How To Make a Purple Tanzanite Beaded Bracelet
If you’re new to jewellery making, then do not worry, this bracelet is perfect for beginners as we will explain all the essential techniques and teach all the skills from scratch. Once you have mastered this bracelet, you will have the knowledge and skills to be able to start making and designing your own jewellery.
Attaching a clasp, opening a jump ring, Attaching a callotte
Wire Cutters, Flat Nose, Round Nose
Follow step-by-step instructions
Cut a piece of Tigertail approximately 25cm long and attach a calotte to one end. Now thread on your 6/0 Seed Beads and 6mm Czech Faceted Round Glass beads, you can do this in any order you like. I have kept to this pattern;
3 seed beads, Czech 6mm Faceted, 3 seed beads, Czech 6mm Faceted etc.
Once you have threaded all your beads on, attach a calotte on the opposite side and snip off any excess Tigertail.
Cut a piece of Tigertail approximately 25cm long and attach calotte to one end. Now thread on your pearls, your 8mm Czech Faceted Round Glass beads and your 6mm Swarovski bicones, again this can be in any order you like however I used this pattern:
6mm Bicone, Pearl, 8mm Czech Faceted, Pearl, 6mm Bicone, Pearl, 8mm Czech Faceted etc.
Once you have threaded all you beads on, attach a calotte to the end of your tiger tail and cut off any excess.
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