Work a starting circle 1. Take a fairly long strip of tiger tail wire. 2. Alternately slide 2 pieces of 3mm seed beads and 8mm pearl beads to the center location. 3. Pass the two working ends through another 8mm pearl bead. 4. Pull the ends tightly
Bead the basic pattern 1. Take the left end and then thread on 3mm seed bead*1; on the right end add on 3mm seed bead*1, 8mm pearl bead*1, and 3mm seed bead*1. 2. Thread the right end to go back through the pearl bead on the left end. 3. Tighten both ends. 4. Do the above process with the two ends. Just replace the beads added on each end. 5. Each two of the above groups form a basic pattern.
Repeat the basic pattern Repeat the above basic pattern until you reach a desired length for the entire bracelet.
Make another beaded part From the ending, repeat the basic pattern towards the starting tip.
Add on the S-hook clasp At the end, secure by tying a knot. Then, slide the bead tip and crimp bead tie another knot and then squeeze the crimp bead. Trim off excess wire and close the bead tip. Finally, add on the clasp.
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