Sirat Bracelet Tutorial: PDF and Video instructions

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Make this light and airy three-strand bracelet with tubular herringbone and bezeled bicones.

You'll need to be proficient in flat and tubular herringbone. I have made video demos for this bracelet, which can be found on page 2 in the PDF, under the section "Notes about this tutorial."

Language: English
Skill level: Intermediate

Supplies used in this sample:
- 1,300 (12 grams) 11/0 seed beads (base color), Permanent Finish Galv
Gold, Toho #557PF
- 80 (about 1 gram) 11/0 seed beads (accent color), Gilded Marble
Torquoise, Toho #1703
- 15 6mm bicones, Swarovski, Chrysolite Opal
- 12 4mm rounds, Swarovski, Chrysolite Opal AB2X
- 2 Size 2/0 sew-on snap clasp
- 11 Yards of Fireline, 6lb
- Size 11 - 12 beading needle

With the purchase of the tutorial you agree to the following:
- You are allowed to sell or gift any hand crafted work made from this tutorial.
- You may not sell, share, copy, distribute or give away copies of this tutorial/videos.
- You may not use this tutorial to teach a class, whether profit or non profit.
- You may not take credit or ownership in anyway for this tutorial, including any variations or modifications made

    Average review
    Large diagrams with an easy to follow thread path will make this easy to do.
    Sep 13, 2017 by Kathleen Earles

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