Swirl Bracelet

DESIGNED BY Denise Yezbak Moore
FEATURING BEAD GALLERY® BEADS BY HALCRAFT COLLECTION 

Learn how to make this Swirl Bracelet by designer Denise Yezbak Moore featuring Bead Gallery beads by Halcraft Collection. The instructions for this beautiful Bead Gallery creation include a comprehensive list of DIY jewelry making materials and supplies from our huge inventory of beads, charms, connectors, pendants, findings, stringing materials and tools. As well as a step by step DIY jewelry making a how-to guide for creating this one of a kind statement piece. Creating beautiful jewelry is easy with HalcraftCollection.com your online bead superstore!

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BEADS & JEWELRY MAKING SUPPLIES REQUIRED

90 Bead Gallery® super bundle - wire wrapped purple glass bicone
9x14mm beads – 30pieces (19244A)
01 silver tone 15mm jump ring
01 silver tone lobster clasp
12” brown 7-ply waxed linen cording

Tools:
Beadalon classic nipper tool (JTNIP1)
Beadalon 2 slim line chain nose pliers (201A-011)
GS- Hypo Cement

Time: Less than 1 hour

Level Of Difficulty: Beginner 

Tip: You can also create this bracelet by crimping beading wire. Add a stopper bead at each end of the bracelet.

Easy To Follow DIY Instructions

1. Flatten one side of loops - On 1 end of swirl bead, press the loop down using your pliers or a hard surface. Repeat a total of 90 times. Set aside.
2. Cut 15” of cording, string lobster clap and form an overhand knot. Pull tight. Trim short strand, dab knot with glue and let dry.
3. String 90 wire wrapped beads positioning the beads as you go. They need to lay flat against each other.
4. String jump ring, move down next to beads, and form 2 simple knots around ring.
5. Trim end of cording and dab knot with glue. Let dry.
 

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Denise Yezbak Moore is a self-taught artisan who loves to create anything with a bohemian flair. She specializes in one-of-a-kind jewelry designs, photography, and social media. Denise resides in Orange County, CA with her husband and two children.