You asked: How do you make a knotted pearl necklace with a clasp?

How do you clasp a beaded necklace?

Place a crimp bead or tube and then a clasp onto one end of the line. Tuck the loose end of the fishing line into and through the crimp bead or tube to create a loop. Decrease the size of the loop by pushing the crimp bead toward the clasp. Use crimp pliers to close the crimp bead and secure it to the beading line.

What kind of thread do you use for pearl necklaces?

Silk. A well-known classic for bead stringing, silk thread is most often used for pearls.

What can I use instead of crimp beads?

An alternative to crimp beads and crimp tubes is a newer finding called Screw-Tite Crimps™. Screw-Tite Crimps not only secure your Accu-Flex® beading wire to your clasp, they also allow you to change your clasp for a different one, should you want a different look.

What is the most secure necklace clasp?

In general, the most secure clasps are the lobster, hook and spring ring clasps, which are used for most necklaces and bracelets.

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