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Boho Bracelets


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Create a little bit of bohemian flair for your wrist and experiment with bold colors, or soft and cool colors - what ever makes you smile! Edge stitching is recommended, but not necessary, which makes this a great beginner project - even a great project with kids! Warning: these are like potato chips. You won't be able to stop with just one! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cutting, fusing, edge stitching SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 1 1/2" wide and 2" wide cuff

Recommended with this pattern

  • Light Green Wool: 5" square plus 1 7/8" x 7 3/4" (wide lining) Medium Green Wool: 5" square plus 1 3/8" x 7 3/4" (lining) Dark Green Wool:5" square Turquoise Wool:2 1/2" x 9" rectangle (base) Purple Wool:3" x 9" rectangle (wide base) Orange Wool:5" square Yellow Wool:3" square Blue Wool:3" x 9" rectangle (wide base) Pink Wool:5" square White Wool:3" square Black Wool:3" square Lime Wool:2" square InnSpire Plus:9" square (for all three bracelets) Steam-A-Seam 2(2) 9" x 12" sheets Aurifil Wool Thread: Dark Green Purple Burgandy Black Pink Optional: Template plastic Jewelry Cuff for form
  • Sewing Machine, Scissors, Iron

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Tammy Silvers started quilting in 1991 when she reluctantly joined her sister-in-law for a quilting class and fell madly in love with the craft. Now she teaches quilting at a variety of fabric shops as well as parks and recreation facilities. Tammy's flair for design led to her pattern company, Tamarinis, and to having her work featured in publications such as American Patchwork & Quilting, American Quilter, Quilter's Newsletter Magazine and more. Tammy is also the co-author of the book Small Quilts, Big Events.