How to Make a Square Bangle Bracelet with Bugle Beads
Summary: Here is a detailed tutorial on how to make a square bangle bracelet with bugle beads. Follow my instructions and try to make one.
There are many glass beads or pearl beads bracelets making tutorials on pandahall Learning Center. Today, I will show you a new tutorial on how to make square bangle bracelet. Three beaded square patterns and two beaded chains can make such a charming bracelet. Do you want to have a try? Here we go!
Materials and tools needed in the square bangle bracelet:
Instructions on how to make the square bangle bracelet:
Step 1: Make the first square pattern
1st, cut off two pieces of about 6ocm tiger wire, put them together and string a gold spacer bead on them;
2nd, apart the two tiger wires, and string a black bugle bead and a spacer bead on the both sides of one tiger wire, then string a red glass bead on another tiger wire;
3rd, thread the middle two tiger wires across a spacer bead and string a red glass bead on the them separately;
4th, thread the left two tiger wires and the right two tiger wires across a spacer bead separately;
5th, thread the top tiger wires on both sides back across the red glass bead next to them, then put the middle two tiger wires together and string a red glass bead on them;
6th, string a black bugle bead on the left and right tiger wire, then thread the two tiger wires across a spacer bead, and thread the middle two tiger wires across the spacer bead.
Step 2: Put two tiger wires on both sides together and string a spacer bead on them separately, then thread the tiger wires across a spacer bead.
Step 3: Repeat the steps to make another two square patterns, then tie a knot and cut off the excessive tiger wires.
Step 4: Make a beaded chain on both sides
1st, cut off another two pieces of about 10cm tiger wires and thread them on the spacer beads on both sides;
2nd, we begin to deal with the right part, string a spacer bead on the two tiger wires separately, then thread the two tiger wire across another spacer bead and repeat the steps four times;
3rd, as for the left part, repeat the steps on the right part.
Step 5: Add a bead tip and a lobster claw clasp to the square bracelet.
The final look of the square bangle bracelet:
Wow, it looks so nice on my wrist. It happens to my mind that you can also use the same beaded square pattern to a necklace. I'm sure it will be a creative design. Maybe you can try to use this beaded square pattern to make other jewelry as you like.