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Make a selection and have something to match all of your outfits!
Wear this jewellery set to add a touch of femininity to a stylish white shirt or to add that extra something to your favourite little black dress.

Gently pleated black ribbon with hand stitched white glass pearls and silver plated findings are simply combined to create this feminine set. By using different coloured ribbon, beads, different size pleats or alternative findings you really can make this set your own with endless variations. Make a selection and have something to match all of your outfits!

Posted by Beads Unlimited from Brighton, England, United Kingdom • Published See Beads Unlimited's 96 projects »
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  • How to make a choker necklace. Pretty Pearls And Ribbons - Step 1
    Step 1

    Cut one 36cm length of ribbon and another 110cm. Place the longer length on top and stitch together close to one edge. Fold the longer ribbon into a pleat 1cm long and stitch in place along the edge. Repeat for the length of the ribbon.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Pretty Pearls And Ribbons - Step 2
    Step 2

    Start 1.5cm from the end of the ribbon, stitch the 4mm pearls onto the ribbon to cover the previous set of stitches. Sew them on in a random manner by adding a 6mm pearl after every few 4mm pearls to create a line across the necklace.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Pretty Pearls And Ribbons - Step 3
    Step 3

    Place the end into a crimp, with a pair of flat nosed pliers squeeze the crimp firmly. Trim off any excess ribbon. Open a 7mm jump ring, attach to the top loop of the crimp and close the jump ring. Repeat for the other end and add a trigger clasp.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Pretty Pearls And Ribbons - Step 4
    Step 4

    To make the bracelet, cut two lengths of 16cm of ribbon and two lengths of 48cm. Follow step 1 to make the pleats. Repeat for both lengths.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Pretty Pearls And Ribbons - Step 5
    Step 5

    Place the two pleated lengths pleat side out onto the 16cm length of ribbon. Start 1.5cm from the end of the ribbon, stitch on the 4mm pearls to hold both pleated lengths to the flat ribbon. Sew them in a random manner by adding a 6mm pearl after every few 4mm pearls.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Pretty Pearls And Ribbons - Step 6
    Step 6

    Place the end into a crimp, with a pair of flat nosed pliers squeeze the crimp firmly. Trim off any excess ribbon. Open a 7mm jump ring, attach to the top loop of the crimp and close the jump ring. Repeat for the other end and add a trigger clasp.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Pretty Pearls And Ribbons - Step 7
    Step 7

    This is what the finished set shoud look like.

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