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Treble Clef Loom Square Stitch Advanced

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Weave up a fun bracelet for yourself using this Treble Clef loom pattern. You can use a loom or square stitch. This pattern is to create a contoured loom cuff bracelet, measuring 2" across at the widest point. The thin part of the strap measures about 1" across. This is an advanced pattern - you should know how to increase and decrease in loom or square stitch to make this bracelet. Included in this PDF is a full color pattern image, delica bead number and bead count needed, a large easy to print black and white symbol graph, and a word chart. You'll only need 3 different colors of delica beads to make this stunning bracelet. Exact Delica manufacturer number is included in the PDF. Feel free to use seed beads or delicas you have on hand that are similar to the suggested colors, have fun with it! Finished bracelet will measure 2" across at widest point by 7.5" long, of course you can make it smaller if you have a tiny wrist. You should be comfortable with loom, as there are no instructions on looming included. You MAY sell bracelets made from this pattern. Shocker, right? Yes, I would love for you to sell bracelets made from my pattern, but please give credit to the designer! You shall not distribute or share the tutorial, nor teach a class from this tutorial. This pattern is copyright 2013 Joanna Curley. Happy beading! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Loom or Square Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 2" (At widest point) X 7-1/2"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3 colors Delica beads
  • beading needle
  • beading thread

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Unique You
My name is Joanna, and I have been bead weaving for over a decade (how time flies). I love creating with those tiny seed beads...it's time consuming but very rewarding!