Beading tutorial pattern. Knotted Spirals bracelet pattern 8. Jewellery seed bugle twisted spiral rope stitch. Bracelet necklace earrings.
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Knotted Spirals bracelet pattern 8.
Beading level: suitable for beginners.
The tutorial contains instructions for the knotted bracelet shown in the first picture, and has five variations of a spiral rope and how to turn these into a necklace, bracelet and earrings. It's a very detailed tutorial, is easy to follow and is suitable for beginners.
The spiral rope stitch can be very useful to use if you have seed beads that are not consistent lengths, as you will pick up more than one bead at once to form the outer loops so they just need to form the same length in total. It's a really versatile design and I use it a lot.
Zoom in on the first picture for more colour variations. You will make two separate ropes for this knotted bracelet so it's easy to mix and match the patterns and colours, or just make both the same. Each rope is stitched together at the ends so you don't need any sort of unusual clasp or connector. You can make a bracelet using just a single rope, or make it longer for a necklace. This rope is really good for holding any large sort of pendant, including bought ones.
You will need sizes 8 and 11 seed beads for each rope, plus for some variations you will also use 4mm round beads or bicones, size 6 seeds, 3mm or 6mm bugle beads, or stone chips. (Not all at once!) Plus you will need a necklace or bracelet clasp, earring hooks, jump rings with two pairs of pliers to attach them with, and a beading needle and thread.
31 pages. 30 clear computer-drawn diagrams. 21 photos including 14 of finished work.
Please note that this is a digital tutorial supplied in PDF format and you will NOT receive a paper copy nor any jewellery or materials. As soon as your payment is confirmed, Etsy will send you an email containing a link to download the PDF.
Please visit me over on my website at www.sparklealittlebiteveryday.com/patterns where you will find all my other patterns including some free ones that you can download instantly. Patterns purchased from the website rather than Etsy will be emailed to you as soon as I get the sale notification, usually the same day. (Sorry it's not a clicky link.)
You are welcome to sell any items you have made using this pattern but you are not permitted to sell or distribute the pattern itself, including teaching, or copy it in whole or in part.
Copyright (c) 2017 Paula Caddick. All right reserved.
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I used to think the same thing, actually. They seem so expensive. Why is it so much? Why would someone pay £5 or £8 or even more for a pattern, however unique the design, when they could buy an entire book for under £20?
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The pattern is explained in far greater detail than the patterns you'll find in most books. I draw masses of diagrams for each pattern to show you exactly what to do, so you can't go wrong. And if I ever find I've made a mistake in one of them, I'll correct it and send you a new copy.
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Copyright (c) 2018 Paula Caddick. All rights reserved.
You are welcome to sell any items you have personally made using my patterns but you are not permitted to sell or distribute the pattern itself or copy it in whole or in part, including teaching. Wholesale manufacture is not permitted without prior written permission from me.