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How to make a bracelet with Ginko beads - bracelet diagram tutorial

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How to make a bracelet with Ginko beads - bracelet diagram tutorial

Items (9)
Qty
Price
Toho Size 8 Round Seed Beads Transparent Light Sapphire 10g 300pcs
8TR13
1
Out of stock
Sapphire AB SuperDuo Twin Hole Beads 2mm x 5mm 10g
SD0016
1
Out of stock
Silver Plated Jump Rings 6mm 0.8mm Thick Pk50
F0720
1
Out of stock
Toho Size 11 Round Seed Beads Glow in the Dark, Grey/Green 10g
11TR2725
1
Out of stock
CrystaLove™ crystals / glass / faceted round / 4mm / indigo / lustered / 100pcs
S4876
1
Out of stock
TOHO™ / Round / 15/0 / Inside Color Rainbow Lt Yellow / Capri Lined / 10g / ~1400pcs
U7963
1
Out of stock
Lobster clasp / with soldered ring / 14mm / silver / loop 1.5mm / 10pcs
U5454
1
Out of stock
Total Cost
£8.15

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Information about project:

How to make a bracelet with Ginko beads - bracelet diagram tutorial

Designed by: Magda Dec

Difficulty: Intermediate

Rating:

Ginko beads have a rich palette of colours and an interesting shape, but not everyone would have created designs with them. So, we have something completely new for you. A Bracelet diagram created especially for you by Magda Dec. So, if you want to try your hand at beading, we invite you! You will see how to make a GINKO bracelet. It's perfect for every day and on holidays. Just change the colours of the beads. You certainly won't be disappointed.

If you have a moment of time and desire, then place your beads on a tray and make a bracelet with GINKO beads together with Magda. It is extremely pleasant, and the end result will surprise you! It looks really beautiful!

Supplies


Step 1

It's best to do the work without extending the thread, so you'll need a thread about 1.2 metres long. Add a stopper bead.  Thread the beads like below: 

Ginko, CrystaLove, Ginko, TOHO 11/0 one by one.

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Repeat step 2 and you will get the desired length of the bracelet. Remember that the clasp will also add some length to the bracelet.

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Step 3

Thread on a TOHO 8/0 and a TOHO 11/0, pass the needle through the Ginko bead. With the  TOHO 8/0 bead you can immediately attach a jump ring.

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Step 4

Now it's time for the other side of the bracelet. We already have Ginko beads and we just need to fill in he gaps using CrystaLove and TOHO 11/0.

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Step 5

Thread three TOHO 15/0, a clasp, another three TOHO 15/0, then go through the Ginko and CrystaLove beads. 

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Step 6

Take TOHO 15/0, three SuperDuo, TOHO 15/0 and make a circle through the CrystaLove bead. Then thread through Ginko, TOHO 11/0, Ginko and CrystaLove.

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Step 7

Repeat the previous step around the bracelet.

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Step 8

Go through TOHO 15/0, three SuperDuo, then through the second Superduo hole.

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Step 9

Thread a TOHO 11/0 and go through a SuperDuo. Thread a TOHO 11/0 again and go through a SuperDuo. Thread a TOHO 15/0, CrystaLove, TOHO 15/0 and go through a SuperDuo. As shown in he diagram below:

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Step 10

Repeat the addition of beads along the entire length of the bracelet.

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Step 11

Go through the second SuperDuo hole, two more SuperDuo, a TOHO 15/0. Then go through CrystaLove, Ginko, TOHO 11/0, TOHO 8/0, TOHO 11/0, Ginko, and CrystaLove.

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Step 12

Repeat steps 9-12.

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Step 13

Once you have completed your bracelet, make a knot, go through a few beads and cut the thread.

Step 14

Remove the stopper bead from the other end of the thread. Thread the needle, then make a knot, again pass through a few beads and cut the thread.

Step 15

What better way to relax and unwind than with a tray of beads, a cup of tea and a group of like minded people? Our Facebook Page is the ideal place to go to share with the beading community. Whether you want to chat, exchange ideas or show us your works of art.... All are welcome to join

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