Level: beginner
Estimated time: 3-4 hours

The Fitzgerald Necklace

Project and Sample by Kate Richbourg

While getting ready to go live for The Gatsby Necklace, Kate was struck with inspiration. Yes, the white pearls are classic, but how would a dark colorway look? Pretty darn good, we think.

When planning The Great Gatsby, his 1925 masterpiece, F. Scott Fitzgerald said he wanted “something new—something extraordinary and beautiful and simple and intricately patterned.” We couldn’t think of a better way to describe this beautiful cascade of onyx, jet fire polish, and picasso melons.

Strung easily on Soft Flex with a gleaming Czech glass Daisy (Buchanan) button for the clasp, the ladies have a few tricks up their sleeves that you'll be delighted to learn and apply to other stringing projects.

Check out our recipe page to create a design in colors you choose, too!

Be sure to watch Kate and Emily string away on Facebook LIVE December 20, 2017, or watch the rebroadcast above.
Flower Star-Golden
$5.95 USD
Softflex .014/ Satin Silver 10ft
$7.45 USD
$4.95 USD
$5.95 USD
$6.95 USD
6mm Melons- Black Picasso
$3.00 USD
6-401F Matte Black 6/0
$5.95 USD
6-401 Opaque Black
$3.95 USD
8-401- Opaque Black 8/0
$3.95 USD
11-401F- Matte Black
$2.95 USD
Beadsmith Crimp Tubes- Assorted Colors
$6.95 USD
3mm Crimp Covers- Gold
$3.95 USD
Maxi- Shear Flush Wire Cutter
$19.25 USD
Xuron 4 in 1 Crimper
$19.95 USD


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