This 4-wrap design is 29 inches in length measured from the button shank to the end of the button loop. Adjust length or add a second button loop to make it adjustable. There is a challenge with these beads: make sure to allow space for each bead to rest comfortably between the leather. If you ladder too tightly, when you go to wrap the bracelet around your wrist, the beads will be forced to pop out to make room for the added length required to wrap around a wrist. And do your best to remember the beads have two holes--don’t skip the second hole! Outside of that, this is a fun project. Where the Mosaic Wrap PDF Tutorial calls for a pattern of Tilas and 8/0 seed beads, Harvest Corn uses two rows of Bronzed Hematite. You could also do this project with 8/0’s and Tiles and it would look fantastic. We hope you enjoy!
Please Note: Although many of our older videos and handouts demonstrate the use of a Thread Burner, we no longer feel it is imperative to use when beading. As long as you apply glue to the ending knot and the portion of the leather beneath the knot, you’ll be fine. Allow 3 hours for the glue to dry before carefully cutting excess cord away with flush cutters. And with the C-Lon Silk Wrap protecting the Tuff Cord, your design is secure.