1. Take one open jump ring and scoop up a paperclip and two closed jump rings. Close the jump ring.
2. Using the two closed rings added in step 1, lay one ring on top of the other forming a marquee or "eye" design.
3. With an open ring, come up through the back of the ring on the right, around the marquee or "eye," and down through the front of the left ring. Close the ring.
4. Add a second open ring to the same path used in step 3.
5. Insert an open ring through the "eye," picking up both the right and left rings. Before closing the ring, add two closed rings.
6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 until you reach your desired length. Don't forget to leave about 1/2" - 1" for your clasp.
7. Take your piece of Beadalon® bead stringing wire and fold it in half. Pinch the center of the wire with your fingers.
8. Start at one end of the necklace and thread the wire in the gap just under the first set of horizontal rings. Thread the wire so that half of it is on one side of the necklace and half is on the other side. Place a bead stop on the wire so as you add pearls on one side, you don't pull the wire all the way through.
9. String 3 pearls onto the wire. Slip the wire under the next two rings, this is the barrel. Add three pearls and continue in this manner until you reach the other end of your necklace.
10. Repeat step 9 on the other side of the necklace. You will have pearls running down both sides of your necklace.
11. Make sure that the wires are both coming out of the same side.
12. Thread the wires so that they cross inside the crimp.
13. Pull gently on each wire to cinch up the crimp close to the pearls and inside the barrel. Crimp the crimp. Cut off the excess wire with your flush cutters.