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P-Nut Squared Cuff

from Manek-Manek Beads
(5) Name: 'Jewelry : P-Nut Squared Cuff
P-Nut Squared Cuff
P-Nut Squared Cuff
P-Nut Squared Cuff
P-Nut Squared Cuff

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Right Angle Weave (RAW)
  • Peyote

Pattern Description:

P-Nut Squared is inspired by the beautiful tiny peanut shaped beads. Depending on the colourway P-Nut Squared can be either a fun piece jazzing up your weekend gear or a sophisticated elegant piece well suited to grace your wrist on any occasion.

A right angle weave base is fully embellished with these peanut shaped beads. The surface is further embellished with tiny round seed beads. This allows the cuff to look very rich and luxurious while still feel very light in spite of the heavy embellishments.

An innovative clasp made fun by a large peanut closure gives this piece its squared name - a big peanut securing the small peanuts - P-Nut Squared. To prevent the two ends of the cuff from opening when worn, a button hole is created at one end. On the other, the big P-Nut and a loop with an overlap area.

Definitely a challenging piece even for the expert beader. You will be well pleased with your accomplishments once its on your wrist. It will certainly "wow" your audience as well.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Width : 3.2 cm

Materials:

  • Seed Beads
  • Matsuno Peanut Beads
  • 6 mm Round Beads
  • 6lb Fireline Braided Bead Thread

You Will Also Need:

  • Sharp Scissors
  • Beading Surface
  • Size 12 Beading Needles
  • Thread Conditioner or Microcrystalline Wax if desired
  • Illumination & Magnification if required


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I did not start creating jewelry in the beginning. I started working with beads because I wanted to bead a pair of shoes in the style of the Peranakan (Malay and Chinese mix heritage) women who live ...

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