Pixelated Bracelet Tutorial



  • Pixelated Bracelet (DIY Tutorial)
In this video tutorial from The Potomac Bead Company, Allie teaches you how to make her "Pixelated" bracelet design using Czech 2-hole Kite beads. Find a list of products used with links here in the description.

Materials Used To make The  Project

Quick Project Steps

Prepare Your Materials: Gather kite beads in three colors and 15/0 seed beads. Cut a 5-foot length of beading thread, threading it through a size 10 needle, adding a stop bead at the end.
Base Pattern Creation: String kite beads in your chosen color pattern, focusing on the short side of the beads for the initial row.
Building the Pixelated Design: Switch to adding beads through the longer, narrow side, incorporating 15/0 seed beads as connectors between kite beads. Alternate colors according to your pattern.
Adding the Clasp: Once the desired length is achieved, add the two-strand clasp at both ends of the bracelet, using 15/0 seed beads to integrate the clasp seamlessly.
Finishing Touches: Work back through the bracelet, adding 15/0 seed beads between the outer holes of the kite beads to solidify the design and reinforce the clasp.
Final Inspection and Adjustment: Ensure the bracelet fits comfortably and make any necessary adjustments. Tie off and burn down excess thread.

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