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Multi Wrap Beaded Bracelet Tutorial


The ever popular multi wrap bracelets are usually made with two lengths of leather cord bound together with beads and colorful cord (see past tutorial links below).

However, the designer at Czech Beads Exclusive has created a multi wrapped beaded version using a variety of Czech beads (naturally!) - superduo, seed, rhombus diamond, candi, round beads.   The rhombus diamond beads are especially effective. She changes up the colors and beads every so often resulting in a colorful cuff-like style. You can naturally choose your own color combinations.






The seed bead sizes used are 10/0 and 7/0.  The sizes were probably chosen because they either balance the design out or fit well sandwiched between the rhombus diamond beads.  But you could try substituting with 11/0 or 6/0 seed beads.

Czech Beads Exclusive offer one click shopping for all the beads in this design. The flat rate shipping of $4.47 world wide helps!

Please note that the tutorial is in Czech. But the demo is easy enough to follow. And the bracelet will be quick to make too!

The tutorial is in two parts.

Part 1 



Part 2



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4 comments:

  1. 7/0 beads are pretty easy to find if you look for the Matubo ones, I've seen lots on Etsy and quite a few standalone online US-based bead shops (or there are some at BeadFX if you want to order from Canada).

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    1. Thanks for your invaluable tips on where to find 7/0 beads!

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  2. You know I'm into the wrap bracelets and this is a very interesting take on them. Her beading techniques are quite interesting and the results are beautiful!

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    1. Always fascinating to see the variations to making wrap bracelets!

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