Ayers Rock Bracelet Tutorial



  • Uluru (Ayers Rock) Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Who knew a few strands of beads could become so much more?!? Fusing the trending beadwork of Miyuki Tilas with picturesque landscapes, this Uluru (Ayers Rock) Bracelet is built to last and bring brightness to your day! Features include color combinations inspired by Australian terrain, a loop closure that makes it easy to put on and take off--no tools required, ladder stitch detail that creates a beaded grid design, and more!

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Learn how to make the Ayers Rock Bracelet with this PotomacBeads tutorial. This beautiful bracelet gets its name from the Ayers Rock formation in Australia, and it's just as stunning! Plus, the intricate design is actually quite simple to create. So, even if you're a beginner, you can easily make this bracelet.
1. Put a stop bead onto about 5 feet of thread using a size 10/12 needle. Pick up four Delica beads and let them drop to the stop bead and thread on four more Delicas bringing the needle up through the first four. Then bring the needle down through the current four. Add another set of four then put on a Tila bead.
2. Watch the Ayers Rock bracelet tutorial to follow Allie’s step-by-step directions to continue the pattern with crystals added in.
3. Once the clasps are in place and reinforced, burn down the thread ends.
This Ayers Rock bracelet is a real statement piece. You can easily make it wider by adding another row to the pattern, and the colors are so beautiful that it's perfect to give as a gift. But don't forget to treat yourself, too! Buy your beads and get started on this amazing bracelet today.
Enjoy using this jewelry-making bead tutorial video to help you become a more creative and happier beader!

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