Bracelet with Copper Beads and Swarovski® Crystals

STEP 1
Pass an 8mm copper jump ring through four closed 6mm nickel silver jump rings, then close. Repeat to add a second 8mm jump ring.
STEP 2
Pass an 8mm jump ring through two of the previously added 6mm jump rings and two new closed 6mm jump rings, then close.

Repeat to create a 2-2 chain with a total of 15 sets of 8mm jump rings, ending with a set of 6mm jump rings.

Add one 8mm jump ring to the set of 6mm jump rings on each end of the chain.

Add a 4mm jump ring to the 8mm jump rings on each end of the chain.
STEP 3
Add two 6mm jump rings to one side of each set of 8mm jump rings in the chain. Repeat to add two 6mm jump rings to the opposite sides of the sets of 8mm jump rings.
STEP 4
Cut two 10-inch lengths of Accu-Flex® professional-quality beading wire.
STEP 5
String a crimp and an Accu-Guard™ wire protector onto the beading wire. Pass the beading wire back through the crimp. Pull the beading wire so the crimp rests snug against the Accu-Guard leaving approximately 1/4 inch of beading wire on the end. Crimp, trim the excess wire and add a crimp cover.
STEP 6
String one iridescent purple 6mm round onto the beading wire then pass through the first set of two 6mm jump rings added to the side of the chain.
STEP 7
String one 9x4mm copper oval then pass through the next set of 6mm jump rings on the side of the chain.

Repeat once.
STEP 8
Repeat Steps 6 and 7 four more times then string one 6mm round.
STEP 9
Repeat Step 5 to secure the end of the strand.
STEP 10
Repeat Steps 5 - 9 with the second length of beading wire and second side of chain.
STEP 11
Use a 4mm jump ring to attach both beaded strands and the chain to one half of an end bar with lobster claw clasp.

Repeat to complete the opposite end of the bracelet.

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