Terebridae Bracelet / Necklace Beading Pattern
- This Russian spiral stitch tubular beading pattern will teach you how to make a DIY beaded bracelet & necklace with bugles.
- 8-page tutorial - each page has 8 photos with detailed step-by-step instructions that will hold your hand every step of the way, including finishing off to size.
- Complete Materials Page that itemizes exactly what you'll need (including bead color information and approximate quantities) to make the project.
- PDF beading tutorial you can instantly download and conveniently view on any computer or portable device (and/or print out).
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Russian Spiral Stitch DIY Bracelet & Necklace #90
This fun beading technique reminds me of the long spiraling seashells you can find on the beach! Using the Russian spiral stitch, you can quickly and easily create your own stunning beaded necklace or bracelet! With over 35 high-resolution full-color photos and easy-to-follow step-by-step directions, you will be able to bring the beach to your wardrobe this summer!
This design was originally inspired by Carolyn Cave’s “Russian Wraparound” published in the October 2011 edition of Bead & Button. We modified the design by using fire-polished beads instead of 8/0s and changing the number of beads in each round, resulting in a more undulating tube. Thank you for shopping Simple Bead Patterns, and as always, bead happy!
DIY jewelry making beading pattern by Cara Landry
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- Beading thread and needle
- Seed beads
- Bugle beads
- Fire polished glass beads
- End clasps
- Flush cutter
Materials & Quantities Needed
Your purchased beading tutorial will include a detailed materials list of everything you'll need to make this project, including quantities and, in most cases, color information (see more about Bead Color Information below).
Substituting with Different Beads or Beading Materials
Many of our designs can be made using comparable beading materials. For example, if our pattern calls for 4mm round pearls, in most cases, you can use different types of 4mm round beads instead (such as 4mm round fire polished beads). Please note: If the pattern is for a bead weaving (or stitched) project, it's typically not recommended to use different sizes of beads than those recommended, as the original design may not work out as intended. You may also substitute recommended materials with your preferred brand (for example using Nymo vs. FireLine thread) unless otherwise noted for a specific reason. For example, if we specifically recommend using TOHO seed beads with a particular project, the project may not work out as well if you substitute and use Delica seed beads instead (which differ in shape).
Bead Color Information
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