In this Karla Kam I will demonstrate the Square Stitch. I will go over the stitch using a large seed bead so that you can see the stitch before we work on the bracelet I designed. We'll be using a charcoal or gray Fireline thread, and I'll use an 11/0 seed bead and a bugle bead. The tools you'll need are listed below.
i love this bracelet . i have made it several times and it always "wow" people that i actually made it.
thank you so much for sharing this .
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Terri from Narberth pa.
This project was worth every minute. The end result is a beautiful, wearable bracelet.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Madalyn from MN.
another one made easy!
Here is another video that explained the stitch and made it so simple. I''''ve looked at this one dozens of times and could never follow the instructions. Now I have it figured out. Great job! Thank you!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Jacquie from Indianapolis, IN.
Square Stitch bracelet
I just completed this bracelet and I LOVE IT! I know as soon as my friends and family see this, they will want one too. Thank you for the great videos. I have only been beadingfor about 6 months, but this looks professional thanks to you.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Melody from Springfield, Ohio.
A: I believe they were a #3 which is 6mm. We do carry bugle beads again, I will add them back to the materials list. Please see the link below for our bugle bead selection: http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Miyuki-6mm-Bugle-Beads_c_3771.html Karla
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