Woven and Wrapped Bracelet Tutorial

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Woven and Wrapped Bracelet Tutorial Pattern


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You will need to have basic knowledge of peyote stitch and how to zip up a peyote tube.

Pattern Description:

This easy-to-make bangle is a combination of a woven peyote stitched tube and a wrapped metal bangle. I've recycled a couple of old metal bangles that I had lying around the house and gave them new life with a shot of color from Color Infusions Memory Thread by DMC and Japanese seed beads.

The best part about this project is that it is fully customizable. The Memory Thread comes in about a dozen colors and can be found in the cross stitch section of your craft store. You can use the seed beads that you already have on hand and make the peyote tube as large or as small as you'd like.

These look great when worn alone, or make a few in a complementary color scheme and wear them all together. Have fun creating your own colorful version of my design!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Make sure your bangle fits comfortably when you start. Wrapping it will not significantly change its size.


  • One hank of color infusions memory thread, any color.
  • Metal Bangle, I recycled mine from ones I had lying around the house.
  • 3 different colors of size 11 japanese seed beads
  • Nymo or Fireline Beading Thread
  • E6000 craft glue or similar craft glue
  • Size 12 Beading needle
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

LaBellaJoya on craftsy.com

My name is Marcie Abney Carroll and I started creating jewelry in 2007. A simple project to repair a simple beaded ring turned into a love of all things beadwoven and beaded in general. I've recently turned my attention toward metal and can be found most nights hammering away in my garage. If you'd like to learn more about me, please stop by my blog: http://labellajoya.blogspot.com.

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