111 30 310; 10 x 9; 00030/27401 crystal-grey
the necklace: 17x; the earrings: 2x (PB)
70 mm, 60 mm and 50 mm eye pins; a 20 mm eye pin; 8 mm rings (20x); 5 mm rings (20x); a chain (about 14 links in every 5 cm); a carabiner; the counterpart to the carabiner
Needle-nosed pliers; flat-nosed pliers; snipping pliers
Put a T4 on an eye pin. You will need about 8 to 10 mm of wire to twist it around the end of the point, depending on the length of the pin. You can snip off any excess wire as needed. Grasp the edge of the protruding wire between the points of the needle-nosed pliers. Twist it around the points. This will create an eye. Gently bend the eye back around the edge of the T4 so that it is centrally positioned above the hole of the T4.
Do the same with all T4.
Do the same with all T5.
Do the same with all T6.
Put all the PB on an eye pin. The eyes should be twisted at 90° in relation to one another (one eye flat, i.e. in line with the PB, and the other vertical
Connect the T and the PB using an 8mm ring. String 2x T of the same length and the vertical eye of the PB. Connect 6x T4, 6x T5 and 6x T6.
Connect the created pendants to the chain using the 5mm rings. Snip off any unnecessary length of the chain (the example uses 54 cm). Find the central link. Hang a T6 pendant from it. Hang another pendant from every fifth link. Hang the T5, T4, T6, T5, T4, T6, T5 and T4 in a mirrored sequence on both sides.
Attach the carabiner and counterpart to the end links.
The earrings consist of a T4 pendant. Connect the pendant to an earring hook.