Arabesque Bracelet Tutorial

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  • Arabesque Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
This video from PotomacBeads teaches you how to make Allie Buchman's "Arabesque" bracelet design. Find a list of supplies in the description below.
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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 (19 cm) wrist:
Arcos Par Puca® Beads - Crystal Labrador Full, ~32 Pieces
Rose Montees SS12 - Crystal Labrador, ~7 Pieces
Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Duracoat Opaque Delphinium, ~1 Gram
Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Duracoat Opaque Catalina, ~1 Gram
Potomac Crystal Rondelle 2x3mm - Crystal AB, ~30 Pieces
Cup Buttons - Crystal, 1 Piece

Step-By-Step Instructions

In this tutorial, you'll be learning how to make the Arabesque Bracelet from PotomacBeads. This delicate design has just the right amount of sparkle, thanks to the crystals in the center. It's perfect for an elegant night out or a casual day spent with friends.
1. Put a size 12 needle on about 5 feet of .006 beading thread. Put a stop bead onto the end of the thread. Bring the needle up the right had hole of the Arcos bead with the arc facing up. Add on 9 seed beads. Go through the right hand hole of another Arcos bead with the arc facing down. Thread on one seed bead, a crystal and another seed bead in the secondary color.
2. Watch the Arabesque Bracelet tutorial with Allie to follow her step-by-step directions.
3. Reinforce down the side of the bracelet. Tie the thread in a knot and burn the edges.
The Arabesque Bracelet from PotomacBeads is a beautiful, light bracelet that is easy to wear. The seed beads give it a tapestry look that is simply stunning. The
bracelet would make a wonderful gift for someone special. PotomacBeads has a great selection of beads in all sorts of colors, so you can really let your creativity shine with this project.
Enjoy using this jewelry-making bead tutorial video to help you become a more creative and happier beader!

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