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Here is my newest leather tutorial…the five (and seven!) row leather bracelet. . This is a stand alone tutorial, in that you do not need any of my other tutorials to make this bracelet. This tutorial shows you all the secrets to create a fabulous 5 or 7 leather bracelet. I know the tutorial looks long, but this is actually 2 tutorials in one!
If you want this bracelet to wrap around your arm a few times, just double (or triple) the materials and make it longer….although I recommend that you make your first bracelet wrap around your wrist just one time to keep things a little simple. Included in the tutorial is a materials list, a tools list, and a supplies list, so you can create the same bracelets I do. Check my site, as I will be selling kits for both the five and the seven row leather bracelets soon.

Tutorial is sent via email automatically just a few minutes after you purchase!

**Please do not distribute, copy or sell this tutorial. Instructions are for personal use only, and not intended for mass production. However, YOU, the buyer of this tutorial, are allowed to sell what you create!**

Materials for the 5 row (7 row):
*Leather: 4.5 feet (6 feet) of .5mm or 1mm leather cording
*Selection of glass beads: 4mm or 6mm faceted fire polish Czech glass and 8/0 seed beads. I used 6mm fire polish and 8/0 Miyukis 8277 Lime lined crystal AB and 8c2780 cut Seafoam lined crystal AB (6mm Czech glass squares, 4mm landscape jasper, and 8/0 czech glass beige Picasso and green Picasso cut) for the tutorial.
*Thread: Nymo size D or C-lon size Micro (thread color SHOULD match leather color)
*Button: 5/8” in size (or larger) must have shank large enough for 4 strands of 1mm leather to pass through

Tools:
Scissors or clippers
needle (I use a #10 short)
glue, must dry clear and must be suitable for both leather and metal



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Feb 28, 2016 by sunflooded
Love the tutorial. Thank you!
Oct 27, 2014 by polina
Great tutorial. I look forward to trying it!
Aug 26, 2014 by Jeanette Blix-Ryan
Wonderful tutorial!!!!! Can't wait to try it!!!!
Jul 3, 2014 by Angela Hartman
Very thorough instructions, easy to follow!
Jan 11, 2014 by Jodie Gordon

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