Thread all the faceted beads onto the elastic thread (a beading needle will be very useful to help you to thread the beads onto this non-rigid thread).
Take the two ends of the thread and tie a double knot right next to the beads. To hide the knot in a bead, you just have to thread the end of a thread into the bead then pull until the knot is blocked inside.
Next, thread the beads onto the eyepin, beginning with (so as to follow the design in the photo, which is the one you can get in kit form) a metal bead cap, a hematite, then another metal bead cap, a large hollow metal bead, a small hematite bead, a large transparent crystal cathedral bead edged with silver, and finish off with a hematite faceted bead.
Take the end of the eyepin, (use a pair of pliers, preferably round nose pliers) and make a big loop. Wrap the elastic bracelet back on itself once (therefore creating 2 rows of beads) and close the eyepin on these 2 rows of beads.
You will now be able to use your napkin ring to loosely hold a napkin or else create 3 rows of beads for a tighter fit bracelet.