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Topic: Twist pearl necklace, how should I tie off the ends?  (Read 688 times)
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nuki
« on: October 18, 2011 12:41:38 AM »

Hi guys!

I am making a multi strand pearl necklace.  I need this piece to be twisted and STAY twisted.  My thoughts were to use Nymo and crimp the ends together using crimp tubes, but I fear that the Nymo will just be severed through, but there are enough strands where using beadalon would just be too thick and awkward.  I plan on having the ends ending in a cone and there isn't much room for the larger crimp covers. There should be 4-5 strands once completed.  How should I do this neatly and permanently?

Any ideas are greatly appreciated!  Thanks!  Grin

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