A Gift Simply For The Joy Of It
The Twin™, a new two-hole seed bead product from the PRECIOSA Traditional Czech Beads brand, enables the interesting, effective and very simple connection of strung rows of seed beads and beads. The simple oval and round shapes of the seed beads create a fine net where the carefully chosen colors create the impression of a spider’s web with dewdrops. Try it yourself and make yourself a summer bracelet just for the joy of it.
|String 16x R 10/0, 1x T and thread the line through all of the seed beads one more time. This will create a circle which you should tighten well and finish with a surgeon’s knot. Pull the end of the line into the rocaille holes on the left hand side of the circle. Pass the line through the second hole of the T, string 2x R 10/0, 1x R 8/0, 2x R 10/0 and 1x T through one hole and then back through the second hole. Repeat this procedure 18 times to achieve the standard length of the bracelet. After completing the first row, string 5x R 10/0, 1x PB 6 mm and 1x R 10/0, thread the line back through the pressed bead (PB) and the nearest R, string 4x R 10/0, thread the line through both T holes, string 2x R 10/0, 1x T and 2x R 10/0, thread the line through the outer T hole and through five seed beads from the first row, string 2x R 10/0 and continue once again through the seed beads in the direction towards the last rocaille through the PB.|
|Thread the line through the second hole in the outer T and then string 2x R 10/0, 1x T, 2x R 10/0 and 1x T through one hole and then back through the second hole, repeat this procedure 18 times like when stringing the first row, including the procedure for ending the row with the pressed bead.|
The bracelet consists of eight strung rows, so it is necessary to repeat the entire stated procedure one more time. If you wish to have a narrower bracelet, you can terminate the stringing after the second, fourth or sixth rows.
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