Are you into artificial jewellery making? Do you like how creative juices flow and a handful of beads and threads transform into an exquisite piece of beauty? If yes, then you must be interested in learning the art of jewellery making. Ciero Jewels is a trusted place to buy necklace sets online. We source premium grade women’s designer jewellery made by skilled artisans from across the country. Owing to their unique skill sets we are able to become the #1 online store for imitation jewellery.
Our talented handmade jewellery artists shared some of their key skills which are discussed in this post. If you ever happen to be making your own jewellery, you must have known the struggle of dealing with nylon threads. The thread is quite strong and durable and widely used in necklaces and bracelets, however, it’s not an easy job to finish it securely and add the clasps. Keep on reading to know how to finish a nylon thread necklace with a clasp and a back chain.
Things to keep in mind while making a nylon thread necklace
If you ever watched a craftsman skillfully making a thread necklace you must have gotten intimidated by their speed and accuracy. Well, it all takes practice to reach the desired level of perfection, however, according to our skilled artisans, there are certain important things that play a key role in thread jewellery making, such as:
Colour of the thread: When used with different colours of beads, you must keep in mind that the colour of the thread is not contrasting. The most common choices are black, white and golden yellow. Pick the closest shade to the beads, clasp and the finish of the chain.
Thread thickness: To finish the thread necklace quickly, you need to be mindful of the thread thickness. Some beads require a single strand of the nylon thread, whereas in some cases, it is ideal to use multiple strands. It all depends on the weight and the size of the beads, so be wise and thank us later.
Zari threads: Now let’s come back to the original question that how to finish threaded customized jewellery with a clasp and a back chain. The key tip shared by our Kaarigars is that they use zari threads. It is the traditional method of quickly beading the necklace and securing the clasp and our artisans have been following this technique for generations.
It boils down to the choice of thread and of course a temporary necklace made from zari thread. You will have to create a make-shift arrangement from zari thread, which is easier to handle as compared to nylon threads. The zari threads work like a needle and make things a lot faster. Impressed already? If you want to pay gratitude to their skill, hard work and patience, you can order from our exclusive collection of handmade 925 Sterling Silver Jewellery and gold plated jewellery. We stock a vast range of astonishing quality pieces including original Kundan jewellery, rich meenakari jewellery, diamond jewellery and more. All are proudly made in India and available at a price lower than the market. So hurry up, get inspired and show some love on our elegantly designed jewellery pieces.
1. How to put beads in a nylon thread necklace?
Nylon threads are so thin that they can easily pass 15/0 size beads, however to make things, even more, easier, you can use Zari threads. Skilled craftsmen at Ciero Jewels use the same trick to quickly and efficiently make a nylon thread necklace.
2. Which is the best thread for necklace making?
For jewellery making, the most ideal choice is nylon floss. It is affordable, strong and durable and that’s why considered the best choice for necklace making.
3. What is the ideal size of nylon thread for necklace making?
The size of the thread depends on the weight of the beads, ideally there are two options, i.e. 0.11 mm and 0.16mm thread.
4. Is nylon strong enough to bear the weight of the beads?
Absolutely, nylon is one of the best choices for jewellery making. Use it for necklace making, beading or similar projects, you won’t get disappointed.