Metal parts – Ø 5 cm memory wire, a crimp bead, a chain, ovals
Regular wire, a 0.2 mm nylon line, needle nose pliers, large snipping pliers, flat nose pliers, scissors
Sew the wide band and then sew the Pips onto it. Regularly tighten it and then string the ends onto the memory wire.
The band consists of 45 rows. Each row consists of circles of six R8, which mutually overlap. The rows have 10 or 9 circles alternately.
Sew the first two rows at the same time. Alternately sew a circle from the first row, then from the second row and then again from the first row. Repeat this.
The third to forty-fifth rows are sewn one after the other.
Sew a Pip onto the edge of the loops next to the connection with the next row. Sew a Pip in one shade onto two rows. Order them as follows: P1, P2, P3, P2.
The outer circles protrude from the rows with 10 circles. String the top R8 from these circles onto the memory wire. Alternately string a D8, a rib from the memory wire, a D8 or 3x D8 into the gaps. Make loops on the ends of the wire. You can fully close them using the flat nose pliers. Adapt the length of the memory wire ribs (11x) to the width of the band. When snipping the wire, also reckon with the length required to create the loop. Twist the loop on the outer arch and create it with a single pull.
Thread the wire through the edge of the bracelet, including part of the outer circles. String 1x crimp bead. Thread it through the loop in the memory wire and return to the crimp bead. Connect 4 – 5 cm of chain to the adjacent loops in the memory wire using the ovals.
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