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Butterfly Rope Bracelet

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Intermediate

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This is a listing for a Pattern/Tutorial. You will not receive the jewelry pictured above. This pattern is a full color 7-page PDF with step by step instructions how to make this lovely Bracelet. Get lots of ooh and aah's when you'll wear this beautiful bracelet. It is supple and incredibly comfortable to wear. Made with butterfly ropes, a versatile flat rope, this is a quick an easy project. With this rope, you can also make necklaces, bracelets and even a pretty ring. Another really nice advantage is that it builds up pretty quickly, which is perfect for gifts and last-minute projects. It is 7 1/4 inch long (18.4cm) and it is easy to modify the size. Level: Beginner to Intermediate. Knowledge of Right Angle Weave is an advantadge but not essential. Technique: RAW (Right Angle Wave) and picots. Check out my other patterns explaining / using this technique, the Butterfly Rope Lariat, and the Butterfly Rope Matine, two different ways of attaching beautiful focals and embellishing the rope. Important note: avoid printing, or print more than one page per sheet; my patterns are designed for use with electronic devices and may print very large. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knowledge of Right Angle Weave is an advantadge but not essential. but everything you need to know is explained in the tutorial SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS this bracelet is 7 1/4 inch long (18.4cm) and it is easy to modify the size

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SamohtaC
SamohtaC
Hi, I'm a Dutch girl and live in Switzerland since 1980; my husband is Swiss, and most important, he's wonderful. I started beading in 2004. Off-loom beadweaving and bead embroidery are my favorite beading techniques. I won the FMG Grand Prize Gold Medal in 2006 for a Seed bead jewelry set called "Roma" and a gold medal in the fiber arts category. In 2007 another choker received a bronze medal and in 2009 another necklace got rewarded with a silver medal in their contests. I've also written in books and magazines - find out more on my website or blog: http://www.parure.ch/http://samohtac.blogspot.ch