Bracelet with Swarovski® Crystals

STEP 1
Mix Devcon® 5-minute Epoxy according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Apply a layer of adhesive to the center of one 14mm rivoli setting drop. Press a 14mm light turquoise luminous green rivoli into the setting.

Set the drop aside to dry.
STEP 2
Cut a 3-foot length of FireLine® thread then thread a beading needle onto one end. String a tension bead onto the needle, leaving a 6-inch tail.
STEP 3
String the following onto the needle:
  • Two light turquoise luminous green 3mm Swarovski rounds
  • One silver-plated 3mm brass square round
  • Two Swarovski 3mm rounds
STEP 4
Pass through all the Swarovski rounds again, skipping the silver-plated square round. This results in a small square of Swarovski rounds.
STEP 5
String four 3mm Swarovski rounds. Pass through the first two rounds just added. Pull the beads taut to bring this new square of beads up snug against the previous square.
STEP 6
String one 3mm square round. Pass back through the last two Swarovski rounds the needle exited. Pass through the closest round from the previous square of beads. Pull the thread taut.
STEP 7
String one square round. Pass through the last two rounds added in the last square of beads. Pull the thread taut.
STEP 8
Repeat Steps 5 - 7 until you reach the desired length.
STEP 9
String the following onto the needle:
  • Two 3mm Swarovski rounds
  • Two light turquoise luminous green 4mm Swarovski rounds
  • Two light turquoise luminous green 6mm Swarovski rounds
  • The loop of the rivoli drop created in Step 1
STEP 10
Pass the needle through the loop of the rivoli drop again. Pass back through the Swarovski rounds added in Step 9 and adjacent beads within the stitched beads to secure. As an option, a knot may be tied for more security.

Trim any excess thread.
STEP 11
Thread the tail at the beginning of the bracelet onto the beading needle. Pass through the loop of a stainless steel 15x11mm oval lobster claw clasp. Pass through the loop twice more. Pass back through beads within the stitched section to secure. As an option, a knot may be tied for more security.

Trim any excess thread.

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