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Flat Spiral Stitch Video, Part 2

Part Number:VIDEO-0008

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.

Karla Schafer, Auntie's Beads Designer

Materials and Supplies Used in This Video:

TierraCast Antique Silver Pewter 2-Loop Heirloom Toggle, 14mm
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Fireline Fine Smoke 6 lb Thread, 125 Yards
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Fireline Fine Crystal 6 lb. Thread, 50 Yards, .008
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Classic Nipper Tool
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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Very Nice!
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!
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Reviewed by:  from CA. on 10/31/2012
5 Stars
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!
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Reviewed by:  from IN. on 11/16/2010
5 Stars
Great information
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!
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Reviewed by:  from Syracuse. NY. on 4/22/2010
5 Stars
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.
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Reviewed by:  from Jamestown, ND. on 4/13/2010
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