Creole earrings with a wire diameter of about 2.5 cm; 4 mm rings; earring hooks
A 0.20 mm nylon line; a thin needle; scissors; flat-nosed pliers (for handling the rings); thin-nosed pliers (for holding the wire); snipping pliers (for crimping the earring clasp)
Cut off about 2 m of the nylon line. Secure an R6 about 20 cm from the beginning. String 14x R10. Thread the line through the penultimate R10 one more time.
String 7x R10. Thread the line through the 5th R10 from the R6. String 4x R10 and 1x R6. Thread the line through the previous R10 one more time. String 7x R10. Thread the line through the 6th R10 from the top R10. String 5x R10. Thread the line through the penultimate once again.
Repeat Step 2 multiple times (the tops with the R10 – red 10x, dark purple 4x, yellow 5x, pink 6x;
the tops with the R6 – red 11x, dark purple 9x and pink 6x).
Release the R6 stop bead at the beginning. Sew in both ends.
String all the R6 onto the earring wire. When stringing the last R6 and the tube of the clasp, hold the wire with the narrow-nosed pliers. Crimp the clasp and the wire with the snipping pliers.
Connect the creole with an earring hook using a ring.
Create the second creole earring. String the R6 onto the wire in the opposite order.
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