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Right Angle Weave (RAW) Tennis Bracelet Video, Part 1

Part Number:VIDEO-0012


The Right Angle Weave is one of the most versatile stitches. I learned this variation at the request of a customer who just wasn't getting it from the written instructions. With trial and error and a size change in the beads, I mastered the pattern. So join me and learn to make your own tennis bracelet out of Hex Cut Seed Beads and Swarovski Crystal Bicones.

Crystal and Seed Bead Suggested Combinations:

Miyuki Seed Beads, Matte Black, 8/0 Hex Cut
Swarovski Crystal, 6mm Bicone, Bag of 10, Black Diamond- 14pc
Swarovski Crystal, 6mm Bicone, Bag of 10, Light Grey Opal- 16pc
Or
Miyuki Seed Beads, Blue Lined Aqua AB, 8/0 Hex Cut
Swarovski Crystal, 6mm Bicone, Bag of 10, Titan Coated Crystal- 14pc
Swarovski Crystal, 6mm Bicone, Bag of 10, Montana - 16pc
Or
Miyuki Seed Beads, Berry Lined Light Topaz AB, 8/0 Hex Cut
Swarovski Crystal, 6mm Bicone, Bag of 10, Crystal Dorado 2X- 14pc
Swarovski Crystal, 6mm Bicone, Bag of 10, Golden Shadow- 16pc


Karla Schafer, Auntie's Beads Designer

Materials and Supplies Used in This Video:

Fireline Fine Crystal 6 lb. Thread, 50 Yards, .008
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Fireline Fine Smoke 6 lb. Thread, 50 Yards, .008
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English Beading Needles, Size 12, 4-Pack
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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Tennis bracelet
can this braclet be made with delica's or round 80's instead of the hex cut?
[Designer's Note]: Yes, you can use 8/0s instead of hex cut beads to make this bracelet.
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Reviewed by:  from Murfreesboro, Tn. on 1/26/2012
5/5
5 Stars
Absolutely wonderful!
I just love this bracelet, it''''s probably my very ''''favoritest'''' It''''s SOO simple when you take it step by step!! Thank you so much Karla, keep making more videos!
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Reviewed by:  from Edmonton AB. on 11/11/2010
5/5
5 Stars
Wonderful Instructions
Karla''''s instructions for this bracelet are very easy to follow. Even a newcomer to beadweaving will love this video!! I was able to make three bracelets in one day! Thank you, Karla!
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Reviewed by:  from PA. on 1/18/2010
5/5
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