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Rizopillar Bracelet

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Just like the caterpillar for which it is named, the Rizopillar Bracelet is long and "furry". It wraps around your wrist just like its namesake, until it is ready to morph into a beautiful butterfly or moth. "Furry" rizo beads form the "defence" mechanism that all caterpillars have. But unlike the caterpillar, the Rizopillar Bracelet is completely harmless. It will never evolve into a beautiful butterfly or moth but stay like adorable caterpillars around your wrist. Embellished right angle weave is the basis of the Rizopillar Bracelet. Rice shaped Rizo(tm) beads are woven as part of the RAW units to give the bracelet its furry look. Slinky, pliable and fluid strips sit comfortably and is closed by a cubic right angle weave column at each end with sparkly Swarovski crystals forming the toggle. All rights reserved. No part of this design, tutorial, kit and/or instruction may be reproduced, distributed or loaned for in any manner and for any reason without the expressed permission of the author. The use of this design and instruction is limited to non-commercial purposes only. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY RAW will be useful SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Width : 2.5 cm Closed Circumference : Up to 19.5 cm

Recommended with this pattern

  • Seed Beads
  • Rizo Beads
  • Swarovski crystals

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I did not start creating jewelry in the beginning. I started working with beads because I wanted to bead a pair of shoes in the style of the Peranakan (Malay and Chinese mix heritage) women who live in the South East Asian region. They have the most beautiful colors and designs and I wanted a pair of my own. Once I made the first pair, then a second, then a third. Then I discovered other kinds of beads and other methods of putting the beads together. You can say from then on there was no stopping me.