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Sunday, May 26, 2024

Some Beaded Bracelets

Yesterday I took a class offered by my bead club (Don't Worry Bead Happy, and learned to make this fun wrapped bracelet by Off the Beaded Path in North Carolina.

I chose colors from my stash and made a two-wrap bracelet. Opens were given to make it wider and longer. It was very easy and fun to make and I learned a new Peyote technique using super duos.

Apparently, it got me into a mood to bead, so I picked a project from my bead box and made this Garden Path bracelet.

It is a kit from my local bead store:  Bead World called Turquoise and Bronze Garden Path Bracelet. It was a complete kit and lots of fun to make. It was not very hard but warning, it is a two-needle project. I have had this kit for a while, so not sure if it is still available. 

Happy Beading!!!

1 comment:

gracie said...

Very nice. It has been ages since I made any bracelets. The bead shops near me closed.