Beaded Cuff Braceletcomments (0) September 3rd, 2012 in gallery
Design and make a bracelet, especially a piece of delicate beaded cuff bracelet is actually a fun and precise operation. To learn how to make beaded cuff bracelets, you may not only get a new versatile accessory, but also during the making processes your patient and the ability of focus attention can be highly developed. Then, let's start now.
How to make beaded cuff bracelets step1: main beading methods
In the whole bracelet, it can be simply divided into 10 rows (namely the letter a-j in picture).
Firstly, take a section tiger tail wire (the wire need in project maybe really long, so that you can also divide that into several parts), string Black Cube Glass Bead*1, blue Cube Glass Bead*8 and Black Cube Glass Bead*1 on the string; notice leave about 15cm space from the end;
Secondly, thread the wire from the top back to bottom. During the process, add another 5 Cube Glass Beads (black*1, blue*4).
Thirdly, lead the wire from bottom to top and remain adding beads as same as above process do;
Just repeat nearly eight times.
How to make beaded cuff bracelets step2: make the decorated blooms patterns
According to the diagram, we can read that from the NO.h8 (the8th bead in Row-h), we may start to change some blue beads with other color beads.
How to make beaded cuff bracelets step3: attach on the clasps
In this project, because I use the tiger tail wire as main string materials, so a clap is must-have finding for it can be convenient to wear and take off. In the end, leave also 15~20cm to wrap the clasp onto the bracelet. Further, do the same action to the starting portion.
Once finished the above steps, the big project has finally done! Just take another look of your beaded cuff bracelet, can you move your eyes away? Besides, the colors, types and patterns can be chosen freely according to your personalized preference. Finally, if you love it, please just focus on our pandahallstock and more free guides on how to make beaded cuff bracelets will be launched in succession.
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