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Leather Lasso Bracelet Project

Part Number:PROJ-SS-195
Leather Lasso Bracelet Project
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About This Project

A simple, easy project, this bracelet works up in no time at all and is so easy to wear. I used distressed brown leather because I love blue and brown together, but you can use any color 5mm round leather your heart desires.
Author Shanna Steele
Shanna Steele
Auntie's Beads Designer

  1. To make a 7-and-1/2 inch bracelet, you will want to cut your leather so it measures just over 10 inches in length. If you want your bracelet larger or smaller than that, leave your leather 12 inches so you can adjust the length accordingly.
  2. Double the leather over so the ends line up perfectly. Slide your spacer on the leather and move it as far up the leather as it will go, leaving a loop to use as your closure.
  3. If you need to adjust the length of your leather, wrap the bracelet around your wrist to see how it is going to fit. Keep in mind that you will need to allow about 1/4 inch for the inside of the finding. Cut the leather to your desired length. If you have already cut your leather, apply a dab of Zap-a-Gap to the inside of the finding. Put both ends of the leather inside the finding. Allow a few minutes dry time.

Tools and Materials Needed:

5mm Round Leather Cording, Distressed Brown (10 to 12 inches)
Antique Silver Half Bracelet Finding for 5mm Leather
Licorice Brand Hammered Oval Spacer Bead, 8x13mm
Cutting tool such as Nipper tool or scissors

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Simple to make & classy
This bracelet is So easy to make. My 2 bracelet buddies & I wear this with another bangle or charm bracelet. We make mostly leather wrap and stone with toggle closure bracelets and really like this combination of both styles.
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Reviewed by:  from Murfreesboro TN. on 8/28/2014

Questions and Answers

Q: How do you get zap a gap off of your fingers?
Asked by: Judy Wilkinson - 12/16/2014
A: Oh...I did chuckle at this question...because I have not found a tried and true way yet. I have used rubbing alcohol and have peeled it off my fingers for days after. I have also used a pumice or grainy cleaner to try and scrub it off.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (12/22/2014)
Q: Do you have other 1/2 cuff silver findings?
Asked by: Gwen Regehr - 7/14/2014
A: We also carry this one that is used with two pieces of 2mm round leather:
As demonstrated in this project:
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (7/15/2014)
Q: I have three small leather bracelets I bought in Mexico and I would like to hook together. What is that clasp on your bracelet near the button? Thanks, Karen
Asked by: karen - 8/5/2014
A: Below the project we list all of the items used in the project. I believe the item you are asking about is this: http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Licorice-Brand-Hammered-Oval-Spacer-Bead-8x13mm_p_21466.html
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (8/6/2014)
Q: Where do you find the silver "clasps"?
Asked by: Judy - 10/31/2014
A: If you look below the project, we have a product listing of each of the components used in the project:
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (11/4/2014)

Materials and Supplies Used in This Project:

Beadalon Semi-Flush Cutters
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