To loop, or not to loop, Does it need to be questioned?
I was looking for a tutorial on a loopy choker and to my disappointment, I never found one. Instead, I decided to try my hand at making one myself! Of course this means that I'm a beginner at bead work and jewellery making, so those with more experience may find mistakes in technique or lacking in direction.
Sorry for the poor picture quality- my lack of camera means I had to improvise with my computer's webcam.
Have fun! I'd love to see versions if you guys make them!
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Cut another piece of string that's at least twice the length of your first one. Then, thread the new string into the first bead of your choker. It's time to bead your first loop! Remember: the bigger you want to make the loops, the more string you need. It's better to have too much than not enough!
When your loop is beaded to your liking, thread your string into one of the big beads on your choker. In this one, I skipped three big beads and threaded my loop on the fifth big bead on the line. Repeat the process until you reach the end of your choker. Also, make sure the string is somewhat tight when beading.