Vertebraid Tutorial / Instructions

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Braid a beautiful cord with doubled strands of silver wire, then finish it off to create a bangle bracelet or smaller sections of braid with cones and a loop for linking. This is a great technique to showcase big-hole slider beads like the ones that fit Pandora bracelets. It is faster than Viking Knit and you don't need to use a drawplate, and the braid can be adapted for use with leather cord (last photo). If you want practice braiding wire first, check out my Braided Copper Bangle tutorial.

This tutorial includes detailed, step-by-step instructions with high-quality color photographs and a materials list. The PDF can be downloaded instantly after payment is completed.

Check out my other jewelry tutorials, including the Braided Copper Bangle:

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Jan 15, 2018 by silvia Paris
The instructions are very clear and easy to follow.
Jul 25, 2017 by Lindsi Price
Very easy to follow - Thank you!!
Jun 12, 2017 by laure99
Can not wait to get started!
Jan 19, 2017 by xxsilviaxx
I like very much the explanation of this tutorial !
Dec 22, 2016 by Manuèle Derreumaux

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