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Espresso Memory Wire Necklace and Earrings

By: By Katie Hacker for Beadalon

Memory wire makes it easy to create gorgeous chokers to match every outfit. Follow the simple beading pattern from Katie Hacker for instant gratification.


Espresso Memory Wire Necklace and Earrings



  • Remembrance™ Memory Wire
  • Necklace-size 19 - 8mm glass bicone beads
  • Brown 38 - Silver filigree beads 4mm 100 brown E beads
  • Beadstorm™ Round Nose Pliers
  • Beadalon® Memory Wire Shear
  • Beadalon® Memory Wire End Caps
  • BeadFix™


  • 2 - 8mm brown glass bicone beads
  • 4 - 4mm silver filigree beads
  • 2 - brown E beads
  • 2 - silver ear wires
  • Beadstorm™ Round Nose Pliers



  1. Use memory wire shears to cut two continuous loops of Remembrance™ memory wire. Glue a memory wire end cap onto one end or use round nose pliers to make a loop.
  2. String five E beads, a 4mm filigree bead, an 8mm bicone bead and a filigree bead onto the wire. Repeat this pattern nineteen times, then string five more E beads onto the wire.
  3. To finish the necklace, glue an end cap onto the end or use round nose pliers to make a loop.


  1. String an E bead, a filigree bead, an 8mm bicone bead and a filigree bead onto a head pin. Use round nose pliers to make a loop above the top bead. Wrap the extra wire around the base of the loop. Attach the loop to the lower loop on an ear wire.
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