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Pallavi Pankajakshi

Fusion Beads, bead, beading, sterling, seed beads, charm, swarovski, lampwork, glass, jewelry, pearls. Step 1 Cut the cord to twice the length of the desired bracelet size PLUS 12 inches. For example, a 7.5-inch bracelet will require 27 inches of cord. Slide a button to the center of the piece. Tie both lengths into an overhand knot beneath the button. Step 2 If the hole in the button is a bit too small for the cord, cut the cord at an angle to make it easier to string on. Step 3 Clip the button into a clip board. Step 4 Cut the thread about 8 feet long, thread the needle, slide it to the center to double the thread. Step 5 Tie the thread around the cord on the left using a lark’s head knot.

Step 6 String one bead. Craft blog : Crochet Beaded Bracelet. I've found another use for my crochet cotton thread - a beaded bracelet. It's great for summer, when you might be getting sweaty, dirty, or jumping in the pool (sea, lake, whatever), because it's washable - so you don't even have to take it off. This pattern could easily be changed to be an anklet or choker. It's a simple single crochet, so you can add stitches to make it wider and rows to make it longer. I used beads for my bracelet, but you can use anything you can string on the thread: beads, buttons, sequins ... use your imagination *and* your stash. I reserve the copyright on the pattern and the instructions (which means you can't reprint this anywhere), but feel free to make all the bracelets you want and do anything you want with them (yep, you can sell them).

If you make a bracelet, let me know. Supplies Crochet Cotton Thread48 beads1 buttonbig-holed needlesize C (2 or 2.75mm) crochet hook Abbreviations sl = slip stitchch = chainsc = single crochetbsc* = beaded single crochet. Craft blog : Crochet Beaded Bracelet. Crochet Pattern Octopus Bracelet (free) Why octopus? I've been crocheting the bracelet in a cafe with a friend of mine. She asked me, "what are you making? An octopus? " I guess with all the turquoise strings the bracelet did look like an octopus a bit. So here it is, octopus bracelet pattern: Skill level: Advanced beginner.

Supplies: Crochet thread #10, crochet hook US 10 (1.30 mm). Yarn ideas: Aunt Lidia’s cotton thread #10, Aunt Lidia’s Bamboo crochet thread #10, Royale Classic crochet thread, DMC Traditions cotton thread #10. Gauge: 9 stitches & 9 rows equal 1x1” square is single crochet stitches. Finished size: Length of the bracelet can be adjusted to your own measures. Approximate time to complete this project: 1 hour. Abbreviations and stitches used: Ch – chain, (chs – chains), Sc - single crochet, Sl st - slip stitch, st – stitch, (sts - stitches). Please note: This pattern is written in standard American terms. Pictures in this pattern refer to the row (round) described directly above them.

Start by measuring your wrist. DaisyTute. After I showed this daisy bracelet on the About Jewelry making forum, I was asked for directions on how to make it. I didn't have any more of the pink and green fiber optic beads to use in a tutorial, so I'm going to use different colors. Try your own color combinations and see what you can come up with! :) Click here to see other colors, and pics of pieces sent in by other jewelry artists. Materials: 72 4mm round beads 12 8mm round beads size 11.0 seed beads (approx 120) Thread.... 1) Begin by picking up eight 4mm beads and tie them in a circle. Be sure to leave about 10 inches for a tail to attach the clasp later. 2) Pick up your center bead (8mm) and go up through the 4th petal bead from your knot.

This bracelet is made by making the individual motifs and then connecting them. *Try different ways of connecting the flower squares for a totally different look! 3) Pick up 3 seeds, one 4mm, and 3 seeds. 4) Repeat step 3 three more times. 8) Now you can start to connect them. DONE!