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Monday Make :: Hematite Choker & Wrap Bracelet

Monday Make :: Hematite Choker & Wrap Bracelet

Molly Schaller
molly 7 months ago

Welcome to this week’s Monday Make: the convertible hematite choker!

Click for printable instructions and a materials list to make the Hematite Choker your own!

To make your own, you need Bead Gallery’s hematite rondelles and rhinestone rounds with some basic findings and stringing materials.

Last week I took my teenage kids to an outdoor concert, and found myself enjoying all of the great concert jewelry as well as the music. I saw a ton of chokers on all ages as I checked out the crowd. Chokers are still on trend and super sexy. The hematite choker is perfect for concerts with its cool, dark hematite beads, but it also boasts a considerable amount of sparkle. I love the look of rhinestone rounds for a sprinkle of flash that has a metallic bite for an edgy cool.

Double it up to wear it as a wrap bracelet!

Another reason to love the length of the Hematite Choker is that it doubles over for a wrap bracelet that fits a 7-inch wrist perfectly! Play around with the length of your necklace to fit your neck, adding more beads or fewer as needed. If your choker isn’t just the right length for a doubled bracelet, just add a small extender chain to your necklace to ensure the perfect fit.

Let’s get this Monday Make started!

 

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Molly Schaller

About Molly Schaller

Molly Schaller loves beading, knitting, gardening, bookbinding, and being with her family of creative kids and her handy husband. She's always on the lookout for new ways to express her creativity and help others learn ways to tap into their creativity as well!

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