Chevron Channel Beaded Bracelet Tutorial | Fire Polish and Seed Beads


Hey beautiful! In this tutorial I will show you another take on a beaded chevron style bracelet, which is formed on top of a base of ladder stitch. I think it works so well with 3mm fire polish beads, as shown. Please see below for product links, and a list of recommended materials. Enjoy!

Materials List (7" Bracelet)

✔    102 – 6/0 Seed Beads

✔    192 – 3mm Fire Polish Beads

✔    1g – 15/0 Seed Beads

✔    2 – 4.5mm Wire Guards

✔    2 – Jump Rings

✔    1 – Clasp of your choice

✔    6lb. Fireline, or other beading thread

✔    Beading Needle, Size 10 or 12

chevron channel fire polish and seed bead bracelet

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