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Midnight Snow


Project Info:

Level: All

Estimated time: 6 Hours

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Midnight Snow

Flower of Life- Antique Silver


$1.55 USD

Gunmetal- Micro C-Lon

C-Lon: Micro

$3.15 USD

Metallic Gray- 1.5mm Indian Leather by the Yard

Leather- 1.5

$1.75 USD

Little Shadows- Silver Plate

Metal Beads

$12.95 USD

4mm- Jet Bronze Picasso

4mm Czech Glass

$3.25 USD

Onyx- 6mm Rounds

Gem Rounds- 6mm

$7.00 USD

Project Tray Inserts

Design Boards & Storage

$10.25 USD

GS Hypo Cement


$6.75 USD

Eurotool Ultra Flush Cutter


$36.95 USD

Project Map

Sample by Robin Tobias


On a cold winter’s night snowdrifts are barely visible against a gray-black sky. Outside everything is quiet, but, looking up, one can see the clouds drifting through. Does this mean more snow in the morning? Robin created a 6-wrap bracelet inspired by icy December weather. Unfortunately, we can no longer source the beautiful Silver Leaf Jasper beads, and have replaced them with a luscious Onyx round instead.

*In the original design we used a solid gray leather and a variety of stones and an vintage button, but we no longer carry these. We've replaced all with similar colors, sizes, and styles but as this is an older sample and many items are no longer available you may want to shop around for replacements that best suit your style!

Midnight Snow is a 6-wrap design that measures 41 inches in length from the button shank to the end of the button loop. Cut your leather 90 inches in length. If you need additional length for a wrist larger than 7 inches, you will need to begin with more leather. The Ingredients for the project are not enough to make two bracelets, but will leave you with enough leftover beads to ladder longer, if needed.

A challenge of making a multiple-wrap design is allowing enough room for the beads to move a bit as they circle your wrist. We ladder beads to leather when the project is secured to a board and straight, but when we wrap it multiple times in a circle around the wrist the beads need more room to breathe or they will start to pop out of place...which we hate! As you are laddering make sure not to overtighten and crowd the beads too close together when they are side-by-side. Taking the time to check the tension before you end the piece will make all the difference in the world.

We hope you enjoy and happy beading!