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Filigree Bracelet & Earrings beaded pattern tutorial by Deb Roberti

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This beaded pattern tutorial is a DIGITAL FILE, downloadable in PDF file format ONLY.

Once payment is confirmed, you will receive an email with a link to download your PDF pattern. If you have any problems downloading your PDF pattern, please contact me. I will be more than happy to send you your pattern via email instead.

FILIGREE BRACELET & EARRINGS
©2016 Deborah Roberti
Although this bracelet pattern was originally designed and works best with size 6mm Czech two-hole Cabochon beads, you can also use Honeycomb beads, DiscDuo beads or Silky beads. Detailed step-by-step illustrated instructions for matching earrings also included

Full step-by-step instructions with illustrations in English, 11 pages.

Approximate Finished Size: About .6 inches wide to desired length; Earrings: About .6 inches wide and 1.5 inches long, not including earring findings.

Materials needed: Size 11 seed beads, 3mm fire-polished beads, SuperDuo beads and size 6mm two-hole beads (size 6mm Czech 2-hole Cabochons, Honeycomb beads, DiscDuo beads or Silky beads)

Information on teaching this pattern and others, as well as selling items created from this pattern, is available on my website here: http://www.aroundthebeadingtable.com/Teaching.html
This beaded pattern tutorial is a DIGITAL FILE, downloadable in PDF file format ONLY.

Once payment is confirmed, you will receive an email with a link to download your PDF pattern. If you have any problems downloading your PDF pattern, please contact me. I will be more than happy to send you your pattern via email instead.

FILIGREE BRACELET & EARRINGS
©2016 Deborah Roberti
Although this bracelet pattern was originally designed and works best with size 6mm Czech two-hole Cabochon beads, you can also use Honeycomb beads, DiscDuo beads or Silky beads. Detailed step-by-step illustrated instructions for matching earrings also included

Full step-by-step instructions with illustrations in English, 11 pages.

Approximate Finished Size: About .6 inches wide to desired length; Earrings: About .6 inches wide and 1.5 inches long, not including earring findings.

Materials needed: Size 11 seed beads, 3mm fire-polished beads, SuperDuo beads and size 6mm two-hole beads (size 6mm Czech 2-hole Cabochons, Honeycomb beads, DiscDuo beads or Silky beads)

Information on teaching this pattern and others, as well as selling items created from this pattern, is available on my website here: http://www.aroundthebeadingtable.com/Teaching.html

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5 out of 5 stars
(430)
Reviewed by Celeste Blackwell
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 7, 2018
It is very clear and easy to follow.
Filigree Bracelet & Earrings beaded pattern tutorial by Deb Roberti

Reviewed by jaimespringel
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 15, 2017
Great pattern. Beautiful bracelet. Thank you!!
Filigree Bracelet & Earrings beaded pattern tutorial by Deb Roberti

Reviewed by Carol Cox

Reviewed by Lisa Lehmann
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 23, 2018
Great pattern as always! Easy to follow! Beautiful results!
X-Bands beaded pattern tutorial by Deb Roberti

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