Argus Cuff in Micro Macramé with Sherri Stokey

So pretty and delicate! Sherri will teach you everything you need to know to make this cuff style bracelet including its beaded top edging, fun eye-shaped motif with beads, and scalloped edge with small beads on the bottom. The tube car clasp closure that makes this bracelet so easy to wear!
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Class Materials Listing

• 40 yards of .5mm nylon bead cord (such as C-lon or Superlon) for a 7" bracelet - details for longer or shorter lengths on the next page
• 2 g 11/0 seed beads
• 2g 8/0 seed beads
• Approx 36-40 4mm beads
• 1 40mm tube bar clasp suggested source– http://www.beadifulgifts.com

• Surface for pinning - macramé board, cork, etc.
• T-pins and/or straight pins
• Scissors
• Fray Check
• Glue (I like Hypo cement)
• Hair straightener

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Sherri Stokey

Sherri Stokey

Sherri creates jewelry pieces using macramé techniques, knotting small cords, seed beads and other decorative embellishments into wearable pieces of art and she began creating her own patterns as well as tutorials. She’s branched out into other areas of jewelry making like bead embroidery and bead weaving, but macramé knotting is her favorite.

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Loved it! Review by Mary
I've taken several of Sherri's tutorials. This one is as great as the others I have used! It's listed as an intermediate class. Sherri does not go over how to make some of the elementary knots that you learn in her beginner tutorials. I liked that, because it speeds up the class. Thanks! (Posted on 11/30/16)

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