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Learn how to make a bead bracelet with Katie from My Beads Club.
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Hi, it’s Katie from My Beads Club and today I’m going to show you how to do a floating freshwater pearl necklace and bracelet.
And I’ve already done the necklace as you can see here and it’s the same pattern for the bracelet as well and I’d firm just added one on already. And out of these materials that you’ll need and first of all and for everyone of this section you're going to need two freshwater pearls, two crimp tube, two spacer beads and a little of twirls and I will show you how to make one of those little twirls in a minute.
The wire that you need here is 0.61 as you can see it’s quite flexible. Okay, to make one of these little twirls here, it’s really, really easy. You just need to take a two inch head pin and take your round knot wire. You don’t need to sneak off to the shelf and you’re just going to bend it round and round and round and then you cut into the end.
You want to take this off using the cutters. You’re just going to snip the end away from the half a very, very small twirl. And let me see that, okay, so that will do for one of our bracelets. So taking the bead wire, we’re going to space it and runs out a couple of inches away from the other one here. So we need to thread on first of all the crimp tube and then do the small spacer and then a freshwater pearl, there we go and then our twirl on this one will do and another freshwater pearl, spacer and the last crimp tube.
No, not that one maybe it didn’t got a hole in it, all right let’s find on another one with a hole, okay there we go. Now, we’ve got them in place here and now all we need to do is crimp to make sure about a couple of inches there and then we need a flat nose pliers and we’re just going to just pinch there, tighten it up and pinch, there we go. And we’ll do another one exactly the same so that we’ll make three and then you’ll attach both rings to end and I will show you quickly how to do that.
You’ll need to crimp the tube throughout that and then the bolt and then taken this way about you’re going to thread it through the crimp tube like so. And pull it up like so we’re using flat nose pliers again and you're going to just crimp that in place and then taking the cutters, we put this wire as you can see. You’re going to just trim those away. As close as you can, there you go and you’ve got a jewelry now and it’s finished freshwater bracelets.