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Bead Loom bracelet

About this design:

I have made this bead bracelet the traditional way, on a bead loom. It takes a while, but it's worth it! I added a turquoise rondelle with a small silver nugget to close as a clasp.


Seed beads, turquoise and silver

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  1. Beadzilla aka Wanda
    Beadzilla aka Wanda says:

    Beautiful Michelle! I love the colors and pattern you chose. I’ve never used a loom, but I have made bracelets similar with peyote stitch.

  2. chicky zee
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  3. Asia
    Asia says:

    I like what you did and I’m loving the colors, stitching is not my cup of tea, how hard it is with the loom?

  4. Gail Layne
    Gail Layne says:

    Gorgeous! Very southwestern looking, love the color combo! How hard is it to use the loom?

  5. Lynn Eileen Chicky LE
    Lynn Eileen Chicky LE says:

    Michelle, this bracelet design is gorgeous! Love the shades of blue you selected, too! Impressive work! :D

  6. AllureofGemsGlamJulia
    AllureofGemsGlamJulia says:

    Beautiful! I need to get bead loom for myself! ;) :)

  7. gembeans
    gembeans says:

    Just started kumihimo two days ago and loving it! Have a Loom and that’s next is to start looming!!! The colors and design in your bracelet are beautiful!

  8. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    Thank you all ! The loom is easy to use. You just go back and forth through the beads around the threads that you attach to it. You can do as many rows as you like.
    Wanda, please can you tell me what peyote stitch is? Thanks !

  9. BeadlingatMonsterPajamas
    BeadlingatMonsterPajamas says:
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    N Berghuis says:

    I loved how you finished your piece, what a great way to use up your finish strings. I too enjoy looming.

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