DIY Boho Chevron Beaded Necklace Recipe from

Cheryl created this updated #Boho #chevron #necklace with a selection of beads from  So chic, this necklace combines many different #beads in one color palette.  Cheryl used different shapes, matte, smooth and lustre finishes and added #metal beads with texture.  For instructions and more pictures, read below! #aqua #blue #chevron #diyjewelry #crafts #beading #ecrafty #tutorial

DIY Boho Chevron Beaded Necklace Recipe from

DIY Boho Chevron Beaded Necklace Recipe from


To make it:

  1. First Cheryl made beaded links using beads in the aqua color pallet she chose.
  2. She then attached these links together in pairs for the chevron pattern.  She also used some of the Bali style connector beads.
  3. Then she attached this pairs together on the sides with 5mm jump rings adding a extra jump ring between each link.  You have made your necklace focal piece.
  4.  Now it is time to add beaded links and Bali style connector beads with 6mm jump rings for the chain part of your necklace.

Cheryl’s tip:  Cheryl wanted a longer necklace so she did not use a clasp.

So Chic!

You can easily change out the look of this necklace by switching the bead colors.

Supplies you’ll need (clickable links) from


About the designer: Cheryl Satterlee

Meet Cheryl!
She is a very talented multi-tasking mom and grandmom who we all have the great pleasure of working with at . She helps us with everything ~ from packing your orders, picking your freebies, to making sure our inventory behaves and everything in-between! When she is not babysitting her grandchildren you will find her pet-sitting, cooking, baking, beading and creating!

Thanks always and happy creating from all of the busy crafters at!


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