Amity Bracelet Tutorial



  • Amity Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
You'll be pretty in pink wearing Allie's dainty Amity Bracelet! With a harmonious selection of QuadBow Beads, Arcos par Puca�, Potomac Crystal Bezeled Chatons, and Miyuki Seed Beads, a simple beaded bracelet will come to life. Using the designated beads in several variations and a 2-needle right angle weave stitch for crisscrossing will produce the friendly butterfly effect look that everyone knows and loves in designs!

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The Designer�s suggested colors and materials for ~7.5-inch (19cm) wrist:
  • Arcos Par Puca� - White Lila Gold Luster, ~ 10 Beads
  • QuadBow beads - Aztec Gold, ~ 10 Beads
  • Potomac Crystal Bezeled Chaton 4mm - Pink Opal, ~ 9 Beads
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Crystal Labrador Full, ~ 1 Gram
  • Cup Button - White Lila Luster, 1 Button
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    If you're looking for a fun and pretty spring bracelet to make, this PotomacBeads tutorial is for you! You'll learn how to work with two needles to create the butterfly designs, and the end result is so worth it. 1. Put five feet of beading thread on two size 12 needles. Pick up 36 seed beads, let them drop to the center of the thread. Pick up on more seed bead and thread both needles through it in the same direction and bring it down to the other beads. This will form a loop. 2. Watch the Amity Bracelet tutorial with Allie to stitch the design with the Pucas, QuadBows and Chatons. 3. Tie the thread off behind the button with a square knot. Thread the two ends away from each other towards the interior of the project. Burn the thread down flush. The Amity Bracelet is a great project for beaders of all skill levels. If you're a beginner, you'll get to practice your skills. And, if you're an experienced beader, you'll love how quickly this bracelet comes together. You'll love wearing this cute little bracelet out and are sure to get compliments wherever you go.

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