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The Queen's Crown Beadwoven Bracelet


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Fire-polished Czech glass, tiny seed beads, and bugle beads are woven together to create a bracelet resembling the Queen's crown. This bracelet is woven in one continuous weave, which means no snipping threads to join components. This 10-page PDF tutorial includes full-color illustrations and pictures to guide you in creating your own version of this bracelet. These instructions include the materials list to create the garnet/teal version of this bracelet seen in the photos. The instructions are clear and easy to follow, and this is a perfect bracelet for the intermediate beader, or the adventurous beginner! Copyright info: This tutorial and its contents are copyrighted and are offered for personal, non-commercial use only. Please do not share, copy the whole, or parts of this tutorial or distribute any of the content in any way. Purchase of this tutorial allows the owner to create this design for personal use only. Please do not recreate a version of this design to sell. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This bracelet does not require any previous knowledge, but it's perfect for someone who already has a bit of beading under their belt, or for the adventurous beginner! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Can be woven to size.

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My name is Marcie Abney Carroll and I started creating jewelry in 2007. A simple project to repair a simple beaded ring turned into a love of all things beadwoven and beaded in general. I've recently turned my attention toward metal and can be found most nights hammering away in my garage. If you'd like to learn more about me, please stop by my blog: