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Roped In Climbing Rope Bracelet

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Part Number:PROJ-KS-0149
Roped In Climbing Rope Bracelet
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About This Project

Create a bracelet for the man in your life out of a brand new product we have here at Auntie's Beads;Climbing Rope! I am always trying to design things for my brother and think this one would be a hit!

Author Karla Schafer
Karla Schafer
Auntie's Beads Designer


  1. Cut a piece of the climbing cord using the little cut tool, about 8 3/4" to 9" in length. (Tip: Men's bracelets measure about 9-10" in length on average.)
  2. Use tape or burn the ends with a lighter to prevent raveling. (Tip: if you have received the cord with a melted end and find it hard to slide on the findings, just trim the melted ends with a nipper tool.)
  3. Slide the barrel slider to the middle of the cord.
  4. Dry fit the finding before gluing to check the length. Trim if necessary.
  5. When ready to apply the ends, put a dab of E6000 into the end finding cap and add the cord, twisting it to insure it is in all the way.
  6. Repeat for the other side.
  7. Let dry for several hours before wearing.

Tools and Materials Needed:

10mm Climbing Cord By The Inch, Black- 9"
Antique Silver Barrel Bead, 15x16mm- 1pc
Antique Silver Magnetic Cord Clasp, 7x15mm- 1pc
E6000 Adhesive, 2oz
BeadSmith Little Cut Tool for Licorice Leather
Nipper Tool

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Questions and Answers

Q: How do you work with the ends of the climbing rope? Do you glue them before putting them in the clasp?
Asked by: Stephanie - 10/5/2014
A: Stephanie in Steps 4 and 5, I suggest this:
4. Dry fit the finding before gluing to check the length. Trim if necessary.
5. When ready to apply the ends, put a dab of E6000 into the end finding cap and add the cord, twisting it to insure it is in all the way.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (10/7/2014)

Materials and Supplies Used in This Project:

Antique Silver Barrel Bead, 15x16mm
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Antique Silver Magnetic Cord Clasp, 7x15mm
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E6000 Adhesive, 2oz
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BeadSmith Little Cut Tool for Licorice Leather
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Classic Nipper Tool
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