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Whipped up quickly to go with my new shoes.
I got a new pair of flip-flops with a pattern of cherries, and I already had cherry pattern hoop earrings. They needed a necklace and I figured I could put one together with stuff I already had.

I'm not really a beader (and I know it shows) but I think it came out cute, just the same. =) I used two pairs of round nose pliers to shape the wire and found it easier for me.

I made the necklace with polyester satin cord and recycled ribbon clamps. I twisted it using the tension method and a power drill. (It makes tension twisting so much faster and easier, and it also allows you to twist a two-ply cord, whereas a hand-twisted cord must be at least four-ply.)

If you're not familiar with tension twisting, here's a tutorial:
http://www.thepurseworkshop.com/twisted-cord.html

To use a power drill, instead of twisting one end by hand, you clamp one end of the cord into the bit clamp and spin it at low speed.

Posted by Vermin Jerky from San Diego, California, United States • Published See Vermin Jerky's 22 projects »
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