Creating Drama With Focal Beads And Pendants

Using focal beads and pendants 5 different ways!

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The focal piece of a necklace, by definition, stands above and beyond the beads that accompany it. The secondary beads serve as accessories to the focal piece, adding visual interest while accentuating the best aspects of the focal piece. Article includes design tips, plus photos and a list of required materials for 5 different necklaces in a single color palette.
Required Materials: Rounds, freshwater pearls, rondelles, teardrops, pearls, raku pendant, clasps, crimp tubes, covers, beading wire, lampworked bead, cubes, pendants, lampworked oval. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Wire cutters, crimping pliers. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Stringing
Finished Size: 16-24 1/2"
Originally Published: Beadwork, February/March 2006

SKU: EP0358

Author/Speaker/Editor: Jamie Hogsett

Format: eProject