Gleam Bangle Tutorial



  • Gleam Bangle - DIY Stackable Bracelet Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Presenting the first to come in the stackable bangle series - Allie's Gleam Bangle! Because what could be better than a wonderful beaded bangle woven together with tubular peyote stitch?!? You will want to immediately leap into action with this trendy design that rotates between fun, beautiful Potomac Crystal Bicone colors. Be sure to stay alert for more tutorials coming soon with the end goal of filling your stackable jewelry collection!

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Quick Project Steps

This PotomacBeads tutorial shows you how to use a Tubular Peyote stitch to create a brilliant beaded bangle. Have fun with colors as you design your Gleam Bangle.
1.Put a size 11/12 needle onto .006 Wildfire beading thread. Pick up eight 11/0 seed beads and bring the needle back through the first 6 beads. This will form a circle for you to begin the Peyote stitch.
2.Watch the Gleam Bangle tutorial to follow along with Allie’s step-by-step directions to create this beaded bangle.
3.Line up the two ends of the bracelet, making sure that there are no twists throughout the length. Sew the two ends together using beads from each side to form a Peyote stitch.
Make multiple Gleam bangles in different colors to wear as a stackable set or give them as gifts. Who doesn’t love receiving new jewelry?

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