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STEP 3: String a seed bead, a bicone crystal, a seed bead, a bicone crystal, a seed bead, a fire- polished bead, a seed bead, a bicone crystal, a seed bead, a bicone crystal and a seed bead. Go around and back through the fire-polished bead that you exited at the end of the last step: STEP 4: To add some strength to your bracelet, go through the beads you just strung again and exit out of the same fire-polished bead that you exited at the end of the last step: ©2007 Deborah Roberti, espresso@sonic.net 1 www.AroundTheBeadingTable.com Purple Haze Bracelet MATERIALS (for a 7-inch bracelet, not including the clasp): • 4 yards waxed Nymo or C-Lon thread, size D, or 6 lb. FireLine • Approximately 150 size 11/0 seed beads or Delica beads • Approximately 36 fire-polished beads • Approximately 100 bicone crystals • clasp STEP 1: Thread your needle with 4 yards of Nymo, C-Lon or Fireline. String a bicone crystal, a seed bead, a fire-polished bead, a seed bead, a bicone crystal, a seed bead, a bicone crystal, a seed bead, a fire-polished bead, a seed bead, a bicone crystal and a seed bead. Leaving a 14- to 16-inch tail for attaching the clasp, tie the beads together into a circle. STEP 2:
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course ARTS 121 taught by Professor Dr.d during the Spring '11 term at Academy of Art University.

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