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Colors in motion bracelet

Create bold yet flexible waves of color with a variety of right-angle weave techniques

Work rows of cubic right-angle weave to provide a sturdy base for rolling ribbons of color. Attain these shapely lines by alternating rows of regular right-angle weave with increase right-angle weave.

SUPPLIES 

  • Cool-tone bracelet colors: 11/0 seed beads
    • A (matte blue AB; eclecticabeads.com)
    • B (T11-3990, emerald color-lined teal; whimbeads.com)
    • C (11-149, transparent aqua; eclecticabeads.com)
    • D (T11-928, rainbow rosaline/opaque purple-lined; beadaholique.com)
    • E (11-151, transparent cobalt; eclecticabeads.com)
    • F (11-574, dyed lilac silver-lined alabaster; eclecticabeads.com)
  • 2-strand clasp
  • 4 5–6 mm jump rings
  • nylon beading thread, size D 
  • beading needles, #12
  • 2 pairs of pliers

Choose colors that are close together on the color wheel to blend harmoniously across the width of the bracelet. See the project PDF for more color options.

INSTRUCTIONS

Tip!
Time-saving tip! Stitch a single layer of peanut beads in flat right-angle weave to achieve the same thickness as the cubic right-angle weave base of 11/0s.

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