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Sweetheart Bracelet Project

Part Number:PROJ-10197
Sweetheart Bracelet Project
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About This Project

I really like the Peyote Stitch and I think this color combination paired with the heart toggle would make an adorable Valentine's Day gift.

Kelly McCoy, Auntie’s Beads Designer

The following project uses the Peyote Stitch.  If you are new to the Peyote Stitch, you need to watch our Peyote Stitch Instructional Video

Author Kelly Henderson
Kelly Henderson
Auntie's Beads Designer
Basically follow the instructions given in the video, but with the color combination shown (Crystal AB and Dark Coral Lined Crystal AB).  When it is time to attach your toggle, continue to follow the instructions in the video, but string 7 of the (8/0) Crystal AB seed beads and 1 (6/0) Dark Coral Lined Crystal AB seed bead on either side of each piece of the clasp.  This is important for the toggle to be hooked and unhooked comfortably.  Another tip; only stitch one-and-a-half inches shy of what you want your end bracelet length to be because the clasp will add about an inch-and-a-half of length.  If you need help, don't hesitate to contact me.  The best way is to click on "my account," on the top right of your screen and then click on "contact us."  Be sure to select the design department so I know the message is for me!
Materials and Tools Needed:
Fireline Bead Thread, Crystal (6-8 yards)
Miyuki Seed Beads, 6/0, Dark Coral Lined Crystal AB (2 Bags)
Miyuki Seed Beads, 6/0, Crystal AB (2 Bags)
Miyuki Seed Beads, 8/0, Crystal AB (1 Bag)
Sterling Silver Heart Toggle (1 Toggle)
Nipper Tool
Bead Mat

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
New to Weaving.
I am new to weaving and fell in love with this project. I watched the video on peyote stitch and it was extremely easy to follow. I am grateful that you are here to help a beginner like me. Thank you. Heather Martin
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Reviewed by:  from Kernersville, NC. on 1/4/2012
5 Stars
Very cute! Making a slightly smaller version for my daughter for V-Day. ove it!
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Reviewed by:  from Lexington. on 10/11/2011
5 Stars
Sweetheart Bracelet
Karla is so right when she says the most difficult part is starting the bracelet. The trick is being able to pull the wire tight after each bead. If you can do that it becomes an extremely easy pattern to follow. It is well worth the effort of making sure the wire is pulled tight as you will have a very beautiful and different bracelet. I have already decided on the colors of my next one. I am very excited about this bracelet and so happy that I made it.
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Reviewed by:  from Attleboro, Ma. on 3/26/2011

Materials and Supplies Used in This Project:

Sterling Silver Heart Toggle
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