Aspen Bracelet Tutorial



  • Aspen Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Can you smell the crisp mountain air? Can you feel the rest and luxury of resort life? Can you imagine this Aspen Bracelet dressing your wrist as enjoy fine dining? This stunner is the perfect piece to dress up any occasion. It features RounDuo® Mini Beads between two rows of Tubelet Beads, with a gorgeous blend of Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 and 8/0, and is finished with a Cup Button to clasp.

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Quick Project Steps

Learn how to use ladder and herringbone stitches with 2 needles to create this loom style bracelet. The ski slope lines of this Aspen Bracelet will have you daydreaming of days out on the slopes.
1. Put two size 12 needles onto about 5 feet of thread. Thread on a 15/0, an 8/0 and another 15/0. Bring both needles through the cup button so it's facing down. Add three 15/0s on both the left and right needle. Cross through an 8/0 seed bead from either direction with both needles. Make sure you have two equal lengths of thread.
2. Watch the Aspen bracelet tutorial to follow Allie's step-by-step directions to create the pattern using a ladder and herringbone stitches.
3. Once you have the desired length, add three 15/0s to both the right and left needle and then cross through a 8/0 to form a V. Make a loop with the seed beads. Tie off the threads and burn the ends off.
This bracelet is a great way to show your personality and style, and it's also a fun project to work on with a friend. The Aspen Bracelet is made with just a few simple supplies that you can find at PotomacBeads.

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