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Bronze (plated) Oval Cable Chain

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  1. S KatollakaSue
    S KatollakaSue says:

    So easy to forget these little essentials when starting projects, but your hands are tied without them. Which English King lost a key battle because his warhorse lost a shoe? Just an example!

  2. tomasina
    tomasina says:

    As they say at the Oscars, “I’d like to thank all the ‘little people,’ without whom this would have been impossible!”
    very CLEVER (AND NECESSARY)pick!

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    L Williford says:

    Bravo!! love that! thankyou! Does anyone know how to get this effect, seems simple i know but have tried several different approaches and to no good outcome. thanks


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    qltldy10 says:

    Stumbled across this pick and your question- I would much rather photographs be taken with a necklace in the vertical position to see how all of the components hang. I suspect this piece does not hang as it is photographed. If you wanted the dangles to be straight out, you might try stringing on a headpin?

  5. ObsessiveCreativeJenn
    ObsessiveCreativeJenn says:

    Love this pick! Definitely need a few of these items. ;)
    @L Williford that pic of the fringe necklace looks like either RAW (Right angle weave) or just a ladder stitch was used for the rope/base of the necklace and then the fringe would just be stringing the beads on thread then running the thread back up thru those beads before moving on to the next fringe strand. I think the length of the necklace would definitely determine how it looks when worn. Hope that helps! :)

  6. ObsessiveCreativeJenn
    ObsessiveCreativeJenn says:

    Oh and Colleen, I often use those little Tibetan turquoise & coral inlaid brass beads in my designs :) I always keep many (of those and other styles) in my stash! :) I’m glad to see others who appreciate them, too! ❤️

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