Pandahall Video Tutorial on Making a Blue 2-hole Seed Bead Flower Bracelet for Summer
Summary: I hope we haven’t keep you waiting for the new jewelry making tutorial too long! PandaHall diy team made this 2-hole seed bead flower bracelet recently, here we go!
There’s only one main beading pattern in making this 2-hole seed bead bracelet. I hope my video could make it clear on that flower pattern, and you could try this flower bracelet for summer!
Music Credits: 坂本昌一郎 - 君色ノート
Supplies in making the blue 2-hole seed bead flower bracelet for summer：
How to make the blue 2-hole seed bead flower bracelet for summer:
Step 1: Make the 2-hole seed bead flower pattern
1st, cut a piece of fishing wire (about 90cm long), thread it through a needle;
2nd, thread needle through 3 2-hole seed beads and a 3mm silver bead spacer;
3rd, now thread your needle through the 3 seed beads and tighten up;
4th, thread needle through 3 seed beads;
5th, thread the needle through the previous 3 seed beads;
6th, tie knot to fix the first flower pattern.
Step 2: Continue with the flower pattern
1st, remember to make sure the wire is in the outer hole of the 2-hole seed bead;
2nd, slide 2 seed beads and a bead spacer to the wire;
3rd, thread the wire through the same outer hole of the seed bead;
4th, thread the wire through the 2 seed beads in order to fix them;
5th, slide 3 seed beads to the wire, then thread wire through these 3 seed bead to fix them;
6th, thread the wire through the outer hole of the seed bead and tighten up.
7th, repeat this flower beading pattern until you’ve beaded a proper length.
Step 3: Make the second line of flower pattern
1st, thread the needle through a blue seed bead and a bead spacer;
2nd, thread the needle through the 2nd and 3rd seed bead in the line and thread wire through the new seed bead to tighten;
3rd, thread the needle through 3 blue seed beads, then thread wire through along the seed beads on the flower pattern in order to fix it;
4th, thread a blue seed bead and a bead spacer again, thread the wire through the next seed bead;
5th, once you’ve tighten, slide 3 blue seed beads and thread wire through along the seed bead to fix the flower pattern;
6th, repeat the procedures to bead more flower patterns.
Step 4: Sew the fringes of the bracelet cord
1st, thread wire through the outer hole of the last flower pattern in the end;
2nd, thread needle through 2 bead spacers, then through the next 2-hole seed bead on that flower pattern;
3rd, thread needle through 2 bead spacers, then through 2 seed beads in line;
4th, continue to thread needle through 2 bead spacers, and thread it through 2 seed beads in line;
5th, repeat this beading pattern in the same way;
6th, thread wire along the beads in case of slack.
Step 5: Finish the whole bracelet
1st, attach jump rings to each end of the bracelet end;
2nd, connect the bracelet ends with a spring clasp.
See how charming this flower bracelet is on my wrist?
It didn’t take too much time to make this 2-hole seed bead flower bracelet. I suggest you to try one if you are spending your summer vocation at home. For more videos, just stay tuned in pandahall learning center.