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Two-Hole Bead Stitched Bracelet

By: Daisy Den from beebeecraft.com
Updated May 31, 2018
Two-Hole Bead Stitched Bracelet
Two-Hole Bead Stitched Bracelet

"Wanna try seed bead patterns? Check here! This tutorial will show you how to make a chic blue 2-hole seed bead bracelet for girls, hopefully you will like this handmade blue bracelet. Then details are as listed as below. Have you got the skills to make this blue seed bead bracelet? And how is your project going? If you have any questions, please feel free to ask or leave a comment. It's super fun to make and you can find all materials on Beebeecraft. Hope you have a good time and you are welcome to share your masterpiece with us."

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGlass, Seed

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeBracelet

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Materials List

  • 6x4mm Blue Faceted Abacus Glass Beads Strands
  • 5x3.5x3mm Light Sky Blue Two-Hole Seed Beads
  • 2mm Silver 12/0 Glass Seed Beads
  • 9mm Silver Color Spring Ring Necklace End Clasps
  • 4 10mm Iron Jump Rings
  • 0.2mm Clear Nylon Bead Stringing Thread

Instructions

  1. Cut off a long piece of 0.2mm clear nylon thread and slide three 5x3.5x3mm blue two-hole seed beads and two 2mm seed beads onto it, then cross the needle through the other hole of the two-hole seed beads.

  2. Cross the thread through the hole of the two-hole seed beads with the needle.

  3. Add one 2mm seed bead, 6x4mm blue faceted glass bead, one 2mm seed bead, three blue two-hole seed beads, one 2mm seed bead, one 6x4mm blue faceted glass bead and one 2mm seed bead onto it with the needle.

  4. Make the part a circle as in the picture.

  5. Cross a needle through the two-hole seed beads.

  6. Add one 2mm seed bead, one 6x4mm blue faceted glass bead, three 2mm seed beads, one 6x4mm blue faceted glass bead, one 2mm seed bead onto it with the needle.

  7. Make these beads around the pattern.

  8. Slide two more 2mm seed beads onto the thread and place them in the space between the two-hole seed beads.

  9. Slide a 2mm silver seed bead, 6x4mm blue faceted glass beads and a 2mm seed bead on two ends of the thread, and connect the two strands of thread by crossing them through a 2mm seed bead (as shown in the picture).

  10. Fasten the beads to the pattern to make a new pattern.

  11. Slide one 2mm seed bead, one 6x4mm blue faceted glass bead, one 2mm seed bead, one two-hole seed bead, one 2mm seed bead in the same combination as the picture shows.

  12. Continue to add the beads to make the same pattern as the first.

  13. Continue to add more of the same beaded patterns. Here 8 patterns have been finished, and you can decide the length according to your wrist size.

  14. Add jump ring and a lobster claw clasp onto the two ends.

  15. Now, here is the final look of the blue seed bead bracelet:

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I love working with these beads. By the way they are called twin beads or super duo beads. The difference is that the twin beads are more rounded on the ends and super duo beads are narrower and more pointed. You can do so much with them and they are not expensive if you check on line.

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