Lucky Pig Bracelet

Featuring Bead Gallery Beads  from the halcraft collection
Designed by Molly Schaller  

5 20x30mm amazonite slice beads (15165)
13 6mm silver plated snowflake rondells (12116)
6 6x8mm silver plated faceted rondels (84971)
1 Bali-style silver plated copper with coral accents pendant (90208)
1 Lucky Pig dyed howlite machine carved pendant (90595)
 1 silver finish lobster clasp
1 silver finish 6mm jump ring (12961)
2 silver finish #2 crimp tubes (305B-121)
12” flexible beading wire

Wire nippers
Crimping pliers

Level of difficulty: beginner

Time: under 30 minutes

Tip: Play around with the length of the bracelet so that it fits your (or the intended recipient’s) wrist.

1. Cut the Bali style pendant’s loop to release the coral accent bead.
2. Remove the top portion of the bail from the lucky pig pendant and pass a jump ring through the loop of the remaining bail. Close the jump ring.
3. Pass the flexible beading wire through a crimp tube, the loop of the lobster clasp, and back through the crimp tube.
4. String 1 snowflake rondell, 1 faceted rondell, 1 snowflake rondell, and an amazonite slice bead. Repeat this step four more times.
5. String 1 snowflake rondell, 1 faceted rondell, 1 snowflake rondell, the Bali bead with coral accents, 1 snowflake rondell, and a crimp tube.
6. Pass the wire through the jump ring with the lucky pig pendant and back through the crimp tube. Crimp the tube and trim excess wire.

Molly Schaller loves beading, knitting, gardening, bookbinding, and being with her family and pets, which include 3 cats, a flock of 12 hens, and a jaunty rooster named Kernel.

She’s always on the lookout for new ways to express her creativity and help others learn to tap into their creativity as well!