5 Free Beaded Bracelet Patterns

Jul 9, 2010

I've had a longtime love affair with beaded bracelets. You name the bead, I love it. Never met a beaded bracelet I didn't like. They're fun to make, fun to wear, and everyone likes a bracelet or two (try pairing up a couple of different bracelets sometime when you feel adventurous).  I'm pleased to present you with this new collection, How to Make a Bracelet: Making Beaded Bracelets with Beading Daily. These are several of our most popular bracelet patterns, sure to whet your appetite and get you going on some serious bracelet making. Download  your FREE eBook today!

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Jess Italia Lincoln

Wooded Wonderland by Jess Italia Lincoln starts off this beaded bracelet series and shows how to suspend various types of beads, pearls, and crystals in textured "eternity garden" brass rings as well as making groovy gunmetal wire spirals.
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Elizabeth Murray

Seed beads, pearls, and crystals adorn Victorian Impressions, which also features a mother-of-pearl cameo box clasp. This piece has a contemporary yet old world feel.   
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Elizabeth Murray

In Cascade of Shades, Elizabeth Murray combines the subtle to darker shades of roses and purples with Bali silver for some great ombre' seed-bead beauty.  
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Yelena Yershova

Lost and Found by Yelena Yershova, is a beaded bangle bracelet in every sense. The mix of earthtones, textures, and dangles add an ancient element to this creation.  
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Donna Ryan-Kocun's

Donna Ryan-Kocun's spool knit bracelet offers both an interesting technique and a hit of vibrant color. Plus it showcases a focal ceramic bead.  

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Each project includes step-by-step instructions and great photography. As with potato chips, one simply won't be enough. This eBook will inspire you to kick your bracelet-making skills up a notch and keep on going. Challenge yourself with a new technique, choose an unusual color, make one for your mother-in-law, and try something out of the box.And be sure to tell your friends how to get their free beaded bracelet pattern eBook. I hope you will enjoy.



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Erin Carey wrote
on Jul 9, 2010 8:51 AM

Hey Everyone - little computer error this morning. The eBook download is now working so please try again.

Erin Carey wrote
on Jul 9, 2010 9:26 AM

emerald.sunrist17 - this is where I am being sent www.beadingdaily.com/Making-Beaded-Bracelets. You might want to try logging out of your browser and then logging back in.

on Jul 9, 2010 10:52 AM

Link works now - thanks got the download!!