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Twinni Bracelet

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Twinni Bracelet
Twinni Bracelet
Twinni Bracelet
Twinni Bracelet
Twinni Bracelet

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic netting

Pattern Description:

An elegant yet fun bracelet that you can whip up in an afternoon.

Twinni is made with embellished Czech Twin or Superduo two-hole beads. These gorgeous rice looking beads with 2 holes are ideal for embellishing with smaller round seed beads and weaving into a pliant flat bracelet. Woven with a modified netting stitch, Twinni is suited to new or experienced beaders. Make a one-row bracelet for a quick and easy project. Make 2, 3, 4 or more rows for a dramatic bold look. Combine colors and different textures for an interesting look.

Twinni - a fun and quick project that is guaranteed to get you loads of compliments.

PROJECT DETAILS
Project Difficulty : Easy
Techniques Used : Modified Netting

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Inner Circumference : Approx 18 cm
  • Width (1-row bracelet) : Approx 1 cm
  • Width (2-row bracelet) : Approx 1.7 cm
  • Width (3-row bracelet) : Approx 2.5 cm
  • Width (4-row bracelet) : Approx 3.2 cm
  • Width (5-row bracelet) : Approx 4.8 cm

Materials:

  • Seed Beads
  • Twin or Superduo beads
  • Swarovski crystals
  • Nymo D Beading Thread or 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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$12.00

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About the designer

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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