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The Nines Bracelet Beading Pattern #1500

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The Nines Bracelet Beading Pattern #1500
The Nines Bracelet Beading Pattern #1500
The Nines Bracelet Beading Pattern #1500
The Nines Bracelet Beading Pattern #1500
The Nines Bracelet Beading Pattern #1500

Pattern Description:

This simple beading pattern will teach you how to make a beautiful multi strand braided bracelet! With over 30 high resolution full color photos and easy to follow step by step directions, you'll be able to hand-make this stunning bracelet in all of your favorite colors! Don't be afraid to tackle this project if you don't have much beading experience. This project is great for beginners! Happy beading!


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  • 6mm pearls x (2) colors
  • 4mm pearls
  • 3mm pearls
  • 4mm fire polished beads x (2) colors
  • 3mm fire polished beads x (3) colors
  • 8/0 seed beads x (2) colors
  • 11/0 seed beads x (4) colors
  • Beading wire (I used Flex-rite .018" diameter 7 strand nylon-coated stainless steel micro-wire)
  • 3 strand slide lock clasp
  • Bead stoppers or bead bugs (you can use tape instead to keep your beads from sliding off the strands)
  • Crimp tubes - I used 2x2mm
  • Crimper tool
  • Flush cutter
  • Ruler
  • Note: These are just the beads I used to make my bracelets. You can make your bracelets with any size and shape beads you would like!