sea glass piecesbetween one-inch and three-inches in width and diameter
15feetof cordingnatural-color hemp cording and black nylon cording used here per necklace
Cut six pieces of cording, each 30 inches in length. If you are using a painted river rock instead of sea glass, I suggest using eight pieces of cording. Because sea glass is jagged, it's easier to secure between fewer pieces of cording.
Join all six pieces in a knot at one end of the cording, leaving an inch or two of fringe. This will be the bottom of your necklace.
Separate the six strands with the knot at the top of your workspace. Pair the strands into three sets of two. Tie a knot in each of the strand pairs about 1/2-inch (up to 3/4-inch for larger sea glass) from the knot at the top.
Now, separate all six strands again. Make new pairs, this time one strand from each of the knotted pairs. Tie new knots, 1/2 inches away from the other knots. This will mean the far left strand and the far right strand will end up being a knotted pair.
Test your sea glass to see if it fits yet. If not, repeat the step above.
Insert your sea glass into the macrame netting. Tightly tie a knot with all six strands at the top. Make sure the sea glass is fully secure. Separate the six strands into two sets of three. Tie a knot on each side about two inches above the knot at the top of the sea glass. Tie the top of the strands to make a necklace your desired length.
This project for macrame sea glass necklace was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/macrame-sea-glass-necklace/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.