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Back on the chain gang...

About this design:

I had so much with the first one, I made a second. This time with amazonite and blue fluorite.


Amazonite, Fluorite, brass wire

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  1. Lynn Eileen Chicky LE
    Lynn Eileen Chicky LE says:

    Oooh, I love these colors, Pam! Once again, your wirework is superb! :D

  2. Harmony on Strings
    Harmony on Strings says:

    very pretty!

  3. Linda Talbott
    Linda Talbott says:

    So beautiful … I love the wire wraps between the stones, and the stones are such a pretty color.

  4. karen blasdel
    karen blasdel says:

    Pam, I love the colors in this one, so pretty, and your wire work is awesome!!

  5. sunny chick
    sunny chick says:

    Oh, this is so lovely! :D

  6. Orchid Betty
    Orchid Betty says:

    Another beautiful necklace, love the blue colors of the Amazonite and Fluorite stones!

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    Deb D Grammy Chick says:

    Wow, Pam, I love both of these “chain gang” pieces! This one is my favorite because of the colors you used, but they are both fantastic! :D

  8. Mahala RockChick
    Mahala RockChick says:

    Very nice!

  9. Boston Lady
    Boston Lady says:

    Love your wire working. Have been wanting to try it myself lately. You make it look so easy and uniformed. Great choice of stones too. Thanks for sharing it. It was just the nudge I needed to try it at least. Smile.

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    Chicky Zee aka Alice says:

    Lovely necklace !

  11. Lynn g
    Lynn g says:

    I really like this, and great colors too!!

  12. Daisy Chick - Dawn
    Daisy Chick - Dawn says:

    I love both necklaces the blue is my favorite. Did you use a wigjig or are you that talented that you can make perfect links. If you are that perfect can you give us a class! Great JOb!

  13. Pam E aka funky tulip
    Pam E aka funky tulip says:

    thanks, ladies!

    no wigjig — the key is to cut the wire the same length and use the same part of your pliers to do the loops. For these, the wire was about 2 1/2 inches long, and I used the tip for the smaller loops and did the larger loop about 1/2 way down the pliers. I hammered to harden the loops. and it’s just fun to practice!

  14. Jade aka Caryn
    Jade aka Caryn says:

    funny, I was making beaded necklaces is front of the tv the week I was home sick. I couldn’t bare to sit at my beading table so I sat on the couch making tons and tons of them. I sure did get better at eyeballing the length of the wire after a few hours of it lol.

  15. NY Bella
    NY Bella says:

    This is so lovely!

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