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Elleina, bracelet pattern bead weaving


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With this pattern you will learn how to make the bracelet Elleina. The bracelet is made out of separate components that are later connected to each other. This will give you the opportunity to make not only a bracelet but a pair of earrings, a ring or just use a single or more components in a necklace. You will learn how to make the loose component and how to attach them together to make the bracelet. This tutorial is for the beginning/intermediate beader (peyote and picot stitch knowledge is needed) and is available in English. The PDF contains 10 pages full with step by step instructions, images and pictures of the finished work that has been made with this tutorial. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Even count peyote Picot stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 7 3/4 inch (including clasp)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 8/0 hexcut by Toho 11/0 seed beads 15/0 seed beads pinch beads pyramid bead studs 6x6mm 3mm magatama(tm)s or 2.8mm mini drops round glass pearls 10mm
  • Clasp (ball and socket)
  • Size 12 needle C-lon D threadheaven scissors

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Bianc Molen Designs
Bianc Molen Designs
Hi, My name is Bianca van der Molen. About ten years ago I came in contact with beads, during a small workshop at my job. Since then I was completely hooked on the beads! Over the years I thaught myself to bead, from "just" stringing (with a little bit of wirewrapping) beads, bead embroidery and then to beadweaving! I just love it that you can make the most intricate but yet simple jewerly by just weaving the beads with different techniques. At the end of 2012 I began writing my first tutorial: Star of Kallista. At that same date I opened up my etsy store (see my tutorial pages). Since then I published several more in my etsy store and in two (international) bead magazines!