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Project Info:

Level: Intermediate

Estimated time: Weekend Project

Project By: Sam Applegate
Sample By: Colette Bakke
In this woven bracelet, Colette was inspired by the colors of the holiday season. Celebration uses Janice's pebbling technique as shown in the downloadable PDF to create a fluid and randomized look. Through careful selecion of beads, Celebration flows from green and red to golds in a seamless transition. Please watch the video for all looming instructions and download the PDF for the pebbling technique.


Dark Olive- KO Thread

KO Thread

$4.95 USD

Cream- Regular C-Lon

C-Lon: Regular

$4.95 USD

8-304 Garnet Gold Luster

Miyuki Seed Beads- 8/0

$6.75 USD

8-4222 Duracoat Galvanized Pewter

Miyuki Seed Beads- 8/0

$8.95 USD

8-593 Dark Beige Ceylon

Miyuki Seed Beads- 8/0

$3.95 USD

8-306 Olive Gold Luster

Miyuki Seed Beads- 8/0

$6.95 USD

English Beading Needles, Size 10- 4 Pack


$3.25 USD

English Beading Needles, Size 12- 4 Pack


$3.25 USD

Beadsmith Big Eye Needles- 6 Pack


$4.25 USD

Project Tray Inserts

Design Boards & Storage

$10.25 USD

Beadsmith Zap Jewelry Gel


$4.50 USD

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Please Note: We no longer carry these colors of Compassion Suede and UltraSuede, so click on the links in the ingredients list above to see a selection of all the colors we do carry so you can choose ones you like for this project.

Everyone has a different wrist size and so you need to begin first with measuring your wrist. Once you have that number, you can plan how much beadwork you want and how wide your suede cuff will be. With an extra wide bracelet, giving your design enough of a fabric cuff is important for it to be structurally sound. Watch the video and download the free handout which goes into detail regarding all the techniques to make this bracelet.
In addition, please explore the other designs of Tricks to Looming and Bead Weaving. There are downloadable patterns for all of Sam’s designs. I hope you enjoy making these as much as I do! We would love to see your finished products. Hopefully, we can post your creation on our Facebook Page.

Happy Beading!