Beaded Channel Cuff Bracelet Tutorial

Beaded Channel Cuff Bracelet Tutorial




Looking to add a touch of elegance to your style? Check out this tutorial for a beaded channel cuff bracelet. This bracelet features IrisDuos and silver seed beads for a beautiful finish. 


1. Thread two needles onto the thread. Put 5 seed beads onto the thread. Pick up 3 copper IrisDuos with both needles, each separated by a seed bead on each needle. Then pick up 2 gold IrisDuos, each separated by a seed bead. Continue the pattern with 1 copper IrisDuo, then 1 gold, 2 copper, 3 gold. All separated with seed beads. Continue the pattern until you have the length of the cuff. It should be about 36 IrisDuos. 


2. Watch the Beaded Cuff bracelet tutorial to see how Bridgette decorates the sides of the IrisDuos with seed beads.  


3. Burn down any thread ends. Glue the beads using Loctite glue.  


The beaded cuff bracelet is a fun and unique way to show off your style. You can use the rhodium channel cuff to create a variety of looks, from simple and elegant to fun and funky. You can find all the supplies you need to make your own beaded cuff bracelet at We have a wide selection of beads and findings to choose from, so you can create a bracelet that is truly one-of-a-kind. Whether you are looking for a gift for a friend or a special treat for yourself, a beaded cuff bracelet is a great way to add a personal touch to your jewelry collection.