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Wavy Necklace

This fun, free form necklace is made with fuchsia and jet colored beads and is a perfect everyday accessory.



  • Eight Swarovski Tapered Beads, 3mm, Jet (A)
  • Nine Swarovski Faceted Cubes, 4mm, Fuchsia (B)
  • Thirty-six 2mm Beadalon Crimp Beads
  • Two Beadalon Suede Cord Ends
  • Two Beadalon Split Rings
  • One Toggle Clasp
  • 17” Beadalon Jewelry Cable, .094” diameter
  • Beadalon Crimp Tool
  • Beadalon Nipper Tool
  • Beadalon Memory Wire Shear
  • Pasco Fix Glue



  1. Cut 17” of Jewelry Cable using the Memory Wire Shear.
  2. Unravel one end of the jewelry cable by gently untwisting a strand apart.
  3. Unravel three single strands from the 17” cut cable. (The jewelry cable is made of six wavy wires around one straight wire)
  4. Leave one strand 17”, and use the Nipper tool to cut another strand to 16½” and the last strand to 16” lengths.
  5. Spacing the beads about 2½” apart, alternate the beads and hold them in place with a crimp bead. Secure the crimp bead with the Crimp tool.
  6. Once all three strands are beaded, glue all three ends together with the Pasco Fix Tool. (Tip: You can also string a crimp bead on all three strands to hold the wires in place while gluing.)
  7. When the glue has dried, attach a suede cord end. Fold over flaps to secure the three strands of wire together.
  8. Attach a jump ring and a half of the toggle clasp to the suede cord end.
  9. To complete the necklace, repeat steps #6-8 for the other three ends.

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