Leafy Cuff in Micro Macramé with Sherri Stokey

Learn Sherri's methods for making this beautiful cuff bracelet with a delicate, lacy design, texture and beads! This class uses knots you’ve practiced and learned in Sherri’s other classes – a few larks head knots and a lot of double half-hitches – but this time you’ll experiment with turning your knotting on end. Instead of working down the length of the bracelet, you'll be working across. This means many more cords, but the results are worth it!

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Class Materials Listing

• 38 yards of .5mm nylon bead cord (such as C-lon or Superlon) for a 7.25" bracelet - further details for longer or shorter lengths included in the class.
• 1 40mm tube bar clasp
• 2g 11/0 seed beads
• 1.5g 8/0 seed beads

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

OPTIONAL: needle and thread

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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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Leafy Cuff Review by Donna
I am in the process of making this cuff and Sherri's class is so clear, she takes everything step by step with videos to help and close up view. She clearly explains each step. I highly recommend this class.
(Posted on 2/26/15)

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