Easy Flat Spiral Stitch Beaded Bracelet Tutorial – Beginner


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Hey beautiful! In today’s tutorial I will show you how to make the flat spiral beading stitch bracelet. This is a great first beadweaving project for beginners because it is very simple, yet looks much more complex. You can use a variety of different types of beads for this design, just making sure you have a channel of larger beads in the center and smaller beads to the side.

Materials for One 7" Bracelet

✔ 20 – 8mm Round Beads 

✔ 40 – 4mm Fire Polish, Round, or Bicone Beads 

11/0 Seed Beads 

✔ 8ft – 6lb. Fireline, or other beading thread 

Size 10 Beading Needle 

✔ 2 – 4×4.5mm Wire Guards 

✔ 2 – 4mm Jump Rings 

✔ 1 Clasp of Your Choice 

Jewelry Pliers 


Bead Mat (optional) 

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While you’re here, check out this twist on the flat spiral stitch, and make a graduated flat spiral stitch beaded necklace!

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