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This apparently very chaotic neckpiece combines a variety of different elements: gemstones, silver charms, spiral bezels and silver beads. The construction may look hectic, however, it has a very deceiving organized and versatile underlying structure.


Format: Downloadable PDF Document

Level: Advanced

Tools and Materials:

Two small frog silver charms (or other animal charms),
Two small turtle silver charms (or other animal charms)
Three leaf silver charms (or other plant themed charms)
10” of 20ga soft round wire
Seven coin or flat oval gemstone beads ranging from 3/4" to 1/2". Note: beads need not be exactly identical
Approximately 100 assorted 1 to 3mm silver beads
10” of 18 or 20 ga round wire (soft or half hard)
Approximately 14 feet of 28ga soft round wire
3 feet of thin chain
1 foot of 24ga
Chain-nose pliers,
round-nose pliers
flat-nose pliers
Flush wire cutter
Brass Gauge
Ring Mandrel
Metallic hammer
Metallic surface or anvil
OPTIONAL: Small dremel drill with #60 or #65 drill bit (1 to 2mm thick), Center punch, Hammer, Wooden block, Hardwood ring clamp

Pages: 23

Steps: 69


This is what people said about the tutorial:

"Fan-friggin-tastic Necklace: Wow, I’ve just finished my first attempt at the necklace and I may never take this necklace off. Ever. My husband said that it is his favourite piece that I’ve created so far. And my 5 yr old scrutinized it carefully, and said that it met with her approval. :) A great tutorial, clear instructions, good photos, clear text. It gave a good understanding of necklace components, encourages planning, and has added techniques to my ‘toolbox’. I was able to make substitutions to suit what I had on hand – the number and size of stones as well as the charms (had none in copper) and beads. I enjoyed working on this piece, and will enjoy receiving compliments too :) Thank you Eni!"
Posted via JewelryLessons.com


"Thank you Eni for this great and excellent tutorial, was amazing and I had fun, the tutorial was easy to follow and with all details, step by step, the pictures are wonderful!!!!!!! Thanks Eni, you are great!!!!!!!"
Posted via Jewelrylessons.com


"Aloha Eni, Just wanted to thank you for creating this wonderful tutorial. Very easy to follow your instructions, the photos are clear and brings clarity to your written instructions. I bought a bit of instructions/tutorials from you and this is the first one I worked on. I’m quite proud of my finished piece. Thank you from my heart. You are very talented. "
Posted via JewelryLessons.com

To read more about what people said, visit http://tutorials.enioken.com/chaos/

© Copyright 2006 Eni Oken
This apparently very chaotic neckpiece combines a variety of different elements: gemstones, silver charms, spiral bezels and silver beads. The construction may look hectic, however, it has a very deceiving organized and versatile underlying structure.


Format: Downloadable PDF Document

Level: Advanced

Tools and Materials:

Two small frog silver charms (or other animal charms),
Two small turtle silver charms (or other animal charms)
Three leaf silver charms (or other plant themed charms)
10” of 20ga soft round wire
Seven coin or flat oval gemstone beads ranging from 3/4" to 1/2". Note: beads need not be exactly identical
Approximately 100 assorted 1 to 3mm silver beads
10” of 18 or 20 ga round wire (soft or half hard)
Approximately 14 feet of 28ga soft round wire
3 feet of thin chain
1 foot of 24ga
Chain-nose pliers,
round-nose pliers
flat-nose pliers
Flush wire cutter
Brass Gauge
Ring Mandrel
Metallic hammer
Metallic surface or anvil
OPTIONAL: Small dremel drill with #60 or #65 drill bit (1 to 2mm thick), Center punch, Hammer, Wooden block, Hardwood ring clamp

Pages: 23

Steps: 69


This is what people said about the tutorial:

"Fan-friggin-tastic Necklace: Wow, I’ve just finished my first attempt at the necklace and I may never take this necklace off. Ever. My husband said that it is his favourite piece that I’ve created so far. And my 5 yr old scrutinized it carefully, and said that it met with her approval. :) A great tutorial, clear instructions, good photos, clear text. It gave a good understanding of necklace components, encourages planning, and has added techniques to my ‘toolbox’. I was able to make substitutions to suit what I had on hand – the number and size of stones as well as the charms (had none in copper) and beads. I enjoyed working on this piece, and will enjoy receiving compliments too :) Thank you Eni!"
Posted via JewelryLessons.com


"Thank you Eni for this great and excellent tutorial, was amazing and I had fun, the tutorial was easy to follow and with all details, step by step, the pictures are wonderful!!!!!!! Thanks Eni, you are great!!!!!!!"
Posted via Jewelrylessons.com


"Aloha Eni, Just wanted to thank you for creating this wonderful tutorial. Very easy to follow your instructions, the photos are clear and brings clarity to your written instructions. I bought a bit of instructions/tutorials from you and this is the first one I worked on. I’m quite proud of my finished piece. Thank you from my heart. You are very talented. "
Posted via JewelryLessons.com

To read more about what people said, visit http://tutorials.enioken.com/chaos/

© Copyright 2006 Eni Oken


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