You Will need:
- 1 string Col A 4mm bicone
- 1 string Col B 4mm bicone
- 1 string 9x12 crystal rondelle
- Beading Wire
Onto your thread string 1 2mm spacer bead and let it drop to the centre. Onto either sire string 1 Col A crystal and 1 Col B Crystal
Onto one side add a 2mm spacer bead and take the opposite side needle back through so your threads exit either side and you have formed a part flower.
Onto both sides string 1 Col B and 1 col A crystal, before again adding 1 x 2mm spacer bead and passing the opposite needle back through again.
Add 1 Col A and 1 Col B onto each thread before again adding final 2mm spacer bead.
Your final round is made up of 1 Col B and 1 Col A on each needle. Giving you 8 sets of beads. You are now going to join together in a circle by taking your needles back through first 2mm spacer bead added.
Sew through your rings as many times as possible to secure, knotting inbetween beads where you can.
Cut 50cm of beading wire. Take it through one end of your clasp and double crimp as there is a lot of weight on your bracelet.
Onto both sides of your wire string 2 of your main colour beads before taking both your wires through Col B bead.
Add a crystal rondelle on either side of your beaded ring then repeat the a and B bead sequence again, however this section should start with B bead.
String your bracelet to length, making any adjustment to length on the end beads but allowing the toggle bar to still turn if using one of those.
Add 2 crimps and take your double wire through opposite end of clasp, before taking back through crimps and a couple of beads before crimping and cutting off your wire.
Unfortunately we cannot use wire protectors on this project as all the wires will not fit.