From Zero to Expert: Herringbone Variation using MiniDuo Beads (Beaded Bracelet Jewelry Design)

Maria Arthur, Beading Tutorials & Bead-weaving Classes

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5 Videos (17m)
    • Introduction

    • Materials

    • Attaching the Stop Bead

    • Making the Bracelet

    • Attaching the Clasp and Conclusion


About This Class

If you would like to express your creativity, then DIY this beaded bracelet using a variation of Flat Herringbone Stitch and two-holed MiniDuo beads. 

This is the follow-up class to the previous one in this series called From Zero to Expert: Herringbone using MiniDuo Beads. The class is suitable for all levels.

You will need:

3g 11/0 seed beads

12g MiniDuo beads (You can substitute SuperDuo beads or get daring and try another two-hole bead e.g. Rulla beads)

1g 15/0 seed beads

2-strand clasp

4 jump rings

3 yards of beading thread

1 size 10 beading needle

2 Pliers- I used a Flat-nose and a Chain-nose pliers

Thread burner or sharp scissors 

Bead mat

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Maria Arthur

Beading Tutorials & Bead-weaving Classes

Hi! My name is Maria and I'll show you how to create your own gorgeous jewelry using the art of off-loom bead-weaving.

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My tutorials are easy-to-follow and are designed to teach you beading basics, as well as, improve your skills. With 100+ 5-star reviews in my Etsy shop, beaders appreciate my detailed, step-by-step instructions.

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