Golden Ivory Spike Bracelet |

Golden Ivory Spike Bracelet

Products used in project:

Golden Ivory Spike Bracelet

Information about project:

Golden Ivory Spike Bracelet

Designed by: Katrina

Difficulty: Beginner


Use Swarovski Crystal Spike Beads like any other twin hole to make an elegant bracelet, ideal for a wedding or a special occasion! Ready? Let's Create!

You can add all the items you need to your basket by clicking the box in the 'Products used' section above, or you can let your imagination run wild and choose your own materials from the links below. Please note that the colours for the products illustrated in the image above may not match the 'Products List'. 

Remember - our tutorials are for inspiration and learning purposes. They include links to the relevant categories for you to choose your own colour combinations and we positively encourage you to experiment with different shapes, sizes, finishes, composition and texture. Why not choose your own beads to achieve something in your own style? Let your imagination run wild and make your dream piece of jewellery.

Step 1

Cut an armspan of thread. Thread a needle onto both sides of the thread and string on your lobster clasp to the centre. Now add two seed beads on either side. Add another seed bead to one side and cross your other needle through it.

Step 2

Add two more seed beads onto each side before passing both needles through each side of a spike bead.

Step 3

Thread 2 seed beads onto each of the threads. Pass both threads through a single seed bead. Thread another 2 seed beads onto each of the threads. Add another square bead onto the threads. It should look like a small X shape between the square beads). Repeat this until your bracelet is the length you require. Remember to allow for your clasp.

Step 4

At the end of your bracelet, finish the end of your cross with two seed beads. Then add another five seed beads onto one thread and pass the needle through the other beads on the opposite side.

Step 5

Continue to weave the tail threads into your design, tieing a few half-hitch knots along the way. Once you are happy that your bracelet is secure, cut off your threads.