Here are instructions for Multi No. 5 Necklace Kit:
Your finished necklace will have four strands. You will string and knot one strand at a time working off of the spool.
First Strand: String on 23 round beads separated by 10 seed beads. Begin and end the strand with a round bead. Double-knot before and after each round bead by passing the cord through the loop twice as you are knotting. (In other words, do not try to make two separate knots on top of each other.) Begin by making a double knot about 8 inches from the beginning of the cord. Slide up a round bead and make another double knot. Then slide up the 10 seed beads, make a double knot, slide up a round bead and make another double knot. Continue to double knot and slide beads until you make a double knot after the last (23rd) round bead.
Second Strand: Cut the string of knotted beads from the spool leaving an 8-inch tail after the last round bead. Now string your second strand onto the spool: 23 round beads separated by 10 seed beads. Knot as you did the first strand beginning with a double knot about 8 inches from the beginning of the cord.
Third and Fourth Strands: Repeat as above for strands three and four.
You should now have four identical knotted strands of beads, beginning and ending with a round bead plus an 8-inch tail. You will now add seed beads to the tails. This will give you ends that will fit into the tulip cones, and also slightly stagger the strands of beads so the round beads will not fall in the same place.
Strand One: Add 13 seed beads on the left and 13 seed beads on the right.
Strand Two: Add 10 seed beads on the left and 16 seed beads on the right.
Strand Three: Add 16 seed beads on the left and 10 seed beads on the right.
Strand Four: Add 8 seed beads on the left and 18 seed beads on the right.
Your strands should still be all the same length since a total of 26 seed beads has been added to each one.Tie all four strands together in an overhand knot at each end. Glue knots with Hypo Bead Tip Cement and trim cords when glue has dried. Don’t cut too close to the knot. The tulip caps will cover the ends.
Cut the heads off of your 4-inch headpins and form a small loop (about 2mm in size) with a 3/4 inch tail using round nose pliers at one end of each headpin wire. Open the loop with your chain nose pliers and hook it through your cord ends close to the knot. Close the loop and wrap the tail around once to secure it from opening. Trim the short piece of excess wire leaving the long piece attached to pull the strands into the tulip. Add the small heishi bead to the headpin wire projecting out of the top of the tulip. Form a second loop in the headpin wire close to the top of the tulip. Before wrapping the loop closed, insert your clasp (on one side) and your extender chain (on the other).
You should have one round bead remaining. Attach it to the free end of your extender chain with the single 2-inch headpin provided in your kit.