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One of my first double wrap bracelets.


About this design:

I had been wanting to make wrap bracelets for a while and I do believe this was my first. Next time I would change the color of the thread to match.

Components:

I used copper leather cord and ladder stitched on Red Creek Jasper beads, 6MM. The button really makes it look southwestern, I think. Hope you like. Lisa LaBarre-Kurz



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  1. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    I like! :) You did a very nice job! I think the contrasting thread adds to the design. When I make mine, I don’t always match the leather or the stones. Sometimes I want the thread to show. And you’re right about the button!

  2. Retro By Design
    Retro By Design says:

    I like what you did!!! Nice job & I love the button too!!!

  3. NY Bella
    NY Bella says:

    Great job on this!!

  4. Crazy Chick Frida
    Crazy Chick Frida says:

    I think it’s cool!

  5. Asia
    Asia says:

    Excellent job :D

  6. Blooming Ideas
    Blooming Ideas says:

    Lisa, it turned out beautifully! :)

  7. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Ditto, ditto, ditto to all of the above comments! Love it! :D

  8. Chickie Nonnie T
    Chickie Nonnie T says:

    Great job, looks fantastic! I’m in that boat now, trying to bite the bullet and make one!

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    nebraskama says:

    I love the red creek jasper and use it lot! :) Very nice.

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    M MINJARZ says:

    GORGEOUS! HAVING LIVED IN OKLAHOMA FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS WHILE MY HUSBAND SERVED IN THE MILITARY, THIS BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF LONG GO. WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THE INSTRUCTIONS. YOUR WORK IS PERFECTION.

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