Right Angle Bangle Bracelet Beading Pattern
- Learn how to make a beaded bangle bracelet with this easy-to-follow right angle weave (RAW) beading pattern.
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Right Angle Weave (RAW) Beaded Bangle Bracelet Pattern #146
You can't go wrong with this Right Angle Bangle tubular bracelet that's both beautiful and easy to throw on (great for when you're running out the door)! Wear just one for a simple, pretty look, or make a bunch of them in complementary colors and wear them all together for a bigger, bolder, attention-grabbing look! This simple yet versatile design, which uses just two types of beads, can be made using either 3mm beads and 11/0s for a thinner, more delicate bangle, or 4mm beads and 8/0s for a more substantial bangle. Either way, you can't go wrong (when it looks so right : )
This tutorial, which contains over 85 high-resolution full-color photos and easy-to-follow step-by-step directions, has been completely reworked so it's easier. Instead of stitching up the bracelet as a right angle tube (which can be very challenging for anybody), I now have you make the bracelet flat and then turn it into a tubular bangle at the end - so much easier, and more fun! So, whip some up and throw them on – it will feel so right when you do. Thank you for shopping Simple Bead Patterns, and as always, bead happy!
DIY jewelry making beading pattern by Cara Landry
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