1. Cut about 27" of wire
2. Thread your pearl (or other anchor/bottom bead) onto the wire. Fold the wire in half with the pearl at the bottom.
3. Thread 25 beads onto the doubled wire (the pearl should be at the bottom, anchoring the wire).
4. Fold the beads over, skip 13 beads, and thread the wire into the 14th bead (the yellow bead).
5. Thread 14 beads onto the wire.
6. Thread the wire upward into the 3rd bead from the bottom, not counting your anchor/pearl bead (green). You might need to thread one wire at a time.
7. Add 7 beads.
8. Thread the wire down into the 5th bead above the last join (pink).
9. Add 2 more beads.
10. Fold wire over the last bead. Then thread through the second bead.
11. Wrap wire around last join (under pink bead).
12. Thread the wire tail through the beads and trim off excess. You might need to thread the two wires in two different directions.
13. Attach 2 jump rings through the top loop of the treble clef and attach to earring hooks.
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