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Half Tila Herringbone Beaded Bracelet Tutorial

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Hey beautiful! In today’s tutorial I will show you how to make these Miyuki Half Tila Herringbone beaded bracelet patterns in several different ways. For specific materials, and where I recommend purchasing them, please see the list below.

Materials for One 7" Bracelet

Miyuki Half Tila Beads in 2 Colors:

   #401 Black and #420 White Pearl Ceylon (approx. 2-3g per color.)

15/0 Seed BeadsMiyuki Galvanized Gold (approx 1g)

✔ 6ft – 6lb Fireline, or beading thread of choice

Beading Needle, Size 10

✔ 2 – Wire Guards (4.5x4mm)

✔ 2 – Jump Rings

✔ 1 – Clasp of Choice

Jewelry Pliers

Scissors

Bead Mat

Half Tila Colors Featured:

  • HTL-401 Black
  • HTL-420 Ceylon White Pearl Luster
  • HT-1865 Galvanized Gray Luster
  • HTL-2001 Metallic Matte Dk.Grey
  • HTL-316 Lt.Amethyst
  • HTL-306 Olive Gold Luster
  • HTL-455 Metallic Dk.Slate Blue Iris Rainbow
  • HTL-2008 Metallic Matte Iris Green

Instant Download Patterns

If you prefer to follow written patterns with step-by-step instructions and diagrams, you may find them here:

More Info

This pattern is a great springboard for many other types of two-hole herringbone designs. You may change up where the colors are placed, how many colors are used, and even play around with making a wider variety. Have fun playing around with this beadweaving technique, and feel free to leave a comment below!

Half Tila Herringbone Necklace

While you’re here, definitely check out the Half Tila Herringbone Necklace tutorial, which will look fabulous with your new bracelet!

Great Places to Find Half Tila Beads

Just search for the term “Half Tila,” to check out the wide selection of colors available!

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