Square Stitch Bracelet Tutorial


Square Stitch Bracelet Tutorial


Square Stitch Bracelet Tutorial
Square Stitch Bracelet Tutorial

This Square Stitched Bracelet Tutorial is the perfect project for beginners who want to learn how to square stitch. The colors embedded into this bracelet scream summer. The white seed beads outlining the turquoise really make the bracelet pop. Gold is the new silver and this bracelet totally proves that trend. This unique gold chain that connects the clasp to your wrist is double stranded, which gives it that layering effect (which is another huge trend). This bracelet encompasses the latest and hottest jewelry trends, which is why you need this in your jewelry collection!

From the blogger: "Do you want to learn the square stitch of bead stitching? These easy to follow instructions will get you on your way to creating multiple pieces of jewelry in a very short time. The square stitch is simple and repetitive. This beautiful turquoise and white bracelet takes a minimal amount of time but gives back a maximum amount of chic. Your friends will be amazed at your beading skills with this stitch. Change up the colors and you can create a variety of bracelets. You’ll be surprised at all the different looks you can do with this stitch."

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Bead TypeSeed

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeBracelet


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I have wanted to learn this stitch and what better way then by making this pretty bracelet? It's going to be very easy because of the well written directions and pictures. It's a step by step instructional project. And once done I will be able to use it for so many other projects.

The square stitch looks and sounds much more complicated than it is. There are great photos included to help understand the written instruction. I love that chains were added, in addition to a clasp. It breaks up the piece a bit, and gives this bracelet a unique, edgy look.


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