Baby's Breath Bracelet Tutorial



  • Baby's Breath Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Learn how to make a stunning Baby's Breath Bracelet with our DIY jewelry-making tutorial. In this video, we guide you through the steps to create a delicate bracelet using Potomac Pearls, Potomac Crystal Round Beads, Miyuki Delica Beads (Size 11/0), and a Claspgarten Disc Box Push Clasp. Perfect for both beginners and experienced beaders, this tutorial will help you master the two-needle technique and create a beautiful piece of jewelry that you can customize with different colors.

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The designer's suggested colors & materials:
  • Potomac Pearls - Cream 8mm, 9 Beads
  • Potomac Crystal Round Beads - Crystal 4mm, 60 Beads
  • Miyuki Delica Beads Gilt Lined White Opal Size 11/0, ~2 Grams
  • Claspgarten Disc Box Push Clasp with Swarovski Crystal | 12mm | 1-Strand | Real Platinum Plated (Silver), 1 Piece
  • Quick Project Steps

    Setup: Cut a 4-foot piece of thread. Thread two size 10 beading needles, one on each end of the thread. Attach the clasp by threading both needles through one end of the clasp, ensuring equal thread length on both sides. Start Beading: Add one 4mm crystal bead to both needles, pulling it to the end. On each needle, add two Delica beads, one 4mm crystal, and three Delica beads. Crisscross through an 8mm pearl, with one needle going from left to right and the other from right to left. Continue Pattern: Add three Delica beads to each needle. Add one 4mm crystal bead to each needle. Crisscross through the next 4mm crystal bead. Repeat: Repeat the pattern of adding Delica beads, crystals, and pearls until you have used nine pearls for a standard size bracelet. Finish the Bracelet: Add the final beads to match the starting pattern. Attach the other side of the clasp by threading both needles through the clasp and back through the beads. Optionally, add an extra layer of crystals on top by repeating the pattern in reverse. Secure the Thread: Reinforce the bracelet by threading back through the beads and clasp multiple times. Tie off the thread ends and trim them with a thread burner or scissors.

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