Introduction: Fabric Cabochon Bracelet
Fun fabric cabochon bracelet
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Step 1: Supplies
Step 2: Glue
Paint glue on the dome side of your glass cabochon. You don't want it to where you saturate the fabric, but enough that the fabric sticks to the glass.
Step 3: Place Fabric
Place fabric over cabochon and smooth out any wrinkles. You can take the fabric and cab and put it in the palm of your hand, cupping slightly, letting the natural curve of your hand cradle the cab. Do this and 'roll' the cab to make sure that all the edges and stuck to the glue.
Step 4: Cut
Cut 0.25" inch width seam allowance around the cab.
Step 5: Glue
Place a bead of glue around the edge of the flat side of the glass cab, fold down your fabric as pictured. Once everything is glued in place, let dry then glue into the connector tray.
Step 6: Add Bracelet Edges
Add the bracelet edges as shown. Pull one part through the connectors ring. You may have trouble doing this; if that is the case, you can tread a needle and pull the thread through the leather part of the bracelet then through the connector ring. Or you can use a toothpick and push the leather edge through the ring. Be careful not to pierce your leather.
Add both sides.
Step 7: Wear and Enjoy!
Bracelet is not waterpoof or water resistant. If it gets wet lay to dry. If you get cat hair on it or lint just use a lint roller or piece of tape to clean.