I bought some chain to experiment with, and along the way I came up with this simple design (inspired by the variety of infinity knot bracelets on the internet). I love how versatile this is because it's easy to switch pendants to match your thoughts or outfit of the day.
I also came up with a nice way of organizing the different pendants that you make here.
Click below to see a video demonstrating the pendants' usage.
Step 1: Materials
- chain (You could alternatively use other materials -- string, etc.)
- jump rings or wire to make your own
- miscellaneous beads, charms, headpins, etc. (Reuse an old pair of earrings!)
Step 2: Making the main necklace
I wanted to make a main chain necklace for pendants, but you can just attach these pendants to necklaces you already own.
To determine how much chain you need, loop some chain around your neck until you're satisfied with the length, and then cut. You can just alternatively cut the standard 18 inches of regular necklaces. Remember that the pendant will add additional inches so factor that in how low you want the pendants to hang.
After cutting the chain, use jump rings to attach clasps.