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    How to make a Bohemian Bracelet with Miyuki Delica's

    This bracelet may seem complicated, but is actually very easy to make yourself! With our big collection of Miyuki delica's, you can make a lot of different color combinations.

    Start by cutting 10 pieces of nylon thread at about 25cm. Hold the 10 strands together and string 2 big crimp beads. Next you can string one part of the toggle clasp and put the 10 strands back into the 2 crimp beads. make sure that the clasp can still move a bit, so don't make it too tight. Lastly squeeze the crimp beads till they are secured. 

    Now it is time to string the Miyuki delica's. To make it a little easier, you can grab one strand and tape the other 9 to the table. Choose some nice colors and start threading the beads! With about 110 - 115 beads, you will have a nice length for the bracelet. When you finished one strand, make a knot and tape it to the table aswel. When all the strands are done, you have to put them trough the crimp beads all at once. 

    Finishing the bracelet is a little difficult, but you can do it as follow: 
    Make sure to remove all the knots from the strands and hold them together. String 2 big crimp beads and the other side of the toggle clasp onto the 10 threads. Go back into the 2 crimp beads and squeeze them until they are secure. Make sure to leave enough room for the clasp to move a little. Cut the rest of the nylon thread as close to the crimp beads as possible. Now your bracelet is ready to wear!

    Used materials:

    Crimp beads gold 3,5mm
    Stainless steel toggle clasp golden 18mm
    Nylon thread 0,3mm
    Miyuki deilca's 11/0 galvanized gold
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque red
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque light sky blue
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque luster denim blue
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque dyed maroon
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 duracoat opaque light squash

    Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

    Enjoy creating! 

How to make a Bohemian Bracelet with Miyuki Delica's

This bracelet may seem complicated, but is actually very easy to make yourself! With our big collection of Miyuki delica's, you can make a lot of different color combinations.

Start by cutting 10 pieces of nylon thread at about 25cm. Hold the 10 strands together and string 2 big crimp beads. Next you can string one part of the toggle clasp and put the 10 strands back into the 2 crimp beads. make sure that the clasp can still move a bit, so don't make it too tight. Lastly squeeze the crimp beads till they are secured. 

Now it is time to string the Miyuki delica's. To make it a little easier, you can grab one strand and tape the other 9 to the table. Choose some nice colors and start threading the beads! With about 110 - 115 beads, you will have a nice length for the bracelet. When you finished one strand, make a knot and tape it to the table aswel. When all the strands are done, you have to put them trough the crimp beads all at once. 

Finishing the bracelet is a little difficult, but you can do it as follow: 
Make sure to remove all the knots from the strands and hold them together. String 2 big crimp beads and the other side of the toggle clasp onto the 10 threads. Go back into the 2 crimp beads and squeeze them until they are secure. Make sure to leave enough room for the clasp to move a little. Cut the rest of the nylon thread as close to the crimp beads as possible. Now your bracelet is ready to wear!

Used materials:

Crimp beads gold 3,5mm
Stainless steel toggle clasp golden 18mm
Nylon thread 0,3mm
Miyuki deilca's 11/0 galvanized gold
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque red
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque light sky blue
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque luster denim blue
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque dyed maroon
Miyuki delica's 11/0 duracoat opaque light squash

Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

Enjoy creating! 

How to make a Bohemian Bracelet with Miyuki Delica's

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    How to make a Bohemian Bracelet with Miyuki Delica's

    This bracelet may seem complicated, but is actually very easy to make yourself! With our big collection of Miyuki delica's, you can make a lot of different color combinations.

    Start by cutting 10 pieces of nylon thread at about 25cm. Hold the 10 strands together and string 2 big crimp beads. Next you can string one part of the toggle clasp and put the 10 strands back into the 2 crimp beads. make sure that the clasp can still move a bit, so don't make it too tight. Lastly squeeze the crimp beads till they are secured. 

    Now it is time to string the Miyuki delica's. To make it a little easier, you can grab one strand and tape the other 9 to the table. Choose some nice colors and start threading the beads! With about 110 - 115 beads, you will have a nice length for the bracelet. When you finished one strand, make a knot and tape it to the table aswel. When all the strands are done, you have to put them trough the crimp beads all at once. 

    Finishing the bracelet is a little difficult, but you can do it as follow: 
    Make sure to remove all the knots from the strands and hold them together. String 2 big crimp beads and the other side of the toggle clasp onto the 10 threads. Go back into the 2 crimp beads and squeeze them until they are secure. Make sure to leave enough room for the clasp to move a little. Cut the rest of the nylon thread as close to the crimp beads as possible. Now your bracelet is ready to wear!

    Used materials:

    Crimp beads gold 3,5mm
    Stainless steel toggle clasp golden 18mm
    Nylon thread 0,3mm
    Miyuki deilca's 11/0 galvanized gold
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque red
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque light sky blue
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque luster denim blue
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque dyed maroon
    Miyuki delica's 11/0 duracoat opaque light squash

    Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

    Enjoy creating! 

How to make a Bohemian Bracelet with Miyuki Delica's

This bracelet may seem complicated, but is actually very easy to make yourself! With our big collection of Miyuki delica's, you can make a lot of different color combinations.

Start by cutting 10 pieces of nylon thread at about 25cm. Hold the 10 strands together and string 2 big crimp beads. Next you can string one part of the toggle clasp and put the 10 strands back into the 2 crimp beads. make sure that the clasp can still move a bit, so don't make it too tight. Lastly squeeze the crimp beads till they are secured. 

Now it is time to string the Miyuki delica's. To make it a little easier, you can grab one strand and tape the other 9 to the table. Choose some nice colors and start threading the beads! With about 110 - 115 beads, you will have a nice length for the bracelet. When you finished one strand, make a knot and tape it to the table aswel. When all the strands are done, you have to put them trough the crimp beads all at once. 

Finishing the bracelet is a little difficult, but you can do it as follow: 
Make sure to remove all the knots from the strands and hold them together. String 2 big crimp beads and the other side of the toggle clasp onto the 10 threads. Go back into the 2 crimp beads and squeeze them until they are secure. Make sure to leave enough room for the clasp to move a little. Cut the rest of the nylon thread as close to the crimp beads as possible. Now your bracelet is ready to wear!

Used materials:

Crimp beads gold 3,5mm
Stainless steel toggle clasp golden 18mm
Nylon thread 0,3mm
Miyuki deilca's 11/0 galvanized gold
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque red
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque light sky blue
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque luster denim blue
Miyuki delica's 11/0 opaque dyed maroon
Miyuki delica's 11/0 duracoat opaque light squash

Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

Enjoy creating!