Materials: three focal beads with holes for two strands, small silver beads, chain, beading wire, crimp beads, toggle clasp, jump rings, bent nose pliers, and wire cutters
Cut two even pieces of chain. Attach two pieces of beading wire to one piece of chain with crimp beads.
Begin stringing you beads. I worked with both strands to see how it would turn out, rather than string one side, then the other.
Continue stringing the beads. To get the necklace to sit flat and be rounded, you must alter the amounts of beads. The bottom strand will have more beads, and the top strand will have fewer.
Finish off the same way you started, with crimp beads attaching the other piece of chain.Here is a view of the back, so you can see the amount of beads between each focal more clearly.
Hope you all enjoy this necklace!