Micro Macramé Bracelet Watch with Sherri Stokey

In this CraftArtEdu class, Sherri Stokey will teach you how to use nylon cord and seed beads to make a watch band that looks like hand tied lace. All the knots will be taught in depth using photos and video. Learn Sherri’s tips and tricks learned over years of practice. Your watch creations will make fantastic gifts.
Jewelry Making
Adv Beginner

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• 12 pieces of .5mm nylon bead cord (such as C-lon or Superlon) 36" long
• 1 watch face with loops
• 5 6/0 seed beads
• 38 8/0 seed beads (about 1 gram) or 50 for a longer band
• 120 (approx) 11/0 delica beads (less than 1 gram)
• 68 11/0 seed beads (less than 1 gram)
• 2 8mm split rings
• 1 lobster clasp (11-12mm)
• A short length of extender chain
• 1 head pin


• Surface for pinning - macramé board, cork, etc.
• T-pins and/or straight pins
• Scissors
• All in one pliers
• Fray Check and glue (I like Hypo Cement)

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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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Outstanding Tutorial Review by Diane
I absolutely love this tutorial, well done, perfect pacing, easy to follow and it has these fantastic little "video pop out" segments that refresh you on a particular knot technique, just in case you forgot how....Sheri is really a blessing & mentor to those of us who want to learn great techniques, and then create our own pieces with our own special touches. This is a fantastic tutorial.....you will be very happy with this :) (Posted on 5/16/15)

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