Micro-Macrame Kitschy Baroque Bracelet

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Micro-Macrame Kitschy Baroque Bracelet Pattern

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Jewelry: Micro-Macrame Kitschy Baroque Bracelet
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Bracelet

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • macrame knots, micro-macrame

Pattern Description:

This bracelet reminds me of Miami Beach in the 1960's: glitzy-glamor, flocked velvet wallpaper in the grand hotels, and white-washed Greek statues in gardens and front yards. It features 8mm round many-faceted crystal-studded beads - they look like rhinestone wrecker balls to me. But you are not limited to using rhinestone wrecker balls in this tutorial - just central focus beads large enough to pass 2 cords through them. There are only 2 types of knots you really need to know in this bracelet: the double half hitch and the flat knot.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7 1/2" to 8 1/2"

Materials:

  • 1 spool of S Lon micro-macram nylon cord - your choice of color
  • 50 4mm Czech fire-polish crystal beads OR 1 tube of size 6 seed beads (do not use 4mm Swarovskis)
  • 1 tube of size 11 seed beads
  • 1 fancy 1/2" or 5/8" button
  • 6 or 7 8mm Swarovski Multi-Crystal Balls

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors
  • Padded clipboard OR macrame board
  • Clear nail polish
  • Straight pins
  • Needle and Thread

About Designer

About Designer

Annika deGroot on craftsy.com
Annika's Atelier
by Annika deGroot
Lovely Snohomish, Washington
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I am a designer with a passion for creating fun, off-the-wall crafts. Part of my grand mission is to bring back all those musty, weird passé crafts we love to make fun of and transform them into elegant, avant-garde must-haves.

I am also the author of Micro-Macramé: 30 Beaded Designs for Jewelry Using Crystals and Cords, (St. Martin's Griffin, 2009) and one of the artists featured in Beaded ...

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