Crescent Chains and Beaded Bezel Connections - Alter Ego Part 3 | Odin O | Skillshare

Crescent Chains and Beaded Bezel Connections - Alter Ego Part 3

Odin O, Jewelry Artist, Writer, Blogger

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8 Videos (21m)
    • Beginning Your Jewelry Making Quest

    • Gathering Your Beads And Materials

    • Connecting the 18mm Rivoli to a 14mm Beaded Rivoli

    • Joining the 14mm Bezels in a Chain

    • Creating the Spike and Rondelle Beaded Chain

    • Stitching the Two Hole Crescent Chain

    • Attaching the Clasp to Your Necklace

    • Victory! Enjoy Your Beaded Creation


About This Class

Join Odin on another Epic beading adventure. Follow along to create this stunning necklace masterpiece, or take one part and create your own stunning jewelry pieces. This class is for Part 3, where we will bring it all together and connect the two sizes of Rivolis you created in the previous classes. Then take it to the next level by attaching two different kinds of beaded chains using spike beads and Czech Two Hole Crescents. Even if you do not create the whole necklace, this class is chock full of techniques for you to use on  your very own jewelry designs.

Play with colors and create your own personal rainbow while learning intermediate beading techniques.

Find the other parts on my Channel here:


Bring the whole necklace together and learn new variations on favorite beading techniques.


Part 1: 14mm Crescent Beaded Pendant Supplies (For ONE):

  • One 14mm Rivoli or round cabochon
  • One 7x17mm Spike Bead
  • One 8mm Bead (I used a Skull in the pink demo, and a Rondelle in the class demo)
  • 11/0 Delica Beads
  • 11/0 Seed Beads
  • 15/0 Seed Beads - Two Colors
  • Seven 3mm pearls
  • Twenty-Four 3mm Bicones
  • Eight 4mm Bicones
  • Seven 2-hole Crescent beads
  • Needle and Thread

Part 2: 18mm Focal Pendant Materials:

NOTE: The materials list below also includes the beads needed for one bezeled spike bead you learned to make from Part 1. Please have the spike bead made before starting Part 2.

  • One 18mm Rivoli
  • One 8mm or larger focal bead (I am using an 8mm rondelle in the class demo. I have used a large skull bead in the pastel example for reference.)
  • Five 5x13mm Spike Beads
  • One 7x17mm Spike bead
  • Six 2-Hole CzechMates Triangle Beads
  • 15/0 Seed Beads (the same colors as Part 1)
  • 11/0 Seed Beads
  • 11/0 Delica Beads (Same as Part 1)
  • Seven 4mm Bicones
  • Thirty-Four 3mm Bicones (but having 40 will probably be a good idea since they get lost easily.)
  • Twenty 3mm Rounds
  • Two additional 4mm or 3mm beads (to accent the focal)
  • Twelve True 2mm Czech Glass Rounds
  • size 12 or 13 Needle and Thread

Part 3: Connectors and Chain Materials:

  • Four 14mm Components (from Part 1)
  • One 18mm Component (from Part 2)
  • Clasp of choice
  • 15/0 Seed Beads (same colors)
  • 11/0 Seed Beads (same color)
  • 11/0 Delica Beads (same Color)
  • 42+ Two hole Crescent Beads
  • 10+ 5x13mm Spike Beads
  • 10+ 6-8mm Rondelles (I used Star beads in the pink demo)
  • Two 8-10mm beads (I used Skulls in pink demo, Rondelles in class demo)
  • 40 3mm Bicones
  • 10 4mm Bicones
  • 24 3mm Rounds
  • Eight 4mm rounds
  • 28 True 2mm Czech Glass Rounds

Don't forget to come and join us at the Creations From Lessons With Odin Facebook group to show off your creations and talk with other beaders!

Feeling adventurous? Why not try out some of my more advanced patterns available in PDF format:


"Achaidh Cheide" "Heavy Interlude" "Moorland"
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Odin O

Jewelry Artist, Writer, Blogger


I am a self-proclaimed Renaissance Man that has dabbled in practically anything and everything. My passions are currently focused in Creative Writing, as well as handmade Jewelry making.

I have been creating jewelry for over thirteen years, and teaching others for six years at local bead shops, as well as creating digital PDF and video tutorials.

My formal education focused on Game Development, and a lot of my inspiration comes from the fantastical worlds ...

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