Though this stitch was brought to my attention by a customer and found by one of our designers, it has quickly turned into my favorite. It works up fast and is easy -- so why not add a second row! This flat variation of the Spiral Rope Weave Technique just got better with the second row, so join me as I demonstrate how it is done!
Tips and Tricks
Go especially slowly and carefully in the beginning when your thread is longest, to avoid knotting up your thread.
Thanks for this video instruction Karla! It is so clear and easy to follow. Made one for myself and I get a lot of compliments.Im planning to make more for friend and relatives. Is is possible to make a 3rd row of this bracelet? Hope you make a video for a matching necklace and earring.:) [Designer's Note]: you can make a third row. Just proceed as you did when you created the second row and attach your work to a 3 strand clasp. Karla will work on earring designs and hopes to have an upcoming video on that soon. Thanks!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Lolit from CA.
This is my favorite item I have made from this website! I used black for the rounds and the seed beads and used the siam crystals and it turned out beautifully. I am already planning another one with a third row. Or I thought about increasing the sizes of the beads to make it a little bigger. Thanks for another great video!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Sarah from IN.
I knew how to do the flat spiral but had seen someone''''s bracelet with more than 1 row. This was so easy to pick up that I made mine with 3 rows, clear beads and spring colored cyrstals. Love it!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Kathy from Syracuse. NY.
Be Careful on the send row
I love this pattern. Over the past couple days I''''ve tried the single row and double row patterns. I think they have both turned out very well and this really is an easy stitch to use. When doing the second row be careful to go through every 4mm bicone. I missed one and it turned into a fiasco fixing it. Thanks Karla! Great pattern.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Cameron from Jamestown, ND.