Danish Delight Tutorial



  • Danish Delight Bracelet & Earrings- DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
In this video from PotomacBeads, Allie teaches you how to make Rita Ritskes' 'Danish Delight' bracelet and earrings. Allie made a mistake when creating this tutorial, accidentally recording this pattern instead of Rita's 9th place 'Madame Butterfly' bracelet. Don't worry, that one will come now that she had realized her mistake!

Materials Used To make The  Project

Quick Project Steps

The vintage copper, bronze and metallic olivine colors give the Danish Delight bracelet a lovely sheen that looks great when worn casually or formally.
1.Using a size 12 needle, put a stop bead onto about 5 feet of .006 Wildfire thread, leaving about 10 inches for the tail. String through the wider part of a Nib-Bit and a crystal bicone. Repeat once more and add another Nib-Bit. Pick up an AVA bead through the pointed end then add on another 3 Nib-Bit separated by crystals. Pick up another AVA through the point and bring the thread and needle back up through the first 3 beads to create a loop.
2.Watch the Danish Delight Bracelet tutorial to follow along with Allie’s step-by-step directions to create the design of the flower shaped components of the beaded bracelet.
3.Create a loop out of seed beads at one end of the project. Sew back through to the back of the bracelet and tie off. On the other end, remove the stop bead. Add a cup button and reinforce. Take the thread to the back of the project and burn down the end.
It would be easy to create a pair of matching earrings for the Danish Delight Bracelet by using the component design. Give a set to a friend, jewelry makes a great gift that’s sure to be appreciated.

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