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1  Weaving for the first time in Weaving: Completed Projects by Beholderess on: July 19, 2015 04:32:16 AM

Recently I've got myself a loom, and I'm very exited about trying it out. This bracelet definitely needs more practice, still, even as it is now, it would look good with a hippie-type elsemble

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2  Another two-hole bead bracelet in Beads: Completed Projects by Beholderess on: January 02, 2015 04:15:08 AM
Again, a bracelet for the lazy Smiley

I really like the scaly texture
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3  Quick bracelets for de-stashing in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Beholderess on: July 19, 2014 09:40:51 AM
I liked making those, for the instant gratification factor.

First, another of my wrap bracelets. Quick and easy to make, despite the length. Distressed leather and turquoise is a classic colour scheme Smile

I've used a single thread for all the laddering, as it is rather difficult for me to disguise the added thread in this kind of bracelet.

This is my first memory bracelet ever, and a chance to use up some of the tiny coral and turquoise beads I happened to have. I am satisfied with the result - the bracelet looks beachy and neat. Making those loops at the end of the wire was a pain, though - memory wire tries it's best to hold it's shape as it is exactly what it does

At some time during my school years I was in a rainbow finish phase, and got myself a lot of different beads with rainbow finish. Now I am much less enthusiastic about them, and this bracelet was a good way to use up some

I happened to have some odd-shaped wood beads which I have forgotten about. As you can see, I am still in the "beacy" phase so the first thing that came to my mind was driftwood. I've used lava rock beads and a couple of green glass beads the colour of which reminded me of seaglass to enchance the beachcomber feel.

Still the "beachy" phase Smile
This bracelet is just waxed cord, overhand knots, some beads and glue-in cord ends.

I am somewhat worried that the lengths of the cord might not be even enough - I've seen some perfectly even ones in the net. On the other hand, this bracelet is supposed to have somewhat chaotic feel.

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4  A simple wrap bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Beholderess on: July 13, 2014 10:54:58 AM
I intend to make a bunch of quick bracelets (wraps and/or memory) for de-stashing, as they are simple to make and tend to look good with pretty much whatever beads you use.

This one is very wearable, having a classic "rocker bracelet" look, with sable black and brown leather and metallic beads.

Using a single length of thread with no additions for laddering is a bit tricky, as it is very, very long.
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5  Lazy Super-Duo bracelet in Beads: Completed Projects by Beholderess on: July 09, 2014 08:27:10 PM
Superduos are some of my favourite types of beads, as they allow for a nice, scale-like texture that looks very neat and polished with minimum of time and effort. Hence why "lazy". Smiley

This bracelet is also one of the most wearable ones I've made, goes well with pretty much everything - jeans, linen, blues, browns, whites, you name it

I've used a magnetic clasp in the matching brown colour
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