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Caterpillar Bracelet Tutorial

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You will love every bracelet you make from this tutorial! The color combinations are endless as I have demonstrated in the additional photos. You should have some beading experience or at least a beginner with patience and persistence to succeed! In this 20 page tutorial with photos I will show you step by step how easy it is to make this Caterpillar Bracelet. The right angle weave is a basic and repetitive beading technique. With a very simple overlay of a criss cross pattern this bracelet makes a bold statement. A bonus is my technique for creating a strong and secure closure for the clasp. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This bracelet is made with a right angle weave. If you have never done this weave, don't worry you will catch on quickly after the first three rounds. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Custom length

Recommended with this pattern

  • 10lb or 12lb Fireline or Wildfire
  • 4M Round Beads
  • 8M Round Beads

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Preserve Jewelry Studio
PJ Studio is an extension of Preserve Studio. I joined the Craftsy community because I want to share my knowledge and experience with other beginning bead enthusiasts. Many of the bead patterns in my shop are suitable for beginners that have the basic skills of tying square knots and weaving in ends. I will show you the rest with clear and concise instructions and pictures along the way. Earrings are my specialty because they require small quantities of beads and may be finished within an hour or two depending upon your pace. Enjoy earrings in numerous colors for every season and have a few spares for gift giving! I have many ready to go items at my Etsy Shop. Come visit me at www.preservestudio.etsy.com.