Beading Pattern for Super Duo Right Angle Weave Bracelet

Beading Pattern for Super Duo Right Angle Weave Bracelet

Super Duo Right Angle Weave Bracelet  Super Duo Right Angle Weave Bracelet

I just added an original beading pattern for my new Super Duo Right Angle Weave bracelet to my tutorials page and my shop. Come and take a look. I am slowly building up my inventory of beading patterns or tutorials. I thought it would be cool to use Super Duo beads using right angle weave stitch. The feel of the bracelet is very fluid. It almost feels like chainmail. The Right Angle Weave base has a lot of potential for embellishing in different ways just like regular Right Angle Weave with single hole beads.  I plan on posting several more variations in the near future.

I used a copper D Ring Clasp from Terracast, which I think finished off the bracelet nicely. I used Swarovski Crystals down the center and along the sides of the bracelet giving the bracelet lots of sparkle.  It might be a fun variation to fill up all the spaces with crystals in a pattern. I left some of the spaces blank in this design, because I think it showed off the grid-like pattern that the Super Duos made using Right Angle Weave.

I had a lot of fun making this beading pattern. I put my new floor Ottlite to good use in my photos. They are much brighter and clearer. I have 50 different photos in the tutorial for step by step easy to understand instructions. So even if you don’t already know Right Angle Weave stitch you shouldn’t have any trouble making this bracelet.

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