Here is my best try:
Although photos show every little imperfection, I need more practice to get the weaving more even. I also need more practice at weaving into the loops. I suspect I might need to go to a three or four base wire weave. In other words I still have a lot of experiments ahead but I do feel like I am making progress.
Let me show you another test piece:
From the right to left let me walk you through the process.
The loops on the right were made after the weave was started. Not a bad option, and maybe it is my just my skill set, but the I could not keep the base aligned.
As you can see, the loops in the middle are jump rings. This was a good idea but I could not get the jump rings evenly sited on the base wire. You can see the one on the right sits lower than the one on the left.
The non-loop on the left was another good idea but it just seemed unworkable when I tried it. It could be that it was at the end of a day of experiments and I was tired.
All these thoughts are good. I need more practice wire weaving. I also need to figure out further embellishments to draw the eye away from what is inherently uneven when adding loops.
What I have not mentioned so far is this does not include the hook and eye part of the clasp. This part of the experiment is just to add the strands to the clasp. I think I had better start practicing the three base wire weave and perhaps a four wire base, I might just need all those wires to pull this off.