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Double Duty Bracelet Project

Part Number:PROJ-0040
Double Duty Bracelet Project
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About This Project

Double Duty Bracelet, 7 and 1/2"

This piece gives the feel of a woven bracelet. Beautiful colors that can be worn all year long! Very lightweight and versatile!

- Susie Henderson

  1. Cut 2 pieced of wire, about 10" each. Crimp to end of 2-strand clasp.
  2. Add beads in this order: 3mm silver, 4mm silver, 2-hole Czech glass, seed bead, rondelle, seed bead. Repeat for a total of 13 2-hole Czech glass pieces. Crimp to clasp.
  3. Using head pin, add 3mm silver, seed bead, rondelle, seed bead and silver. Wire wrap to end of clasp.
  4. Using head pin, add 3mm silver, rondelle, 3mm silver and wire wrap to end of clasp

Chinese Crystal Rondelle Bead Strand, Smokey Quartz, 6x8mm
Designer Czech Glass Dagger Bead Strand, Dark Peridot
Miyuki 8-311, Topaz Gold Luster
Silver Plated 2-Strand Slide Lock Clasp, 16 x 6mm
Silver Filled 3mm Round Beads, Bag Of 25
Silver Filled 4mm Round Beads, Bag Of 10

Author Susie Henderson
Susie Henderson
Auntie's Beads Co-founder & Jewelry Designer

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Great Project!
I made several of these, all with different color daggers, rondelles, and seed beads. But, to help keep costs down, I used Elonga stretch cord instead of applying a multi-strand clasp. Either way, very pretty!
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Reviewed by:  from High Point, NC. on 6/8/2013
5 Stars
Double Duty Bracelet
I have made six of these for gifts. I made two each with Turquoise Picasso, Rose Opal, & Dark Peridot. I used a 2-strand slide lock clasp on three of them and 2 loop toggle clasps on the other three. They directions were very easy to follow and it was easy to adjust the length for 6 inch to 7.5 inch wrists.
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Reviewed by:  from Cousins Island, Maine. on 9/29/2012

Questions and Answers

Q: how many rondelle beads did it take for this double duty bracelet?
Asked by: eva - 11/7/2014
A: I counted from the picture about 26 beads.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (11/11/2014)

Materials and Supplies Used in This Project:

8/0 Topaz Gold Luster Miyuki Seed Beads
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Silver Filled 3mm Round Beads, 25pc
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Silver Filled 4mm Round Beads, 10pc
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