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Three to One Bracelet Video

Part Number:VIDEO-0034


A customer asked how to make a 3 stranded bracelet end cleanly into a toggle. That's a great question and there is certainly more than one solution to this bracelet design issue. Here is one way. I have used this technique for multi stranded necklaces but not a bracelet. I am pleased with the result and I hope this will be good option for ending a 3 stranded bracelet into a toggle cleanly.

The materials and tools you'll need are listed below. You can select any colors of 4mm or 6mm Swarovski crystal bicones.

Karla Schafer, Auntie's Beads Designer

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Super Cute Design
I loved seeing how to make a 3 to 1 tutorial that I could understand and follow. Thanks Karla for such great instruction!
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Reviewed by:  from Lubbock, TX. on 2/10/2011
5/5
5 Stars
OH MY GOSH!
I have been working on a 3 two 1 bracelet for a couple of weeks now. I have restrung it 3 times on 3 different sizes of wire and just can''''t make it look right. I figured I''''d give this video a quick look and see if I could get an idea of what I was doing wrong. I was so far off. This is amazing. I am heading off to fix it (for the last time) right now! Wonderful instructions!
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Reviewed by:  from Indianapolis, IN. on 7/12/2010
5/5
5 Stars
Three to One Bracelet
I am very impressed with Ms. Schafer's presentation. She gives clear instructions and her demonstrations are very helpful. I have been beading for over six years and have learned a new technique. Thank You
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Reviewed by:  from Paige Texas. on 3/28/2011
5/5
5 Stars
THANK YOU
I would like to thank Karla Schafer. She is a wonderful Instructor. I am so happy I watched her. She really inspired me, I can do this. She is so good at explaining and showing you on how to do it. None of the other videos I watched did, and they were a waste of many of my hours. So thank you Karla.
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Reviewed by:  from Greenville Fl.. on 9/1/2010
5/5
5 Stars
Nice technique!
Thank you for the video, that''''s a nice way of turning the 3 strands into 1. However, I didn''''t understand why you had to trim the wires after the crimp bead, and then use them again and put on the crimp cover? Can''''t I just continue using the same wires and thread the crimp cover on them (and over the crimp bead)?
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Reviewed by:  from Israel. on 5/16/2010
5/5
5 Stars
another beader!
Thank you! This ending technique was very helpful to me!
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Reviewed by:  from Boulder. on 2/18/2010
5/5
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