Bracelet Tutorial, Tutorial, Beading Tutorial, Spiral Loop Beaded Bracelet, Bracelet, Glass Bead Bracelet, DIY Bracelet

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This is an 11 page step by step tutorial full of photographs on how to make this Spiral Loop Bracelet. The spiral is a basic stitch that I have patterned into loops. You should have some experiencing beading.

There are no tools necessary with the exception of scissors and a ruler. The bracelet takes about an 1-1/2 - 2 hours (also depends upon your personal speed). The bracelet shown cost approximately $10 to make excluding the FireLine.


6lb. FireLine (waxed beading thread)
#12 Beading Needle
Toggle Clasp
6M focal bead (alternate selection 8M)
8/0 Round Seed Beads (core color)
8/0 Round Seed Beads (contrast color)
2 Cable/Stringing Thimbles

Permissions: Please do not share, copy or distribute the contents of the tutorial. You MAY sell your bracelets to celebrate your success. Enjoy!

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very nice tutorial
May 25, 2012 by A fellow maker
Mar 24, 2011 by A fellow maker

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******How to Care For Jewelry with Beaded Beads *****

My beaded jewelry can be worn every day. I condition the thread with wax to ensure the utmost strength and durability. Please do not swim or bathe while wearing these beads and remember they are made of glass.

Many of my designs have silver connections. If you wish to clean your silver back to a shine, please do not submerge the piece in jewelry cleaner. Use a cotton swab to clean around the beaded beads. When possible, clean with a silver polishing cloth. It takes a little longer, but the results will be the same.