Zig-Zag Collier

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1390 bicones were used to make this simple and elegant necklace. I used 2.5mm bicones, but 3mm would do as well if the tiny ones are just too tiny!

Step-by-step instructions with illustrations showing you everything you need to know to make this lovely collier. Add a simple clasp (so as not to take away from the elegance of the necklace) and this piece can be worn anytime you want to feel great.

I used crystal bicones, but my students have made this piece in emerald, hematite, rose gold, light sapphire, and many other colors and I haven't seen one yet that I didn't think looked wonderful. Whatever color you might choose, it is sure to look fantastic with all those bicones!

The crystal version would be ideal for a bride, if I might say so myself. :-)



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