Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Double Clover Necklace DIY TUTORIAL


Double Clover Necklace
Erin Siegel

Double the clovers, get twice the luck! Create your own wire-wrapped clover pendant. Then, add an accent with a ready-made four leaf clover charm.


Chain nose pliers
Round nose pliers

1: Use the wire to form a wrapped loop about 8” from one end of the wire. Make a fat wrap as shown.

 2: Use the long end of wire to string 1 teardrop bead. Use the short wire to wrap around the long wire after the bead as shown.

 3: Use the short wire to string 1 teardrop. Bend the wire over the bead and wrap the wire around itself a few times after the bead as shown.

  4: Repeat step 3 as shown. Trim the short wire and tuck the end in.

 5: Use the long wire to wrap around the base of all three beads as shown. Continue wrapping until the wire is used. Trim and tuck the end in.

  6: Use 1 jump ring to attach the pendant to the center of the chain as shown. Use another jump ring to attach the four leaf clover charm to the chain a few links over as shown.
 7: Use 1 jump ring to attach the spring clasp to one end of the chain. Use another jump ring to attach the extender chain to the free end of chain.

Wear and enjoy your lucky clover necklace!


  1. They are stunning!! Thanks a lot for the tutorial!

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      Thanks so much for stopping by! I love your craft blog!

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