Knotted Spirals bracelet pattern






Pattern 8
£5

The pattern contains instructions for the knotted bracelet shown above, and has five variations of a spiral rope and how to turn these into a necklace, bracelet and earrings.

The spiral rope stitch can be very useful to use if you have seed beads that are not consistent lengths, as you will pick up more than one at once so they just need to form the same length in total.

You will need sizes 8 and 11 seed beads for each rope, plus for some variations you will also use 4mm round beads or bicones, size 6 seeds, 3mm or 6mm bugle beads, or stone chips. Plus you will need a necklace or bracelet clasp, earring hooks, jump rings with two pairs of pliers to attach them with, and a beading needle and thread.

31 pages. 30 clear computer-drawn diagrams. 21 photos including 14 of finished work.
Stone chip bracelet. This also works with 4mm crystals.




All these bracelets are made in exactly the same way, just using different beads.



Earrings. You can make these using any of the five spiral rope patterns.


Small changes make a big difference.


You can mix and match the ropes to form the knotted bracelet, or make both halves identical.


Any of the five ropes can be made long enough for  a necklace.



Three ropes can be plaited together to make a bracelet.



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