Overlapping Olive and Rose Bracelet
Put some glitter and glam into your style with the help of the Overlapping Olive and Rose Bracelet. When you make this DIY bracelet, you will learn how to work with bead stitching to create a delicate chain effect. Colorful crystals embellish the simple seed bead loops for some gorgeous and cheerful trim. This bracelet pattern is ideal for anyone who wants some practice with bead stitching. Also, while this bracelet design is perfect for beginners, the result will do an experienced jewelry crafter proud.
Project TypeMake a Project
Bead TypeCrystal, Seed
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Bead Technique UsedStitched
Bead Project TypeBracelet
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Dec 06, 2017
When you click your link to get the pattern you are directed to the site that has the pattern. When the page first loads up, you are greeted with this message Just a little note before the tutorial. I don't know if you heard this. There are some hackers attacking LJ communities especially the large ones. What they do is hacking into the mod lj, and making the post about moving the comm to other places with new links. If you see this ... DON'T CLICK THE LINKS. They're virus.
Jun 19, 2017
It says easy but it sure doesn't look easy. I am just starting out doing bead weaving so I am a bit shaky. I don't think. Can do this yet. But I will keep this as saved until I have built up more confidence. It's so pretty. I love the colors just the way they are shown too. Thank you for sharing this.
Feb 07, 2017
15 It looks as if a crossweaving technique is used in this. It looks and sounds much more difficult than it is. I didn't see any mention of the seed bead size beads used. I'll use a smaller size (seed and bicone) than shown/mentioned to reduce the width. Lay out your bicones in the order you want to use them, then there's no confusing your pattern. I've made several like this, none with a border this wide though. They are always stunning.
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