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Chevron

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0273/4555/files/Chevron-Template.pdf?8177213951286148310


Quantity needed for project:

Level: Beginner

Estimated time: 4-6 Hours


Project By: By Sam Applegate
Sample By: By Sam Applegate

In this 3/4 inch wide, 9 strand woven bracelet, Sam created a harmonious design based on an ancient symbol for an arrow, the Chevron. This sample is the one covered in the video and is considered Beginner Level. There is a downloadable PDF of the pattern to follow, as well as the Project Map below. Please watch the video and use the Project Map and printable PDF Graph to assist you when you are building your pattern. All techniques and steps are included in detail in the video, so it is crucial to watch it from start to finish.

Chevron

Natural- Compassion Suede

Compassion Suede

$3.75 USD

Chamois- UltraSuede

UltraSuede

$4.35 USD

Light Grey- KO Thread

KO Thread

$4.35 USD

Silver - Regular C-Lon

Regular C-Lon

$4.35 USD

8-4201- Duracoat Galvanized Silver 8/0

8/0 Miyuki Seed Beads

$8.00 USD

8-4512- Picasso Canary Yellow Matte 8/0

8/0 Miyuki Seed Beads

$5.35 USD

8-4514- Picasso Seafoam Green 8/0

8/0 Miyuki Seed Beads

$5.95 USD

Transitions - Antique Pewter

Metal Beads

$4.35 USD

Pony Express - Silver

Metal Beads

$5.95 USD

Size 10 4 Pack Beadsmith Seed Bead Needles

Needles

$3.00 USD

Beadsmith Big Eye Needles

Needles

$3.75 USD

Project Tray Inserts

Design Boards & Storage

$10.25 USD

Beadsmith Zap Jewelry Gel

Tools

$4.35 USD

Handy Tape

Tools

$9.95 USD

Project Map


The total length of this design from end to end of ultra suede cuff should be your wrist size plus a little bit (1/4-1/2 inch more). The design reads best if it is up against your wrist rather than falling too loosely. Since you cannot take the bracelet off to measure while it is still on the loom, knowing your wrist measurement beforehand is so important. If you need to, you can always make the width of your ultra suede cuff a bit wider for added length. Please watch the video before beginning.

 It is very tempting to cut your first bracelet off to see how it looks. Very tempting...but think about using all the warp to make more bracelets before you cut your design away. In fact, a design board can make up to twelve bracelets. How? By moving the warp around the board. In the video, Sam goes over how to move the warp around your board to use a new section. Above samples and “practice sections” are done by Beckie Ten Eyck. Thank you, Beckie! And a big thank you to Sam for such a wonderful project.

You rock! So please watch the video and have fun looming and weaving :)) Janice