Easy-to-learn right-angle weave variation bracelet

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This super-sparkly band of ???flowers??? is an easy-to-learn variation of right-angle weave. Each flower has 6 triangle-stitched ???petals.??? Once you become comfortable with triangle weave, you???ll never want to stop, and the color variations are limitless!
Required Materials: Seed beads, bicone elements, lobster clasp, split ring, beading thread, beeswax. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Beading needles, scissors. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Right Angle-Weave, Triangle weave
Finished Size: 6??", without clasp
Originally published Step by Step Beads, January/February 2009

SKU: EP1448

Author/Speaker/Editor: Meri Nash Aderhold

Format: eProject

Customer Reviews

Pretty sparkler Review by Crystal Paynter

When I saw this unique bracelet, I knew I had to make it. The colorful hexagons remind me of Pennsylvania Dutch hex signs. The bracelet is pretty easy to make and the results are quite satisfying. One can be quite creative as to color choice; I've made it in greens and lavenders, as well as in black and silver for a glamorous evening look.

(Posted on 6/21/11)