Hanging lamp with glass bugles W14

You can order a full set of parts to make this lamp in the webshop with
order number W14.
This set includes the light, a flexible beading needle (OV920), a number of
reserve pins (DV750 en DV751) to practice making the pendants,
a long reserve pin (DV753) and a reserve jump ring (DV769).

Required tools from left to right:
file with round point, round nose pliers, chain nose pliers,
bended chain nose pliers, side cutter, hammer, pencil,
superglue (gel), a flexible beading needle (see next photo).

Required materials from left to right:

FL 265, FL 346, KR 691 (2x), KR 690, KR 617

DV 753, DV 751 (10x), DV 750 (24x), DV 769 (2x),

DV 765, SR 685 (34x), GK 951 (24x), GK 952 (10x), CK1010-16, CK1010-5

File the center hole of Fl 265 a little bit wider to make KR 691 fit through it.
Glue KR 691 in FL 265 by putting a little bit of glue on the edge of KR 691.
On the photo you can see in what way KR 691 has to be glued in Fl 265.

Glue the second KR 691 in FL 346 by putting a little bit of glue on the edge of KR 691.
On the photo you can see in what way KR 691 has to be glued in Fl 346.

File the tube KR 690 a little bit wider in order to let it stand on top of KR 691.
Put FL 346 with the hollow side upwards on the work surface.
Place the little tube KR 690 on top of KR 691 and give it a
gentle smash with the hammer in order to let it fit over KR 691.

Make 10 pendants with the beads SR 685 and GK 952 on the pin DV 751.
How to make these pendants you can find in the Techniques section
of this website: “making loops and hangers”.

Attach the 10 pendants to the holes of ornament FL 265 as described
in the Techniques section: “how to open and close jump rings”.

Make 24 pendants with the beads SR 685 and GK 951 on the pin DV 750.
Attach these pendants to the holes of ornament FL 346.

Put FL 346 with the hollow side upwards on the work surface.
Place the eyelet KR 691 of ornament FL 265 on the tube of FL 346 and push it into the tube.
To push it firmly you can use the back of a pencil.

The result so far.

Put the pin DV 753 (with the eye at the bottom) through the lamp and the bead KR 617.

Slide the ornaments on the pin tight and make a loop in the pin as close to
the bead as possible (see Techniques section: making loops and hangers).

Place the light bulb (CK1010-5) in the fitting (CK1010-16) as described in
the Techniques section: “inserting bi-pin bulbs into candle sockets”.
Put the beading needle through the lamp with the eye at the bottom.
Fold the ends of the cables around the eye of the beading needle.

Pull the needle with the cables upwards through the lamp
and release the cables from the needle.

Cut the chain DV 765 to the desired length. Attach the chain to the eye of the pin with
a jump ring DV 769 (see Techniques section:  how to open and close jump rings).
Attach a second jump ring to the other end of the chain in order to hang the lamp.

A beautiful result!