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Corinth Bracelet Tutorial



1. Put a stop bead onto the end of the thread leaving a couple inches for the tail. Pick up one of the Miyuki cubes, a couple lighter colored seed beads, a couple darker colored seed beads and a Potomac crystal bicone. Add on 2 dark seed beads, 2 lighter seed beads and another cube. Use a ladder stitch to add another cube to sit beside the last cube. 2. Watch the Corinth Bracelet tutorial to follow along with Anna’s step-by-step directions to complete the column pattern of the beaded bracelet. 3. When you have reached the desired length of bracelet, it’s time to add the clasp. Line up the clasp, bring the needle through the bridge thread at the end of the bracelet and clasp loops to attach. Glue the Potomac crystal long oval into the clasp. The Corinth Bracelet is a fun project to bead and would make a gift that’s sure to be appreciated. You can find any of the materials needed at PotomacBeads.

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