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How to make a geometric necklace because wearing math is more fun than doing it

When it comes to DIY, there's nothing we'd less rather do ourselves than math. Thankfully, this necklace is a lot simpler than calculus class was.

Thankfully, putting together this necklace is a lot simpler than calculus class was

Don't worry, you won't actually have to do any math for this project. In this video, we'll show you how to make a geometric necklace. 1:13

We here at CBC Arts love DIY — but when it comes to doing it yourself, there's nothing worse than math, which is why we have calculators. Thankfully, you won't actually have to do any math for this project. In this video, we'll show you how to make a geometric necklace.

You'll only need four items, which is a number we can count to: a necklace chain, clear monofiliament string, scissors and tube beads. The trickiest part is carefully looping the tube beads, so make sure your hands aren't shaking like that time you were sure you were going to fail that algebra exam.

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By the way, if you're good at math, you can still participate in this how to. We're just bitter about how easy your life has probably been.

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