Beach Blanket Beaded Bracelet Flat Chenille Stitch Tutorial

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Hey there! In today’s video I will show you how to make this brightly colored, flat chenille stitch beaded bracelet, which contains a Samaria Toggle Clasp by Cymbal sewn directly into the beadwork. This is the first of two tutorials that are based on the June 2021 Gina’s Picks (Fun in the Sun theme), in collaboration with Eureka Crystal Beads

Be sure to check out the FREE beading diagram download, which shows exactly how the colors of rondelles are arranged, and where to sew in each side of the Samaria Toggle Clasp.

Materials List (7.5" Bracelet)

✔ 4 Colors (apr. 130 beads ea.) – 3x2mm Crystal Rondelle Beads 


✔ 2g – 11/0 Round Seed Beads – Miyuki – White Opaque 

✔ 1 – Samaria Toggle Clasp, Antique Silver 

6lb. Fireline, or beading thread of choice 

Beading Needle, Size 10 


Bead Mat 

Beach Blanket Bracelet - Flat Chenille Diagrams

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