Learn how to make this purple grapes necklace - jewellery making tutorial | beadsdirect.co.uk
0

Learn how to make this cluster grape necklace - jewellery making tutorial

Information about project:

Learn how to make this cluster grape necklace - jewellery making tutorial

Difficulty: Intermediate

Rating:

Get inspired by this cluster grape necklace using bead caps and ball headpins to add a decorative finish. You can mix and match the colours as you wish, and you could even add more beads to the cluster to make your necklace stand out from the crowd.

Ready? Let’s start beading.

Materials needed:
6mm round beads
End caps
Chain
Ball headpins

Remember that our tutorials are mainly designed to teach you technique and bring inspiration, so your jewellery doesn't have to look exactly like the one in the tutorial. Don't be afraid to experiment with shapes and colours.

Please note that the colours for the products illustrated in the image above may not match the 'Products List'. 

Designed by Beads Direct- June 2015

Step 1

Your necklace is now complete. We hope you had fun with this project. We would love to see how you did it Your Way, so feel free to share your creations with us on our Facebook group. 

What better way to relax and unwind than with a tray of beads, a cup of tea and a group of like-minded people? Our Facebook Page is the ideal place to go to share with the beading community. Whether you want to chat, exchange ideas or show us your works of art.... All are welcome to join. 

Step 1

Step 2

Cut your chain to your desired length, making sure you can fit the chain over your head. Alternatively, you could attach a clasp to the end, the choice is yours. 

Thread a bead on to the headpin, followed by the bead cap. 

Step 3

Use round nose pliers to make a loop in the headpin and attach to the center of your chain. 

To form the cluster of beads on your chain, you will need to attach the headpin to both sides of your necklace, 

Step 4

Create as many beads to hang from the chain to create the cluster affect. Add a bead onto the end of your chain, if you have made the chain long enough to fit over your head, you can open one of the links in the chain to attach them together. Alternatively, add your desired clasp.