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Geometric Japanese Bracelet

By: BeeJang from Bead Tutorial
Updated September 17, 2018
Geometric Japanese Bracelet
This image courtesy of bead-tutorial.livejournal.com

The Geometric Japanese Bracelet balances delicacy with stunning bead stitching. The bracelet pattern uses a variety of beads, which makes it an ideal stashbuster. The elegant use of long beads allows for flexibility in the bracelet pattern, and the technique is ideal for those who are new to stitching. You can wear this bracelet with almost any outfit imaginable, so if you love a symmetrical design, grab your beading stash! Learn how to make a bracelet that's sure to become a jewelry staple.

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Bead TypeSeed, Crystal, Miscellaneous

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeBracelet

Easy

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Yes, part of the instructions are under cut and so are the pictures. It states that right at the beginning on the page the get pattern here link takes you to. That page also includes links to the magazine, pictures of the bracelet, and instructions for the bracelet but the links are dead and have been deleted.

It looks like some instructions are missing. Is this made using two needles? The first instruction says to add specific beads "to each thread", but doesn't tell you how to start. I really like the design, but don't know how to get started.

Hi sfohlin 2898561, we're sorry you're having trouble getting started. This pattern is actually made without beading needles. You can get started by stringing the first two seed beads into the center of your nylon beading thread. Then you will string the next beads onto either end of the first two seed beads. Once you cross each end of the nylon thread through the seed beads at the end of the first motif, you will have the small circle shown in the first picture. We hope this helps you get started! Please feel free to share a photo with us if you finish this bracelet, we would love to see it! - Editors of AllFreeJewelryMaking

I like your version better than the one in the book!

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