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Keystone Beaded Bracelet Tutorial

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Hey beautiful! In today’s beaded jewelry tutorial, I will show you how to make a beaded bracelet pattern, which is inspired by the contents of the Pumpkin Festival Collection by Eureka Crystal Beads. Even if you don’t purchase the entire collection, you can find everything you need from their online shop, in all sorts of colors.

This Keystone Bracelet pattern incorporates Nib-it, SuperDuo, MiniDuo, and Seed Beads. TIP: Alternate two colors of Nib-bit beads for a wavy look. Or, use Nib-bits in all one color, but use a contrasting SuperDuo color to make the center channel stand out. Please see below for the full materials list. Enjoy!

Materials for 7" Bracelet

(see below for specific bead color names)

✔ 48 – Nib-bit Beads

✔ 32 – SuperDuo Beads

✔ 9 – MiniDuo Beads

✔ 1g – 1.5mm Toho Cube Seed Beads

✔ 2g – 15/0 Seed Beads

✔ 2 – Beading Needles, Size 10 or 12  

✔ 7-8ft – 6lb. FireLine, or other beading thread 

✔ 2 – 4.5mm Wire Guards

✔ 2 – Jump Rings

✔ 1 – Clasp of Choice

Jewelry Pliers

Scissors

Nib-bit Bead Pattern Colors

keystone nib-bit bead pattern

BEAD COLORS USED

✔ Nib-bits – Metallic Suede Dk. Blue and Silver

✔ SuperDuos – Matte Nebula Opaque Turquoise

✔ MiniDuos – Matte Metallic Silver

✔ Toho Cubes – Rainbow Black Diamond

✔ 15/0 Seed Beads – Miyuki Duracoat Galvanized Lt. Pewter

BEAD COLORS USED

✔ Nib-bits – Matte Metallic Flax and Opaque Turquoise Picasso

✔ SuperDuos – Beige Picasso

✔ MiniDuos – Turquoise

✔ Toho 11/0 – Semi-Glazed Turquoise

✔ 15/0 Seed Beads – Toho Galvanized Starlight (gold)

NIB-BIT BEAD TUTORIAL

nib-bit bead bracelet

BEAD COLORS USED

✔ Nib-bits – Metalust Burnt Copper

✔ SuperDuos – Milky Orange

✔ MiniDuos – Hyacinth Vitrail

✔ Toho Cubes – Jonquil Hyacinth Lined

✔ 15/0 Seed Beads –

Pattern Inspiration

This bracelet design is inspired by the contents of the Pumpkin Festival Collection by Eureka Crystal Beads. A new collection is released on the first Thursday of each month, and they are full of a high-quality, and inspiring, array of Japanese glass seed beads, Czech glass single and multi-hole bead shapes, Swarovski crystal, and more. These diy jewelry collections have inspired many of my beadweaving designs, and I highly recommend them!

pumpkin festival Eureka Crystal Beads

If you Like this Design...

While you’re here, check out the Vexolo Bracelet Tutorial, which incorporates other types of interesting multi-hole bead shapes from Eureka.

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Most of my pieces are inspired by the mystery contents of monthly bead boxes. Curious which bead box is the best (for you)? Check out this video for more info!

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