Ca 30 mm eye pins; a thin chain (10 links – 1.9 cm); earring hooks
A 0.20 mm nylon line; a thin needle; scissors; needle-nosed pliers; snipping pliers
Prepare the materials for one earring. Mix the EP together in a pile. You can string any shade you want.
Use the square stitch during sewing. String 1x EP and 1x R. Thread the line through the EP one more time. String 1x R and 1x EP. Thread the line through the R one more time. Continue stringing and connecting (an EP with an R or an R with an EP). Use a total of 8x EP and 8x R. Tie off the end of the line.
Thread the line through the top EP nearest to the knot. Thread it through the top R and EP. End the threading in the same EP as you started. Tighten.
String the next layer. Once again, use the square stitch. String 1x R to the EP. Thread the line through the EP one more time. Thread the line through the R between the EP. String 1x EP. Thread the line through the R again. Alternately add an EP and an R until you have added 4x EP and 4x R.
Thread the line through the last added EP. Connect the EP and R from the last layer. Finish back in the last added EP. Tighten. Sew the line in. Create a loop in the line between the EP and R. Thread the line through it twice and tighten it. Thread the line through the R and the EP. It should be possible to pull the knot into the R. Thread the line through the R and the EP. Tie another knot, this time threaded through only once. Thread the line through several more R and EP. Cut it off.
Prepare 1.5 cm of chain. String 1xs PB, 4x R, the tube of the "Windmill" and 1x PB onto an eye pin. Shorten the protruding wire to 1 cm. Grasp it between the points of the needle-nosed pliers. Twist it around the points. String a chain link before fully closing the eye. Attach an earring hook to the other end of the chain.
Create the second earring.
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