Hidden Pebbles Bangle

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Hidden Pebbles Bangle Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of RAW is advantage but not necessary, very detailed tutorial.

Pattern Description:

Cubic Right Angle Weave (RAW) Bangle Tutorial. Real fun to bead, super versatile and works up fast.

The tutorial includes detailed step by step written instructions with pictures and high quality 3D computer graphics for every step. It has 13 steps, 21 diagrams and can be zoomed 4x with super sharp and clear details. It includes two different finishing technique one for bangle one for bracelet. If you have any questions or difficulties as you work with the bracelet, please e-mail me, I will be happy to help.



The purchase of this tutorial entitles you to make bracelets for either personal use or for sale. No mass production allowed.

If you want to publish (online or offline) or sell the finished bracelet please give credit to me by linking back to the page where you originally bought the pattern or include my name or shop name in the description. Thank you, thank you, thank you! ?

Do not publish or resell the pattern (or part of the pattern) itself or copy it in any way for others.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.


Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 17-18cm / 6.8"


  • 8/0 seed beads
  • 3mm glass pearl
  • 3mm Czech Fire Polished Bead

You Will Also Need:

  • mono-filament / illusion cord
  • beading needle

About Designer

About Designer

Vikis Beading on craftsy.com

I'm an addicted beader, I love everything related to beads but mostly beading itself (bead weaving), coming up with new designs, teaching other beaders, shopping for beads and of course connecting with others who share the same passion.

I started beading in 2006, after my daughter was born. I worked with Swarovski crystals and pearls but a few months later I discovered seed beads and a new ...

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