Trikonasana Bracelets

September 2020 Pretty Palette Design Challenge with Molly Schaller

beaded bracelets

The Trikonasana Bracelets are part of Molly's monthly color palette challenge! Click here for more information about how you can play along with a color inspired bead kit from the Halcraft Collection!

Materials:  
Bracelet 1: Winged Heart Charm
1 winged heart charm
1 pearl teardrop
1 6mm dyed agate stone faceted silver lustered round
54 3x4mm green aqua luster faceted glass rondelles
54 3mm moss agate faceted rounds
46 4mm light aqua Picasso coated Czech glass fire-polished faceted rounds
2 head pins
3.5 loops memory wire

Bracelet 2: Wing & A Prayer
1 wing charm
1 pearl teardrop
1 3x7mm aqua iris coated hematine leaf
1 6mm dyed agate stone faceted silver lustered round
1 3x4mm green aqua luster faceted glass rondelle
66 2x3mm moss green opaque faceted glass rondelles
63 3mm aqua glass small rounds
106 1.6x2.5 olive faceted glass rondelles
2 head pins
1 eye pin
3.5 loops memory wire

Bracelet 3: Fleur de Lis
1 Fleur De Lis charm
1 pearl teardrop
1 3x7mm aqua iris coated hematine leaf
1 6mm dyed agate stone faceted silver lustered round
45 4mm green iris coated hematine octagons
66 2x3mm medium aqua opaque with RB luster faceted glass rondelles
42 4mm howlite rounds
4 head pins
1 eye pin
3.5 loops memory wire

Tools: 
Chain-nose pliers
Round-nose pliers
Wire nippers
Memory Wire sheers

Level of Difficulty: Beginner

Time:  30 minutes each bracelet

Instructions:  
Always use memory wire sheers when cutting memory wire. It will dull regular wire nippers.

Bracelet 1: Winged Heart
1. Make a simple loop at the end of the memory wire.
2. String 54 3x4 green aqua luster faceted glass rondelles, 54 moss agate faceted rounds, and 46 light aqua Picasso coated Czech fire-polished glass faceted rounds.
3. Make a simple loop to secure the beads.
4. Onto a headpin, string 1 pearl teardrop and 1 3x4mm green aqua with luster faceted rondelle. Make a simple loop.
5. Onto a headpin string 1 silver luster faceted round. Make a simple loop.
6. Attach the heart and silver luster faceted round to one loop of the bracelet. Attach the pearl teardrop to the other loop.

Bracelet 2: Wing & a Prayer
1. Make a simple loop at the end of the memory wire.
2. String 106 1.6x2.5 olive faceted glass rondelles, 63 3mm aqua glass small rounds, and 66 2x3mm moss green opaque faceted glass rondelles.
3. Make a simple loop to secure the beads.
4. Onto a headpin, string 1 pearl teardrop and 1 3x4mm green aqua with luster faceted rondelle. Make a simple loop.
5. Onto a headpin string aqua iris coated hematine leaf. Make a simple loop.
6. Onto an eye pin string 1 silver luster faceted round and make a simple loop. Attach this link to the hematine leave and connect the other loop to the loop of the bracelet.
7. Attach the wing charm and the pearl teardrop to the other loop.

Bracelet 3: Fleur de Lis
1. Make a simple loop at the end of the memory wire.
2. String 44 4mm green iris coated hematine octagons, 66 2x3mm medium aqua opaque with RB luster faceted glass rondelles, and 40 4mm howlite rounds.
3. Make a simple loop to secure the beads.
4. Onto a headpin, string 1 pearl teardrop and 1 4mm green iris coated hematine octagon. Make a simple loop.
5. Onto a headpin string 1 silver luster faceted round. Make a simple loop.
6. Onto a headpin string 1 aqua iris coated hematine leaf. Make a simple loop.
7. Onto a head pin string 1 howlite round. Make a simple loop. Onto an eye pin string 1 howlite round. Make a simple loop. Attach this link to the howlite round link and connect the other loop to the loop of the bracelet along with the silver luster faceted round drop and the fleur de lis charm.
8. Attach the leaf drop and the pearl teardrop to the other loop. 

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Molly Schaller is a craft industry consultant with a focus on design thinking, transmedia storytelling, and user experience design. She loves a variety of crafts; beading, knitting, and bookbinding are some of her favorites. 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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