Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Simplicity - beaded bracelet - free pattern! :)

Just as I promised yesterday, I've got for you the free tutorial for a beaded bracelet. "Simplicity" is yours now. ;)



You will need:
6mm round beads
SuperDuo beads
4mm fire polished beads
8/o seed beads (2 pcs)
11/o seed beads
Your favourite beading thread
Beading needle size 10
2 x metal jump rings (optional)
A clasp of your choice
This tutorial ;)


The exact number of beads depends on your individual desired length. For a 15cm (6") long bracelet (without the clasp) I needed 15 x 6mm beads.


The bracelet is 2,5 cm (1") wide.


1. String 1 x 6mm round bead and 1 x 8/o seed bead. Pass back through the 6mm bead as shown in the left picture.
2. String 1 x 11/o seed bead, 3 x SuperDuo beads, 1 x 11/o seed bead and pass again through the 6mm round bead. Repeat the entire step one more time, so your beadwork looks like in the right picture..

3. String 1 x 4mm fire polished bead and 1 x 6mm round bead.
4. Repeat step 2 for the current 6mm bead.
5. Repeat steps 3-4 until you have reached the desired length of the bracelet.
6. Pick up 1 x 8/o seed bead, pass back through the 6mm bead, then pass through the beads so your thread is exiting from the just added 8/o bead.
7. Pick up 2 x 11/o seed beads and pass through the upper hole of the nearest SuperDuo as shown in the picture.
8. Pick up 1 x SuperDuo and pass through the upper hole of the next SuperDuo from the previous round. Repeat one more time.
9. Pass through the upper hole of the nearest SuperDuo as shown in the picture.
10. Repeat steps 8-9, ending with step 8, until you have reached the end of the bracelet.
11. Pick up 2 x 11/o seed beads and pass through the 8/o seed bead.
12. Repeat steps 7-11 on the other edge of the bracelet as shown in the picture. At the end pass through the first 2 x 11/o seed beads added in this round.

13. Pick up 3 x 11/o seed beads and pass through the upper hole of the nearest SuperDuo added in the previous round, as shown in the picture.
14. Pick up 1 x 4mm fire polished bead and pass through the upper hole of the next SuperDuo bead.
15. Pick up 1 x 11/o seed beads and pass through the upper hole of the nearest SuperDuo as shown in the picture.
16. Repeat steps 14-15, ending with step 14, until you have reached the end of the bracelet.
17. Pick up 3 x 11/o seed beads and pass through the 2 x 11/o seed beads, 1 x 8/o bead, 2 x 11/o beads as shown in the picture.
18. Repeat steps 13-17 on the other edge of the bracelet. At the end pass through the first 3 x 11/o beads added in this round.

19. Pick up 3 x 11/o seed beads and pass through the nearest 4mm fire polished bead.
20. Pick up 4 x 11/o seed beads and pass through the next 4mm fire polished bead.
21. Repeat step 20 until you have reached the end of the bracelet.
22. Pick up 3 x 11/o seed beads and pass through 5 x 11/o seed beads, 1 x 8/o bead, 5 x 11/o beads as shown in the picture.
23. Repeat steps 19-22 on the other edge of the bracelet.

24. Insert a jump ring inside the 8/o beads on both sides of the bracelet or make beaded loops, attach a clasp, make and secure the knots, trim the remaining thread and enjoy your new beaded bracelet.
CONGRATULATIONS! :)

And one more thing for the end... I hope you enjoyed making this bracelet and the tutorial was helpful for you. I will be happy to receive some feedback, and if you have any suggestions what should be changed in this tutorial, feel free to contact me. If you are going to show this bracelet on your blog or any other website, please give me a credit for being the author of this pattern.

Happy beading!



Author: Justyna Szlęzak, Eridhan Creations
eridhan.blogspot.com
Unauthorized copying and/ or commercial use prohibited
Copyright by Justyna Szlęzak 2014


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The printer friendly pdf file with the whole instruction is available here on Etsy.

Disclaimer: Please do not sell the items you made from the free tutorials. If you want to sell the items, please purchase the pdf files I offer on Craftsy and Etsy - that gives you the right for selling your creations. Thank you.

20 comments:

  1. It is very beautiful.
    LG Rita

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  2. Hallo and thank you very much!
    I love the pattern!
    Greetings
    Birgit

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  3. Podziwiałam Twoje bransoletki w poprzednim wpisie, ale dopiero ta skradła moje serce, uwielbiam takie zestawienie kolorystyczne! A tutorial bardzo klarowny, lubię takie:)
    Pozdrawiam ciepło!

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  4. Hello and thank you very much! I love your pattern, their are great!
    Greetings
    Petra

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  5. Muchas gracias Justyna, no sabes que ilusión me hace tener este tutorial tuyo, te mando muchos besos.
    Marián
    http://missbisuteria.blogspot.com

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  6. Thank you so much. The pattern is great.
    Greetings Angela

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  7. Thank you. I am looking forward to making this.

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing once again!

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  9. Preciosa amiga,mil gracias por el esquema ,es realmente bonita.
    Besos

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  10. Dear Justyna,

    thank you for this beautiful free pattern!

    Take care,
    Nicole

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  11. muito obrigado por compartilhar

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  12. Thank you for the pattern it is terrific!

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  13. Justyna, so sorry about your news. I was thrilled to find your blog, your patterns are so beautiful. I understand about your decision for the chemo, sometimes we have to make a choice between quantity of life and quality of life. I vote for quality every time. I would be most happy to put you on my prayer list. God Bless!

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  14. Thank you very much! Gorgeous bracelet, lovely tutorial. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  15. Thank you so much for this beautiful bracelet tutorial!! I used 4mm bicones and green pearls through the middle. Soooo pretty!! :)

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  16. Thank you for this beautiful bracelet tutorial. I used bicones and green pearls through the middle and it turned out so pretty!! :)

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