Swirly Marquis Buckle Bracelet - Purple

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Swirly Marquis Buckle Bracelet - Purple Pattern


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Jewelry: Swirly Marquis Buckle Bracelet - Purple
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Flat one-drop peyote
  • Circular Peyote

Pattern Description:

I lOVE swirling designs - so I decided to create this fun, but sleek bracelet in purple and silver tones. The buckle is beaded in a Marquis shape and attached to the band so that it fits around the wrist just like a belt!

The pattern is created in such a way that you can make the bracelet a custom length - to fit PERFECTLY!

I know youll have lots of fun making and wearing this bracelet! Feel free to play around with the colors too! I'd love to see your color variations - so please share your finished works here or on my facebook page: Facebook.com/TerahsClassicCreationsStudio.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Buckle Length: 2 inches
  • Buckle Width: 1.5 inches
  • Band Width: 1 inch
  • Length: You adjust the sizing to fit you.


  • Delicas (DB035) 15 grams
  • Delicas (DB610) 7.5 grams
  • Delicas (DB1054) 7.5 grams
  • Delicas (DB250) 7.5 grams
  • Delicas (DB284 (7.5 grams)
  • 4 mm. Crystal Rondelle In Coordinating Color

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors
  • Nymo (D) or Fireline
  • Beading Needle
  • Thread Heaven/Beeswax
  • Pre-made metal swirl OR 21 gauge square wire to form into a swirl

About Designer

About Designer

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My mother was always a crafty girl herself. One day as a tween, when in a fabric store with her, I discovered these tiny pieces of color and light (beads) and was instantly enthralled. I got a book, and it took off from there! I still love to learn, and I hope to include many different techniques in my projects!

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