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Siroun Bangle Beading Tutorial


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This is the most popular of my patterns by now:) All you need is size 11seed beads, 6mm faceted rounds (80-90), needle and thread and some free time to create! You also need to have some experience with seed beadweaving, know how tie the knots and add thread. The step-by step instructions with clear explanations are easy to follow and once you figure out the basic stitch the bracelet doesnt take too long. That means you can stitch a couple of them, if you want, and to experiment with colour combinations. Following this tutorial, you will make a bangle that has 6-7 cm inner diameter. To make bigger or smaller bangle, simply adjust the number of Czech beads. You can sell the items you make following my instructions, but mass production is not permitted. Credit for the design (even if a only a part of your finished piece) should be included in your listing description and photos in your blog or anywhere on internet. You can NOT teach this tutorial or distribute or resell it in any form, digital or printed. The tutorial is only for you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Starting the beadwork - attaching a stop bead, adding new thread, experience with seed beads, finishing - tying half-hitch knots. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS With 76 fire polished beads, you will make a bangle with 6cm inner diameter. For larger bangle, use more fire polished beads.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 76 (or more for larger bangle) 6mm Czech fire polished beads, 5g 11 seed beads, beading thread (Fireline)
  • Beading needle, scissors, beading mat

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SashaSi - Beading Tutorials
SashaSi - Beading Tutorials
Welcome! My name is Sasha and I live in Galway, Ireland. I am a passionate bead weaver. Exploring the endless possibilities of tiny little glass beads brings so much joy and colours! I really enjoy sharing my knowledge by teaching locally in Galway and selling my tutorials on-line, as well as sharing tutorials for free in my blog I hope you will like my tutorials and they will inspire your own explorations! Happy beading!