My Everyday Bracelet

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My Everyday Bracelet Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This is designed for the beginner, step-by-step instructions with photos' for each step

Pattern Description:

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Viking weave one-size-fits-almost-all bracelet, perfect for showing off your large hole glass and metal beads.
You will learn how to create the Viking weave, with detailed photo's that accompany each step by step instructions.
However, the main feature of this tutorial is our unique way of creating the ends. This will make it very simple to add and change beads as often as you like. You can easily match any occasion, mood or outfit, as all beads are completely interchangeable.
In addition, the clever design of the ending makes it fit multiple wrist sizes equally well, making it completely worry free, when you make one for a friend or a special family member.
All measurements throughout this tutorial are given both in imperial and metric units.


  • Materials:  Up to 90 inches (~2.3m) of  26ga (~0.4mm) soft round wire  Business size card stock paper  Masking tape  3-4mm cord ends  Super Glue~ Thick formula  2 Lobster clasps  7 - 10 jump rings  Pandora or other Large Hole beads,  hole size 4.5mm- 5mm  Optional:  1 charm/dangle Tools:  Ruler  Wire cutters  Flat nose pliers  Chain nose pliers  Round nose pliers  Draw Plate  Round Wooden dowel, 3/16th" (~5mm) in diameter Optional:  Caliper  Toothpick  Grit paper or pads

About Designer

About Designer

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by Feelingstone
Hermiston, Oregon
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We have been doing wire work for about 10 years or better. I saw my first piece of wire wrapped jewelry at a Rock and Gem show. I fell in love with all the pendants and rings all wrapped in wire. I really haven't looked back since then.

Today my husband and I own a small retail bead/rock shop in our home town and we have just finished our first book which will be on and in our store, ...

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