Free pattern for bracelet Blue Star with twin seed beads January 15, 2017August 13, 2012 Free pattern for beautiful beaded bracelet Blue Star with twin two holes seed beads by Viktoria Rumiantzeva pdfprint Share with friends! Facebook Pinterest Related Posts:Free beading pattern for bracelet InterstellarFree beading pattern for bracelet AmaranthFree beading pattern for necklace Pearlescent Blue
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gorgeous, where can i find the two hole beads
wanda there are a million places to buy them online, they will be called twin beads (from myuki) or superduos (czech), as well as any decent bead store will carry them. it looks like they used the twins in the pic above, superduos are slightly different but will still work in the bracelet. happy beading.
I would LOVE to try this pattern, but im VERY pattern challenged & do not understand how to transition from one piece to another (if you start each star in the middle how in the world to you go from the side of a finished one to the middle to start again??? >_<). Can someone post an add on or something for me if you have a moment please?
merci pour ces jolis schémas.irmgard
Beautiful. I’m very smart but I need words in my instructions. I can’t understand this pattern.
merci pour ce superbe schemas !
Beaded Browbands..I had exactly the same question. The only way I can figure it out in my own head is start a new unit and then attach when you get to the outside row of twin beads incorporating the twin from the first unit..but that can’t be right. Looks like I may end up with earrings instead..lol
I have started this bracelet completed the first section but I am now struggling to see how to connect the sections have you had any luck in making it?
It looks like from the pattern, that the last of the twin beads is shared with the next star in the chain. I plan on making the first star, and then the second one upto the last twin bead and connect the first star. I know that doesn’t make sense in writing but it does in my head
When I think about it now, if you just start your second ring from the center point and when you get to the point you are adding the outer ring, pick up the whole first component instead of a single bead where the join bead is..does this make sense? Gonna try it today and see.
I’m coming into this late and I have not tried to make this bracelet, but I thought I’d add my two cents for others who might read these comments and get frightened off. I believe it is probably just like RAW – you just start the new section off the one you completed. In RAW you begin with 4 main beads but after that you only add 3 because you’re using a bead from the last section you created as one of your beads in your new section. I hope this helps.
I just made one of these flowers and it is exactly one inch across. Maybe I stitch loose, but it would then seem it would take seven to make a bracelet, yet the photo shows eleven. I am having the same problem as everyone else figuring out how to continue from one to the next. Only thing I can figure us make each separately and join at the end.
There are a couple of different producers if two-hole beads that resemble twins or superduos. Unfortunately they are not all sized the same. That may be why your components are appearing to be larger than the one in the pattern.
In order to do this bracelet, you first complete the first unit.
You start a new second unit following the diagram until you get to the outside row of duos.
Instead of working the full set of four(4), you work only three (3) and connect the fourth (4th) using the duo from the first unit.
Continue the same process with all of the units until you have connected enough for you desired size.
It is a form of RAW but using the duo from the previous unit as your connector bead in the square.
Hope this helps.
You have to add the next component when you get to the outside row by picking up the middle
What size wire was used?
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Yeah that is a pretty important piece of information, and I’ll admit it.
I had this pattern bookmarked for several years and just kept coming back to it once in a while because I just couldn’t figure out how to make the darned thing work because- well, not the brightest bulb on Broadway.
Now that I’ve got the secret though (thanks to your posting), I’ve not only managed to finish my first bracelet but have just bought a whole bunch of duo’s in different colors to do more. lol.
As for the pattern itself, it’s just as pretty in real life as it is in the pictures. 🙂
Such a beautiful pattern, I would love to be able to make this.