With Love Knotted Net Bracelet Tutorial



  • With Love Knotted Net Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Learn how to create a beautiful "With Love Knotted Net Bracelet" with this DIY jewelry-making tutorial by PotomacBeads. In this video, you'll master techniques using Azuki Seed Beads (Size 11/0), Potomac Pearls (3mm), Potomac Crystal Bicone Beads (3mm), Miyuki Seed Beads (Size 15/0), and a Cup Button. Follow along step-by-step to create a lacy, artistic bracelet that incorporates pearls and crystals into a stunning design.

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The designer's suggested colors & materials:
  • Azuki Seed Beads - Opaque Fuchsia Size 11/0, ~12 Grams
  • Potomac Pearls - Cream Rose 3mm, ~ 60 Beads
  • Potomac Crystal Bicone Beads - Crystal 3mm, ~ 120 Beads
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Duracoat Opaque Carnation 15/0, ~ 1 Gram
  • Cup Buttons - White Lila Luster, 1 Button
  • Quick Project Steps

    Gather Materials: Azuki Seed Beads (Size 11/0) Potomac Pearls (3mm) Potomac Crystal Bicone Beads (3mm) Miyuki Seed Beads (Size 15/0) Cup Button Create the Lacy Center Section: String 20 seed beads onto your thread, using one as a stop bead. Form a circle by passing the needle through the stop bead. Add and Connect Seed Bead Loops: Pass through 5 beads, add 5 beads, loop back through the 5th bead. Continue adding loops, connecting each new section to the central circle. Integrate Pearls: Attach pearls to the open sections created by the seed bead loops. Secure each pearl by passing the needle through adjacent beads. Embellish with Crystals: Add Potomac Crystal Bicone Beads between pearls. Use Miyuki Seed Beads to enhance the design, creating a crocheted look. Finish with a Clasp: Attach a Cup Button as the clasp. Create a loop of seed beads on the opposite end to secure the button.

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