Floral motifs are still current. PRECIOSA ORNELA presents a tutorial on how to assemble a floral bracelet from the popular PRECIOSA Pip™ and PRECIOSA Pellet™ beads.
Be inspired and create your own floral accessory. Choose suitable colors from the wide range of beads and seed beads sold under the PRECIOSA Traditional Czech BeadsTM brand.
Designer: Hana Černá
PRECIOSA Pip™ (P)
111 01 346; 5 x 7 mm; 02010/14457 (66x)
PRECIOSA Pellet™ (Pl)
111 01 339; 4 x 6 mm; 23030 (11x)
PRECIOSA Rocailles (R10 )
331 19 001; 10/0; 57290 (ca 5g)
PRECIOSA Thorn™ (Th)
111 01 340; 5 x 16 mm; 23030 (3x)
rings for finishing; a carabiner; Nymo thread or a line; a needle; scissors; pliers
You can also use PRECIOSA Thorn™ beads in the same color as the PRECIOSA Pellet™ for additional decorations.
Thread the needle. String 10x R10, 1x Pl and 10x R10.
Thread the needle through the Pl (fig. no. 1). A loop of R10 will be created, on which you will attach the fastening. Do not forget to tighten the thread when working.
String 3x P and once again thread the needle through the Pl in the same direction from the loop to the rocailles (fig. no. 2).
String 3x P again and thread the needle through the Pl so that a flower is created (fig. no. 3).
Thread the needle through the following 10x R10, tie the ends and continue with the work. String 1x Pl, 3x P and thread the needle back through the Pl (fig. no. 4).
String 3x P and thread the needle through the Pl. You have created another flower. String 10x R10 (fig. no. 5).
String 1x Pl and 3x P again and thread the needle back through Pl (figure 6). Repeat the procedure according to figures 5 and 6 until you have the required length of the bracelet.
After achieving the required length of the bracelet, string 10x R10 and thread the needle back through the Pl. This will create a loop for the fastening. Sew the thread in firmly and tie several knots. Cut off the thread (fig. no. 7).
use the flat nose pliers to attach the fastening – the ring and the carabiner. You can use Th beads to additionally decorate the end of the bracelet with the rings (fig. no. 8).