Necklaces that share the same treatment can be used together or separately.  Enhances the usability of a necklace design and, in particular, this necklace listing at http://www.Etsy.com/EachBeadCounts/

The photos above show variations of ways to wear the square magnetic clasps that are used in most of these necklaces.  Heavier bead require a non-magnetic clasp.

Several necklaces can be mixed and matched so 1, 2 or 3 strands (or more) still work together.

Double or triple the length of a strand since each clasp can grab onto the negative or positive end of the next strand.

Variations for a necklace of 3 strands (colors a, b or c):

  1. a single
  2. b single
  3. c single
  4. ab pair
  5. bc pair
  6. ac pair
  7. abc together

Comments

Online catalog example — 2 Comments

  1. These are so cool, I had to go visit your Etsy shop! So many lovely thgins there! It’s nice to see someone working with sterling silver. I’ve been trying to add a bit more to my work, but not like I thought I would be doing a year or two ago! I love copper and brass too, but there’s something so special about sterling silver! Love your designs!

  2. Great tutorials for making diy jewelry, I love the ideas, How do you come up these ideas? Under the help of tips, I can make a shot surprise.

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