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Project Info:

Level: All Levels

Estimated time: Afternoon

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Honeycomb Button- Brass


$1.50 USD

Dark Brown- KO Thread

KO Thread

$4.95 USD

Brown- Regular C-Lon

C-Lon: Regular

$4.95 USD

Moss- 0.5mm

0.5mm chinese knotting cord

$3.50 USD

Distressed Brown- 1.5mm Indian Leather by the Yard

Leather- 1.5

$1.75 USD

Rollers- Turquoise Picasso

Czech Rollers

$9.25 USD

Shadows- Antique Brass

Metal Beads

$14.95 USD

Little Shadows- Antique Brass

Metal Beads

$12.95 USD

8-2031 Matte Metallic Sage Green Luster

Miyuki Seed Beads- 8/0

$8.35 USD

QTL134FR Matte Transparent Dark Topaz AB

Miyuki Quarter Tilas

$5.35 USD

English Beading Needles, Size 10- 4 Pack


$3.25 USD

Sharps Sewing Needles, Size 10- 20 Pack


$3.25 USD

Mini Macramé Board by Anne Dilker

Design Boards & Storage

$10.25 USD

GS Hypo Cement


$6.75 USD

Old Fashioned Beeswax


$4.25 USD

Maxi- Shear Flush Wire Cutter


$22.95 USD

Thread Snips


$3.35 USD

Clampers (1 pair)


$1.75 USD

Project Map

Project by and Sample by Kate Richbourg

This wrap has it all! Kate’s Hybrid necklace gave her some ideas about mashing up more beadshop projects and techniques into a fabulous wrap bracelet. Interlace combines the classic Bollywood style of beaded macramé while inserting center beads as seen in Born Yesterday and Poetry. With even more of a twist on these beadshop staples, Kate is using CzechMates Tiles, see her technique for stringing both through and around these two-holed beads live on the show!

As if that mash-up wasn’t enough, we have even more! The macramé section branches off from a focal Pi stone, and coming from the other side we have two different techniques, too! Using 1.5mm leather, Kate uses a Cat’s Paw knot to create a perfect point to start laddering from. Here, she uses Infinity Stitch to pattern with Quarter Tilas, 8/0 Seed Beads, and Little Shadows. Then, the laddering section blends into a section of Herringbone!
Add one more element to the mix...the famed “Trail’s End Loop,” an infinity-like loop of leather first made popular in Janice’s Trail’s End sample called Ballymaloe, this is a great technique for adding a button loop that’s easily adjustable for size.

Find ingredient quantities for Interlace listed above for easy shopping, and find our other samples here.

Please join us as our worldwide community gathers on Facebook and YouTube at 10:30am Pacific Time on September 23, 2020. It’s so much fun to go live with us and bead together! After the live broadcast the video will be available above.

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