Catherine demonstrates how to create an eclectic, sunset-inspired necklace in this video. To create the necklace you must gather 40 yellow bugle beads, 18 orange chip beads, 3 mm red round beads, a barrel clasp, 2 crimp beads, 2 bead covers, about 20 inches of beading wire, clippers and pliers. The design is to start by threading a clap and a crimp bead onto the wire, leaving a 2 inch tail. Then thread on 15 yellow beads, remembering to cover the tail you left with the beads, 3 orange beads, 5 yellow beads, 3 orange beads, 1 red bead, 3 orange beads, 5 yellow beads, 1 red bead, 3 orange beads, 15 yellow beads, a crimp head and a clasp. Thread the wire back through the crimp head and the last few beads. Secure the crimp bead with the pliers. The sunset-inspired necklace should be about 16 inches complete.
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