Beaded Cuff Bracelet with Nadja Shields

Create a little sparkle and elegance with this micro macramé beaded cuff bracelet. You can enjoy this pattern in a multitude of different colors and a finished bracelet is the perfect handmade gift!
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I will be using 0.5 mm superlon #18 cord for this project.

• For the separating rows:
  • 2 x 40 cm (roughly 16”) A
  • 2 x 40 cm (roughly 16”) B

• For the sections:
  • 4 x 150 cm (roughly 18”) beige cord C
  • 8 x 150 cm (roughly 18”) khaki cord D

Seed Beads:
• 40 x 6/0 metallic dark green beads
• 48 x 8/0 metallic khaki beads
• 72 x 11/0 peacock blue beads

• 1 x set of bracelet clasps (bar & loop)
• 1 x 1 - 5 cm chain (depending on wrist size)
• 2 x 40 cm crimp ends
• 3 x 8mm jump rings (1mm thickness)

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Nadja Shields

Nadja Shields

Nadja has been doing various types of arts and crafts since she was a little girl. Her interest in macramé started with the trusty pot hanger patterns that were taught to her at school. She did not discover micro-macramé until her emigration to Swaziland. On one of her visits to the local African craft markets, Nadja observed a Swazi woman weaving a stunning beaded necklace for the countries young maidens also known as 'Imbali'. This was her introduction to micro-macramé. Since then, Nadja has been inspired by the colourful African art and began to develop her own style....
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