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by: Jennifer Tough
Sorry, can't get that name out of my head now. I went to look up the components I used - discovered the links were named Nosy Posy - it's now stuck ;-)
Another instant gratification project this week - gotta love those! This project uses 5 nosy posy links. Arrange them in a pleasing pattern, then attach them all together using small jump rings.
I made up the necklace two ways originally - the first version did not have any beads wired on to the nosy posy links. I used jump rings to attach two lengths of chain, and finished off with a a lobster claw clasp. Simple and elegant - but I felt it needed something extra.
The final version uses artistic wire in copper (22ga) to wire three red tiger eye beads per side. Before you close up the final loop on the last bead, remember to thread your chain through before wrapping! If you forget, you can always use a jump ring.
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|Qty: 1|| 74701011-06 Artistic Wire - 22 gauge Round Wire - Natural Copper (Spool)|
(I used about a foot total.)
|Price: $ 5.76|
|Qty: 1|| 74201041 Chain - Medium Curb - Antique Copper (Metre)|
(Chain length will depend on how long you prefer your necklace. The necklace I made measures about 17" in length.)
|Price: $ 3.81|
|Qty: 1||23440009 Findings - Clasps - 12 mm Lobster Claw - Antique Copper||Price: $ 0.16|
|Qty: 6||22801016-02 Findings - Jumprings - 5 mm Open Round - Antique Copper (5 gram)||Price: $ 0.72|
|Qty: 1||22801037 Findings - Jumprings - 7 mm Open Jumprings - Antiqued Copper (100)||Price: $ 5.32|
|Qty: 5||s29233 Findings - Link - Nosy Posy - Y Connection - Antiqued Copper||Price: $ 1.68|
|Qty: 6||s30292 Stone Beads - 10 x 14 mm Oval - Red Tiger Eye (strand)||Price: $ 9.60|
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