Simply Elegant Bracelet Beading Pattern
- Learn how to make a DIY beaded stretch bracelet with this gemstone jewelry making beading pattern.
- PDF beading tutorial you can instantly download and conveniently view on any computer or portable device (and/or print out).
- Complete Materials Page that itemizes exactly what you'll need (including approximate quantities) to make the project.
- Clear, detailed instructions hold your hand every step of the way - including how to finish off to size.
- Over 20 bright, clear, close-up photos showing what to do - one photo for each and every step!
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Beaded Stretch Bracelet Beading Pattern #321
Did you know a beaded bracelet doesn't have to be complicated to be professional or classy? Our Simply Elegant bracelet is a great example! This design uses your choice of lovely semi-precious round gemstones with either one or two sparkly focal, or accent, beads to set it off. In this pattern, complete with a detailed Materials Page, Special Notes section, Color Sample Key and 20 detailed step-by-step instructions (with a close-up, full-color photo of each and every step), I'll teach beginner beaders how to properly string gemstones onto an elastic cord, tie a super secure knot, and permanently hide the knot from sight like the pros do! You'll learn which materials to use (and why), and tips on how to change up the design to suit your personal taste. Once you've finished this lovely bracelet, you'll want to whip up several more! And, you'll have the know-how and confidence to do it, and do it well!
Learn how to make a stunning bracelet for yourself (and your friends - these make terrific gifts) today! You'll get rave reviews and be well on your way to becoming a confident and skilled beader! Thank you for shopping Simple Bead Patterns, and as always, bead happy!
DIY jewelry making beading pattern by Lane Landry
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- Beading thread and needle
- Elastic stretch cord
- Gemstone beads
- Spacer bead
- Flush cutter
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Substituting with Different Beads or Beading Materials
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