Corner Square Bracelet Tutorial



  • Corner Square Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Learn to create a stunning Corner Square Bracelet with PotomacBeads in this DIY jewelry-making tutorial. Using bugle beads, 11/0 and 15/0 Miyuki seed beads, 3mm pearls, and a rhodium-plated clasp, this step-by-step guide will teach you the right-angle weave technique to form intricate squares. Customize your bracelet with different color combinations and materials for a unique look.

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The designer's suggested colors & materials:
  • Miyuki Bugle - Violet Gold Luster 6mm, ~ 40
  • Potomac Pearls - Antique Rose 3mm, ~ 40
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Picasso Opaque Seafoam Green 11/0, ~ 1 Gram
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Duracoat Galvanized Silver 15/0 " ~ 1 Gram
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Duracoat Opaque Hawthorne 8/0, ~ 1 Gram
  • DB0281 Miyuki Delica Beads Fuchsia Lined Crystal Size 11/0, ~ 1 Gram
  • Claspgarten Double Oyster Shell Box Push Clasp | 11mm | 1-Strand | Real Rhodium Plated (Silver), 1 Piece
  • Quick Project Steps

    Gather Materials: Collect all required beads, thread, and tools as listed above. Start the Base: Thread a needle with Dragon thread. Add a stop bead and leave enough thread for adding the clasp later. String one bugle bead, one 8/0 seed bead, and repeat three more times to form a square. Right-Angle Weave: Pass the needle through the first bugle bead and 8/0 seed bead again to form a diamond shape. Add four 15/0 seed beads around each corner, skipping the 8/0 beads. Adding Corners: Once the base is formed, add one 11/0 seed bead between the 15/0 beads at each corner to reinforce the square shape. Forming the Square: Add a 15/0 bead, a 3mm pearl, and another 15/0 bead. Repeat around each 8/0 bead. Tighten by adding a Delica bead between each pearl. Connecting Squares: Create another square by following the same steps and connecting it to the first square using the same bead weaving technique. Finishing with Clasp: Attach the clasp by sewing through the end beads and reinforcing it three times. Secure by creating a knot and trimming the excess thread.

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