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Project Info:

Level: All

Estimated time: 3-5 Hours

Project and Sample by Emily Miller

In Hebrew, Abigail means “father’s joy,” and in the Old Testament, Abigail was the bright, intelligent third wife of King David. In 2017, “Abigail” found itself 11th on the list of most popular names for baby girls. Emily has taken advantage of a subtle and pale palette of creams to create a bracelet of beaded berries. This is an easy stitch to learn.

Click the VIDEO tab above to watch Emily on Facebook LIVE, where she demonstrates step-by-step the process from start to finish the video. Be sure to also click on Episode Notes for additional learning.


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This is a technique that can easily be adapted to a necklace or anklet. You can also space your beaded berries closer or further apart by adding or subtracting the seed beads in between. Watch the video to follow along with Emily for all the stitch techniques and tips for success.