How To Make A Three-In-One Wrap Bracelet

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How To Make A Three-In-One Wrap Bracelet

by Jennifer and Kitty O’Neil

The O’Neil Sisters

Running With Sisters

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Three-In-One Wrap Bracelet

Materials
7” Dyed Imperial Jasper, 5mm (About 30 beads)
7” Fresh water pearls, 5mm (About 30 pearls)
7” Brown wood rondelle, 3mm (About 64 beads)
13 Antique copper filigree round beads, 8mm
Bead stringing wire, 19-strand
Copper hook clasp with loop
2 Copper jump rings
2 Copper crimp beds
2 Copper clamshell bead tips

Tools
Chain-nose pliers
Wire cutters
Bead bugs (optional)
Ruler

Steps
1. Cut a 30” piece of bead stringing wire. Place a bead bug on one end (or a piece of masking tape).

2. Start with a copper bead, then feed on the pearls. Mix 3 of the antique copper beads in with the pearls. Feed on until you have 7” beaded.

3. Add a copper bead. Then feed on the jasper beads. Mix in 3 of the antique copper beads. Bead until you have 7” of the wire covered.

4. Add a copper bead. Feed on the wood beads. Mix in 3 of the copper beads. When you have 7” beaded, add one more copper bead.

5. Slide a clamshell bead tip on the end of the wire. Then slide on a crimp bead. Crimp the bead. Close the clamshell over the crimp. Trim with wire cutters.

6. Close the loop on the clamshell bead tip. Use a jump ring to attach one side of the clasp to the clamshell bead tip.

7. Slide the beads down to the finished end. Slide a clamshell bead tip on the end of the wire. Then slide on a crimp bead. Crimp the bead. Close the clamshell over the crimp. Trim with wire cutters.

8. Close the loop on the clamshell bead tip. Use a jump ring to attach the other side of the clasp to the clamshell bead tip.

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Cheers,
Jennifer & Kitty

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