Easy Right Angle Weave Bracelet DIY

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If you’re just getting started to explore with bead and wire, try making this pretty pink and green bracelet. This design makes a great gift for a girlfriend with the approaching of Valentine’s Day!

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Step 1: Supplies:

8mm Transparent Acrylic Beads

6mm Green Crystal Beads

3mm Round Seed Beads

Crimp Bead

Lobster Claw Clasp

0.38mm Tiger Tail Wire

Wire Cutter Pliers

Side Cutting Pliers

Step 2: Prepare the Wire

Cut a length of tiger tail wire to approximately 80cm. string the jumpring on clasp to its center and anchor with a crimp bead.

Step 3: Make the Bead Flower Bracelet Pattern

1st, take the two wire ends to pass through one 3mm round seed bead from different directions. Pull the wires tightly;

2nd, on the left wire, string: one 6mm bicone crystal bead, one 3mm round seed bead and one 8mm transparent acrylic bead; on the right wire, string one 8mm transparent acrylic bead only;

3rd, pass two wire ends through one 3mm seed bead from two directions;

4th, on the left wire, string one 8mm transparent acrylic bead only; on the right wire, string: one 8mm transparent acrylic bead, one 3mm round seed bead and one 6mm bicone crystal bead;

5th, pass two wire ends through one 3mm seed bead from two directions;

Step 4:

6th, repeat the processes 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th to get a comfortable length.

Step 5: Complete the Beaded Bracelet

1st, grab the remaining wire ends, slide one crimp bead, then thread through the matching jumpring on clasp. Finally, pass back through crimp bead. Tighten the wire and squeeze the crimp bead with pliers;

Step 6:

2nd, get the leftover inches of wire stuck by threading through adjacent beads according to the beading path.

Step 7: Done!

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DorothyF7

2 years ago

I really like this but I'm confused. This is "AllFreeJewelryMaking" yet I would have to pay to d/l the pattern. Please explain this! Like I said this is a great design but?????

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Ednawj

3 years ago

I made this bracelet and I was very pleased with the way it looked. I am a beginner and it was very beginner friendly.

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earleybird

4 years ago on Introduction

DaisyD you have made a beautiful bracelet, thank you for sharing it. The instructions are so clearly explained that even I feel confident about having a go at making one of these. Thank you once again for your generous share ;-)

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AkbeadnutJ

4 years ago on Introduction

This is a very simple instruction but the choice of your beads makes it very beautiful. I also like that you used the stronger stringing material instead of fireline or other such material. The results is worthy of a gift to someone special. Thank you for sharing your masterpiece.