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Want to make your own Beadloom Bracelets?

Weaving bracelets with miyuki beads is a super fun technique that you can use in all kind of ways! You can think of the best patterns yourself or copy one of our many examples.

In this video we show you exactly how to make a miyuki beadloom bracelet.

Used materials
- Jewel loom beadloom
- Miyuki delica's 11/0
- Beadloom needle
- C-lon thread
- Tube endcaps
- Jewelry glue
- Lobster clasp
- Chain

In the blue bracelet are the following colors:
- Opaque white
- Light sky blue
- Sea opal
- Galvanized gold

How many beads and rows do you need?

If you use 11/0 delica beads you can count about 6 beads per centimeter in length. For measuring the wright size of your bracelet take your wrist size minus 2,5cm for the clasp and endcaps.
E.g. if your wrist is 17cm you need 14,5cm of beads. 14,5 * 6 = 87 rows (can slightly vary how tight the beads are woven)

Need some pattern inspiration? Check out this pinterest board with loompatterns

Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)

How to Make a Miyuki Woven Beadloom Bracelet

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Want to make your own Beadloom Bracelets?

Weaving bracelets with miyuki beads is a super fun technique that you can use in all kind of ways! You can think of the best patterns yourself or copy one of our many examples.

In this video we show you exactly how to make a miyuki beadloom bracelet.

Used materials
- Jewel loom beadloom
- Miyuki delica's 11/0
- Beadloom needle
- C-lon thread
- Tube endcaps
- Jewelry glue
- Lobster clasp
- Chain

In the blue bracelet are the following colors:
- Opaque white
- Light sky blue
- Sea opal
- Galvanized gold

How many beads and rows do you need?

If you use 11/0 delica beads you can count about 6 beads per centimeter in length. For measuring the wright size of your bracelet take your wrist size minus 2,5cm for the clasp and endcaps.
E.g. if your wrist is 17cm you need 14,5cm of beads. 14,5 * 6 = 87 rows (can slightly vary how tight the beads are woven)

Need some pattern inspiration? Check out this pinterest board with loompatterns

Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)

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