Enchanted Weave Bracelet

The Enchanted Weave Bracelet has odd count peyote borders with a single netting stitch connecting the two borders. The bead weaving is set up in such a manner that the odd count turn around "problem" is never encountered. The bracelet is embellished with three crenulation rows on each side. A pdf handout is attached.
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• Size 8 hex beads 1 color 15 grams
• Size 11 seed beads 1-3 colors 5 grams
• Size 15 seed beads 1-3 colors 5 grams
     o Note: if using more colors, then fewewer grams are needed.
• Button or bead for closure
• Fireline .008 (6lb) is recommended
• Beading Needles size 12 is recomended
• Sharp scissors

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Margo Field

Margo Field

Margo first “discovered” beads in 1991. What attracted her to them was simply color. Each little bead is a tiny building block in an entire work. Bead art at its best is a wonderful, colorful, expressive art form.

She teaches bead work to others because she believes that everyone has a creative spirit that needs to be nurtured. Her relationship to her students fuels her creative abilities and leads her students to fulfill their artistic ambitions. Margo feels all of er students are artists in their own personal abilities and desires. Teaching has taught her much about herself and...
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Outstanding instruction Review by PLane
Other than a pair of earrings from a kit purchased at a local bead shop, I had done NO bead weaving. Margo's instructions are perfect and the video format on CraftArtEdu made it possible to pause while I completed a step, or go back if I didn't "get" it. My husband bought the kit from Margo as a gift, which made the whole process even easier. I love the bracelet and being able to brag that I made it myself. Thank you, Margo, for being such a great designer and teacher. (Posted on 10/2/13)

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