DIY Regency-Inspired Choker with Deb Floros

Today we're learning how to create a choker necklace inspired by Lady Kate from the JJB Society Papers Collection. This Bridgerton-inspired bead collection features bead strand duos, and hues inspired by the Regency era.

For this project, we will be using the bead strand duo in Lady Kate as our main colorway. We will be bending these beads with some small-sized dainty chains, seed beads, and some memory wire. Remember to use your specific Memory wire cutting tools to prevent your standard cutters from becoming damaged due to the hard temper of the memory wire.

If you are unfamiliar with memory wire, you could create a similar effect with a heavy gauge 16 or 14 gauge wire. This necklace is a great beginner friendly project for those new to working with Memory Wire and creating jewelry using this type of wire. Follow along with the quick step-by-step tutorial to learn how to make your own Bridgerton worthy necklace sure to make you the talk of the ton.

What You'll Need:

Beads Components  Tools
Bead Strand Duo in Lady Kate Necklace Memory Wire Memory Wire Cutters
Toho 11/0 or 8/0 Seed Beads (purple recommended) Small Link Chain Memory Wire Finishing Pliers
Wildflower Fields Bead Strand 26-gauge round wire in gold Bead Stoppers (recommended)
E6000 Glue
Round Nose Pliers

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Thank you so much for joining us for another fabulous jewelry-making video tutorial. Stay tuned for more beading education. We release new tutorials every week!

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Your Friends At Jesse James Beads


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