Peridot Perfection DIY CUff Bracelet

Designed by Molly Schaller
featuring Bead Gallery Beads from the Halcraft Collection 

Materials:
4mm green iris coated hematine octagons (15223)
4mm pyrite metallic coated Czech glass fire-polished faceted rounds (15402)
4mm olivine transparent Czech glass fire-polished faceted rounds (15406)
1.5x4mm gold tone nugget rondels (12535)
6mm light olivine AB transparent Czech glass fire-polished faceted rounds (15546)
2x4mm gold iris hematine square rondels (15224)
6mm antique brass plated smooth rounds (12075)
8mm olivine AB transparent Czech glass fire polished faceted rounds (13473)
6 loops of gold tone memory wire

Tools:
Round-nose pliers
Memory wire shears

Level of difficulty: Beginner

Time: 1-2 hours

Tip: Always use memory wire shears to cut memory wire. The tough wire will blunt your normal beading nippers.

Instructions:
1. Using round-nose pliers, make a loop at the end of the memory wire, bending the memory wire in the opposite direction of natural curve of the memory wire.
2. String 14mm pyrite metallic coated faceted round and 3 4mm green iris coated hematine octagons. Repeat 12 more times, then string one more 4mm pyrite metallic coated Czech glass fire-polished faceted round.
3. String 1 4mm olivine AB faceted round, 1 gold tone nugget rondel, 1 6mm light olivine AB faceted round, and 1 gold tone nugget rondel. Repeat 13 more times. String 1 4mm olivine AB faceted round.
4. String 2 2x4mm gold iris hematine square rondels, 1 6mm brass round, 2 gold iris hematine square rondels, and an 8mm olivine AB faceted round. Repeat 9 more times. String 2 gold iris hematine square rondels.
5. Repeat step 3. Repeat step 2.
6. Repeat step 1, making a loop to secure the beads on the memory wire.
 


Molly Schaller is a beading designer and craft industry consultant who loves beading, knitting, gardening, bookbinding, and being with her family and pets. She’s always on the lookout for new ways to express her creativity and help others learn ways to tap into their creativity as well!



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