldier jump ring to fit your hooks.

So once you've finished adding all grains start to end point of a side. add a crimp, then closing the loop, then turn your back on the wire crimp. Tighten the cable so that no loose cables between the crimp and close. Then press the crimp closed with pliers. Once this is done must be solid. I always throw a little in it to verify.

Ok now cut the extra wire on that side leaving about 4-5mm. Using tweezers to bend the crimp. Now take a crimp cover open wide enough to use your finger hand and placed it over the 4-5mm bending wire, covering the same and crimp. Close the cover rolling gently using your pliers. Once everything is done one side is completely finished. Do the same on the other hand using again a crimp, but of course, a Jumpring closure instead of a second! Then a crimp cover again. No Remember, you must be firm to the end. You should not view any of the wire. Again, do not make it too tight or the collar will be tough.

I hope this is easy to understand. It is very easy to do, but the first pieces that do may need some rework later when you get better at it.

Shop around before buying any outcome, some places are doing so to benefit both people. Search for "jewels" in the search engine, and take a look on eBay too, to compare before you buy!

I usually use sterling silver beads the size of 2mm, 3mm and 4mm. And to my accounts I use stone 4mm and 6mm.

Thank you thinks this is too much trouble to visit my website! My prices are very reasonable. href = "http://www.sterlingsilverart.com/"> Www.sterlingsilverart.com

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