Use a sharpie pen to open mesh uniformly. Pull mesh all way down to shrink it.
String beads onto stringing wire, starting with one jet crystal followed by 4 grey pearls – repeat that until all beads are used.
Making a simple and short loop with stringing wire itself and then finish strand of pearls using crimp tubes and crimp covers.
Using German style wire, make a long stick with smooth loop in one of the ends and use it to pass strand of beads through shrunk portion of mesh.
Pass long stick made with German-style through squeezed section of mesh.
Run mesh throughout the entire length of pearl necklace creating a metallic and netted surface.
Gently rub your fingers through beaded section to turn it into a metallic rope-like necklace.
Place an overhand knot next to each of the ends of beaded section.
Cover ¼ inch area of both ends of mesh with bead stringing glue. Let it dry and trim it to create a clean cut. Glue will protect mesh ends against fraying.
Use width of flat nose pliers to folder mesh 3 times, add bead stringing glue on top of folded area, and then insert into mesh clasp (use lobster portions only) pressing it down until entire mesh end is secure.
Close pinch bail around a jet crystal drop, cut off top loop of pinch bail and then replace it with a 6mm jump ring. Open one of the lobster clasp and attach to it. Attach second drop on same fashion.
Play with mesh between end of beaded section and drops, twist and stretch on opposite directions to create ruffles.