Chevron Bracelet & Earrings

from Lucy Joan Designs

Chevron Bracelet & Earrings Pattern


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Jewelry: Chevron Bracelet & Earrings
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • No prior experience needed - these instructions are comprehensive but the difficulty is intermediate.

Pattern Description:

The Chevron Bracelet and Earrings are a great project for learning the right angle weave and fringe stitches. You will also learn how to connect beadwork to an earwire and how to make a pearl toggle clasp. The instructions are written for the beginner but leave you with a complex finished piece.

Right angle weave is very flexible and useful in contoured designs. On a large scale it can be used to make entire bracelets and necklaces. Once you learn right angle weave from this project, use uneven bead sizes to create ruffles, coils, and spirals.

This full-color PDF includes plenty of written instructions and clear diagrams to make this project easy. Enjoy!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits 7.5" wrist


  • 38 rounds, 6mm, color A (pink pearls shown)
  • 34 rounds, 6mm, color B (gray pearls shown)
  • 5g seed beads, 11/0
  • 2 earwires
  • 6 lb test Fireline

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 12 beading needle
  • Sharp scissors

About Designer

About Designer

Lucy Joan on

Hi Shoppers! My name is Lucy Joan and I am a mechanical engineer by day and a jewelry designer by night. I like to use my analytical mind, drafting experience, and technical writing skills to make easy-to-read beading instructions for beautiful and desirable jewelry designs that are easy to create. It's all about design for manufacturing!

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