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How to make a SuperDuo Triple Row Bracelet - Jewellery Making Tutorial

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How to make a SuperDuo Triple Row Bracelet - Jewellery Making Tutorial

Designed by: Monika Wojdyla

Difficulty: Beginner

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Beads, beads ... Oh, these beads ... Is there a better remedy for a gloomy day or a tiring week? Of course there isn't! So all those who have not yet started this great adventure, we encourage you to do so with this tutorial, from which you will learn how to make a triple bracelet from SuperDuo beads. Perfect design and perfect beads to start with. So how are you doing? Will you be tempted? 

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Designed by Monika Wojdyla - September 2021

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We thread 2 SuperDuos on the thread.

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We take 1 more SD and stick from the bottom into the outer hole of the SD bead from the previous row. We should create a triangle made of beads, as shown in the picture.

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We tie two threads in a knot at the top.

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We pass the needle down. Through the bead hole at the top, and then pierce the outer bead hole below.

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And we thread another Super Duo bead.

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We thread another SD and pierce from the bottom to the bead from the previous row.

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We pierce the hole of the SD bead next to it and we also go through the hole of the SD that was added a moment ago.

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We thread the SD and thread into the outer hole of the previous row.

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We have a triangle like this.

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We go down the beads so that the thread comes out of the outer hole of the row with three SDs.

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We will be making the first string of beads. We thread Tohi and SuperDuo alternately. We start with toho.
We thread the amount needed for a bracelet. Remember that there will be another triangular tip from the Super duo, mounting rings and carabiners.

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I did it with a ring of beads to mount the clasp. I went through the bead loop a few times to keep the clasp firmly.

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We stab into the outer bead of the second triangle and pass the needle down.

Remember that the string should also be finished with a TOHO bead. There should be Toho at the beginning and end.

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And now we are going to add Toho between SD.

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We go to the next hole and create another string of SD and Toho beads.

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We make another row.

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Make knots between the beads with shorter threads and walk a little over the beads and only then cut them off. With longer threads, you can also make a knot on the thread between the beads and go along the perimeter of the bracelet. 

We also make a bead circle at the other end. Remember to walk through it at least twice over this loop.

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And it's ready.

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