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Shades of Blue/Green

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Shades of Blue/Green Bracelet

Created in this Craftsy Course

Brilliant Knit Beads taught by Betsy Hershberg

Author and self-described "left-brained knitter" Betsy Hershberg shows you how to knit unique jewelry pieces from glittering seed beads and delicious yarns.

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Sock yarn, embroidery floss, tencel tape, seed beads, wooden beads, wine cork, Stretch Magic

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What are you most proud of? I was pleased to realize that I could also use up my embarrassingly large stash of wine corks. They are light and easy to cut into the right size.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Beware! Making knitted beads is even more addictive than knitting socks. In fact, it's kind of like knitting socks for wooden beads (and corks) to wear. This is too much fun.

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Wine corks! What a novel idea! Thanks for your innovative, craftsy project.

08/21/2012 Flag

thought this was a childs toy and panic set in at the beads then read the title. think it is very pretty but think i would still go with designs and textures over the beads for the same reason ... lovely!

08/21/2012 Flag

Way cool!

08/22/2012 Flag

Love this bracelet, I would never have thought of using corks, fabulous idea. In addition to a (growing) embarrassingly large fibre stash, I also have a wine cellar. The colours are great, so fresh and summery.

08/23/2012 Flag

gorgeous!!

08/27/2012 Flag

Love this..and the colors you used with the beads! Very nice, C!

11/20/2012 Flag