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Estimated time: 2 Hours

Pattern Stack- Glacier Bay

Project by Janice Parsons
Sample by Jen Tello

So vast and unique, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979; Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve off the coast of Alaska, is symbol of pristine, arctic beauty. In this lovely sample, a sense of calm, stillness, yet amazing power has been captured in the Amazonite stone and the distinctive Marine Fire Polish beads. Whether you make a 2-wrap or continue laddering a longer length, once you create the stacking pattern, it’s easy to repeat.

Please Note: In this updated sample, we left off the second button loop. We also added the charms on the button-side at the beginning so they would cluster closer to the button.

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Belize- 6mm
4mm- Marine
Tea Leaves- Antique Silver
Turquoise - Tuff Cord
Natural- 1.5mm Indian
A Single Leaf- Silver
GS Hypo Cement
Thread Snips
Project Tray Inserts
Deep Dish Project Tray
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