Leather Cord and Beads Bracelet
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April 30, 2021
Why spend money on jewelry when you can make it yourself? Leather cord, some pearlescent beads and a little patience and you will get a great bracelet. I really like the combination of leather and pearlescent beads.
Total Time: 20 Min
- 15.5 in leather cord
- 14-15 big pearlescent beads with a diameter of 8 mm
- 13-14 small pearlescent beads with a diameter of 5 mm
- 1 clasp hook and circle
- 1 needle
- strong nylon thread
- 1 instant glue
- 1 scissors
- Wrap a thread around a ring and tie some knots.
- Fix the thread with instant glue.
- Cut off the excess thread.
- Thread the end of the leather string into a large bead.
- Pass the needle and thread to which the circle is tied into the same bead, but in the opposite direction.
- Pull the thread through the bead and hide the knots and the end of the leather cord inside it.
- Pierce the needle through the leather string next to the bead.
- Thread the needle through the small bead.
- Wrap the leather string around the bead and mark with your fingernail the place on the string opposite the hole of the bead.
- Pierce the needle through the leather cord at the mark.
- Thread the needle through the big bead.
- Pull the thread and repeat the steps 9 and 10.
- Continue stringing the small and big beads alternately and fixing the leather cord around them until you reach the required length of the bracelet.
- Thread the end of the leather cord into the last big bead.
- Cut off the visible end of the cord.
- Thread the needle through the big bead and the cord inside the bead.
- Tie a few knots of thread to the clamp.
- Now you cannot fix the thread with instant glue, otherwise you will damage the bead and cord. Therefore, fix the thread by passing the needle in the opposite direction through a large bead and leather cord.
- Cut off the thread. Your new bracelet is ready. Enjoy!
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