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Etruscan Bead Drop Necklace - KIT CONTENTS
BS2-08
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
-- Bead Stringing Sequence
-- Lesson: Bead Stringing with Thicker Cord; Wire work elements
-- Necklace

The ETRUSCAN BEAD DROP NECKLACE KIT
Instructions to make a 18" necklace
Supplies to make up to an 20" necklace

With This Kit, You Will Receive...

- Step by Step instructions on CD
with text, diagrams and images
- rubber thong, 2mm
- brass large-hole beads, saucer, ridged round, and tube with ball
- Czech glass, polished rectangles, 8x12mm, four colors
- Swarovski, series 5000, 2mm beads
- gold plated round beads, hook/eye clasp, eye pins, clamps, jump rings, and soldered rings
- nontarnish brass wire, 18 gauge
- pewter drops
- Plastic case with lid for carrying these supplies

(KIT UPGRADE OPTIONS:
Gold Filled, rather than gold -plated, beads, hook/eye clasp, wire, eye pins, jump rings and soldered rings. Brass crimp end, rather than gold plated clamp. )

 



What You Will Need To Have On Hand...

- Bead board
- Side cutters or flush cutters
- Chain nose pliers
- Round nose ploiers
- Scissors
- E6000 or Beacon 527 glue
- Paper, pencil
- Ruler
- Work surface
- Sufficient lighting, magnification, chair cushioning, if needed

 


PLEASE NOTE: Sometimes, because of erratic supplies of beads and othermaterials,
we will need to substitute something of similar color and quality.

 

BEAD STRINGING
Etruscan Bead Drop Necklace
Instructor: Warren Feld

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