Gemstone Multiple Wrap Bracelet

from Kirsten D

Gemstone Multiple Wrap Bracelet Pattern


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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Allow me to teach you to make this polished designer bracelet. These instructions will provide details on where to find all the best materials at the best prices. The assembly of the bracelet is then well explained with text and step by step photographs. The design works well with 4mm to 6mm Gemstone beads of any kind, either round or faceted, giving you endless options. You will have all the tools you need to make a bracelet truly your own. I also now have a limited number of kits available at on our Etsy site.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 22" x 3/8"


  • 50 inches of 1.5mm diameter leather cord
  • 21 inches of 4mm gemstone beads
  • 2 cards of Griffen No. 3 threaded silk cord
  • 1 antique button

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 3 reviews)
edelweizs on

Excellent Really fun project  February 2, 2013

And will make great gifts. So easy to customize so each bracelet has it's own character.

ErinSK on

Excellent Fun bracelet for everyday use or you can dress it up!!  September 27, 2012

Got a group of girls together to make this and they all came out great!! You can make it fancy or casual depending on the beads you choose. The pattern had great pictures and I am excited to make more for unique gifts!!

kappsta on

Excellent Bracelet for everyday or dressing up!  September 21, 2012

This bracelet was easy to make from the pattern, including lots of tips and great photos! Love it!

About Designer

About Designer

Kirsten D on
by Kirsten D
Manchester, NH
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I am a mother to three small children, a devoted wife, and a passionate student and practitioner of myriad knitting, sewing, jewelry making, and antique restoration techniques.

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