Ocean Sunrise Tutorial



  • Ocean Sunrise Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Curb the winter blues with beading bliss. The Ocean Sunrise Bracelet features Halo® for SuperDuo®, SuperDuo®, Potomac Crystal Rounds 3mm, Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 and bold Pewter Toggle to close. Practice your Peyote Stitch and Right Angle Weave while you dream of warm, salty air and crashing waves. ⁠

Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The Designer’s suggested colors and materials for ~7.5-inch (19 cm) wrist:
  • Halo® Bead for SuperDuo - Antique Silver, ~ 10 Pieces
  • SuperDuo Beads - Nebula Turquoise Green, ~ 3 Grams
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Crystal labrador Full, ~ 2 Grams
  • Potomac Crystal Rounds 3mm - Montana AB, ~22 Pieces
  • Pewter Toggle -Silver Leaf & Grape, 1 Piece
  • Quick Project Steps

    Prepare Materials and Tools Gather all materials listed. Thread two needles with .006 Wildfire Beading Thread. Attach the Clasp Thread the needles through the clasp loop twice. Add two 15/0 seed beads on each needle. Pass one needle through a crystal from right to left and the other from left to right. Reinforce by threading back through the seed beads and clasp. Begin the Bracelet Pattern Add two 15/0 seed beads on each needle. Add a SuperDuo bead, crossing the needles through opposite holes. Continue adding beads in the sequence: seed beads, SuperDuo, and crystals as instructed. Incorporate Halo SuperDuo Beads Add 15/0 seed beads and SuperDuo beads to position Halo beads. Use Peyote Stitch to attach Halo SuperDuo beads. Continue the Pattern Repeat the pattern, alternating bead positions as shown. Ensure the bracelet length matches your wrist size. Finish the Bracelet Attach the clasp similarly to the initial steps. Reinforce and weave in the thread ends securely.

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