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A Quick Guide on How to Keep Necklace From Flipping Over

If you have a gorgeous necklace that you rarely wear because it keeps flipping over. This happens to lots of necklaces, and it is a bit annoying.

Necklaces tend to flip over because they don’t have enough weight to keep them from flipping.

A necklace like this would fall forward, which may make the center part less noticeable.

It's great to know that you can prevent it from flipping over.

 

 

The necklace not laying flat

The overall construction and design of a necklace determine whether it will lay flat or not.

A necklaces’ overall construction and design determine if it will lay flat or not.

In this case, you should consider purchasing a heavier pendant so the chain stays straight, even when worn.

A necklace that moves so fast with just the slightest movement of your body is a fun, and yet useful, piece of jewelry.

You'll find lightweight necklaces without heavy centers to make them more comfortable to wear.

Necklaces without hooks are always difficult to wear. You may find some necklaces with a hook at the top.

As long as, for instance, the front of the necklaceis heavier than the back, it may not lay flat as desired

The necklace could also be flipped over because the chain is too long.

 

Necklaces that are made from bracelet links are more likely to flip over because they're likely to be less rigid than those that are made using necklace links.

Bracelet links wrap around a wrist-oriented circle, while necklace links are oriented on the axis around the neck.

When the necklace flips over, it’s because there is a hard link. It's time to replace the necklace.

Apart from that, a necklace with a high setting often has an increased center of gravity, which, in turn, raises the risk of the necklace flipping.

If the bail is too close to the center of gravity of the pendant, the necklace will be unevenly stretched or sagging.

 

 

How to make a necklace lay flat?

Since the dimensions of necklaces are universal, it's easy to fix a piece that doesn't lay flat.

With a little practice, anyone can master the art of connecting and closing a necklace.

You can easily fix a necklace that flips over on its own, or with the help of a professional.

When you want to make a necklace lay flat, there are a few things you need to pay attention to.

 

Pick the right clasp

Jewelry design is more complex than you think! You'll have to consider the material, the design, and the weight of your jewelry pieces.

You can learn more about clasps on the scale of their size and make sure you choose the right one to help the necklace keep its shape.

You should also consider the jewelry’s mass while choosing the clasp.

 

Set the beads

Then, place the beads in the right order.

After you've threaded the needle, measure the stringing thread and cut it.

You’ll want to ensure that you start out with a wire that’s longer than the length of your

So if, for example, you want to have a 20-inch necklace, your cut should be around 25 inches

Use the extra string when you're ready to tighten the clasp on the necklace.

Use a bead finisher to cover the side of one of the stringing wires.

Once you do this, you should then line the pieces onto the string and tie one of the sides.

There is one more important thing for you to bear in mind when purchasing an expensive necklace - ensure that you sustain the connectors.

 

Add some counterweight

For a more balanced appearance, add a counterweight to the necklace's clasp.

To prevent the chain from flipping over, sometimes people add extra metal to the necklace.

Adding tiny gold beads to the inside of the bezel of your pendant will stabilize it and protect it from becoming loose.

Adding pendants to necklaces is an easy way to give your necklace a unique look and a more polished appearance.

 

 

How do you stop it from flipping?

When you are done soldering the necklace, this can increase the necklace’s weight while keeping the original look of the necklace.

To make sure that the new piece of jewelry will fit properly, confirm that there is no metal that protrudes from the edges of the jewelry.

Working with a jeweler can make the process easy.

 

Try to fix the design of the necklace

If, for instance, your pendant necklace is too thick for it to lay flat, you should take the pendant off its chain and then insert a thin rod into the bail.

Once you learn this, you'll know if your pendant is balanced and is likely to shift or fall over if you move it.

The best way to adjust the design of the bail to prevent the necklace from flipping over is to add a bail clip to the bail.

If you have experience in fixing jewelry, you can try reconstructing the bail by taking off the necklace and using a soldering iron to attach new parts.

 

Shorten the necklace or change the chain

A long chain necklace may flip over if it’s made of a material that isn’t stiff or rigid enough.

You should shorten it because you’ll want to minimize the tension on the chain.

A jeweler can help you shorten it and make sure the drop is close to your neck, to minimize the flipping.

Sometimes, the wrong chain can cause a necklace to flip over. You can fix this issue by changing it to a different chain type.

Consider a snake chain or stiff wire choker. These are heavier than other types of necklaces. The heavier they are, the more stable they are.

This type of necklace is definitely one of the best pieces of jewelry to wear. You’ll need to spend more to buy one, but it’s worth every penny.

Graduated vs. standard diamonds. Some people choose a diamond that is more valuable, while others choose the most beautiful, but they don't have to necessarily be the same!

 

        

Conclusion

You probably have a couple of necklaces that you wear sometimes, but don’t have one necklace that you wear all the time.

Some necklaces do not lay flat. And, some do, but you might find some that flip over.

This can happen because the weight of the chain and the links are not evenly distributed.

Making a few modifications will solve the problem.

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