You can gift seed beads bracelets to your friends and family. The special thing about it is that it’s not a mere bracelet; rather a token that compels everyone to praise and appreciate your effort – your heart most dearly embraces that.
Let’s begin first with the goods you need in order to make a seed beads bracelet:
- Seed beads – 4mm round shaped
- Nylon thread – 1mm width
- Jump rings
- Cord End
- Super glue
Step 1: Prepare threads:
- You need to take the Nylon thread, cut 3 strips each measuring about 8ocm. Then, make 3 respective groups by separating your cut pieces of strand strips.
- Take one seed beads, string onto the two external cord ends specifically.
- Now I’ll prefer you go with making a 3-strand bracelet because three strands is not only broad but looks decent; just about not too thin or thick. Therefore, braid the regular 3-strand plait.
- Repeat the process by sliding another seed beads now onto the new external cords and continue to braid a common 3-strand tress.
- Next up, continue stringing beads and braiding a 3-strand plait until you reach the desired length of 1cm less than the circumference of your wrist.
- Finally, lock up by tying one more overhand knot. Make sure you leave about 6mm and cut off all tails in excess.
- Start off by a tiny dab of super glue onto the spared 6mm part at both ends and insert them through the cord end. Take a moment to let it dry.
- Then, fix the clasp on a point via a jump ring. Thread a jump ring on the opposite end.
- String the clasp onto the jump ring and set aside to see your bracelet completed.
That was it; took not much time indeed. I will suggest that you try the tutorial first. You will definitely want some versatile jewelry design to go with in your next bracelet. There’s a lot suggestion for different techniques with the same seed beads patterns. It largely depends on the twines. You can add different claps; I know about organic clasps made up of amber, bones and a lot surprising materials. In fact, find a clasp of your name initials!
A friendship seed beads bracelet must be an exciting experience to learn. Stay tuned on this blog for more tutorials!