So, here now I present you with a massive benefit of endless loop necklace is that it’s easy to make since the complicated process of adding clasps is not there. These are fashion trendy and wardrobe basic, so fancy yourself to one of these.
Before we begin, make sure you have the following supplies ready to work with:
- Wholesale beads*
- Tapestry needle
- Fabric glue
*Make sure you get the wholesale beads that have large holes. You can choose any color patterns or combinations. The number of beads matter here; make sure you get wholesale beads because they will be sufficient for an at least 26” necklace.
Step 1: Set your beads in order. Add glue to stiffen the ending point of your string, but don’t cut it from the roll yet. String your wholesale beads having the largest holes.
Step 2: Once you’re done stringing all of beads, tie an overhead knot of 20 cm from the ending point of your string and slide a bead up it. You may need to tie a double knot of your string, but that depends on how it matches the size of bead hole. Next, tie a knot after your initial bead.
Step 3: Use your tapestry needle to slide the knot up tightly to the bead & fix it into place whilst descending the tapestry out. Tie a regular knot after you slide another bead. Make a loop behind the bead you just strung for an easy knot. Then, make the end through that loop & all of the beads knotted, plus the bead you will now knot.
Step 4: That would keep the knot in best place to keep it intact. Until you reach the end, this knotted region will further increase in length. Keep knotting until you have little number of untied beads. Now, slide the tip of the string into the last bead to make a loop.
Step 5: Followed by, pull the two end points of your string up to finish the necklace into a loop. Tie a regular knot between the last bead and the one by its side. Pass the string’s end through the following bead. Tie a knot between as you did above. Until you have a knot between every bead, keep tying knots.
Step 6: Your wholesale beads necklace is not secure. Trim the string from the ball and leave enough string ends to tie a few knots. Now between the initial and final bead you strung, tie the string ends. If you can successfully get it through, pass that string into the first bead and tie on the opposite side of it too. Add glue on each knot in the overlap segment. Take a moment for it to try and then cut off the string ends.
You are all done! Making an endless necklace using wholesale beads was that simple.