Mammatus Beaded Bracelet Jewelry Making Tutorial

Odin O, Jewelry Artist, Writer, Blogger

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10 Lessons (23m)
    • 1. Beginning Your Jewelry Making Adventure

    • 2. Gathering Your Beads and Supplies

    • 3. More About Drum Beads

    • 4. Beading the Chain Using Drums and Right Angle Weave

    • 5. Attaching the Bracelet Pieces to the Beaded Pendant

    • 6. Adding the Beaded Fringe to the Bezel Pendant

    • 7. Beading Fringe on the Bracelet Chain

    • 8. Attaching the Clasp and Expanding the Bracelet

    • 9. Ending and Adding Threads

    • 10. Victory! Enjoy your Jewelry Creation


About This Class

You've made the pendant, now onto the bracelet! This intermediate level jewelry tutorial will give you a creative way to bead a chain using a modification of the Right Angle Weave. Or even expand it into a choker for a show stopping design. 

Play with colors and create your own personal rainbow while learning intermediate beading techniques.

Find Part 1 on my Channel here:


Create a bracelet to attach to the focal pentant using your favorite bead colors.


Part 1: Focal Pendant Supplies:

  • One 14mm Rivoli or round cabochon
  • Superduo beads in Colors A & B
  • 11/0 Seed Beads
  • 15/0 Seed Beads
  • Eighteen 3mm pearls
  • 3mm Rondelles (Nine Color A, Eighteen color B)
  • Nine 4mm Rondelles
  • One closed Jumpring

Part 2 Beaded Chain Materials:

  • Six or more Two-Hole Czech Drum Beads (can be bought from
  • Nine long dagger beads
  • 11/0 Seed Beads
  • 15/0 Seed Beads
  • Nineteen 4mm Czech fire polished rounds
  • Four 4mm Round Beads
  • Eight Short Magatamas, Super Uno, or Fringe Drops (Can also use 8/0 beads)
  • Superduos in Colors A and B
  • Six 4mm Bicones
  • 3mm Rondelles (Eleven color A, Six color C (or B))
  • Two Jumprings
  • One wide clasp
  • HEAVY thread (Not nylon) and needle.

Don't forget to come and join us at the Creations From Lessons With Odin Facebook group to show off your creations and talk with other beaders!

Feeling adventurous? Why not try out some of my more advanced patterns available in PDF format:


"Achaidh Cheide" "Heavy Interlude"
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