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Suede Charm Anklet


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Use pewter charms and suede lace to make a "charming" anklet from Katie Hacker. The wooden and silver beads will add style to this extraordinary anklet.


  • 16" length of Beadalon Suede Lace, natural color
  • 5 - Pewter charms
  • Assorted 4-6mm wooden/silver beads
  • 18 - 2" silver head pins
  • 2 - Silver suede cord ends
  • 1 - Silver spring ring clasp
  • 1 - Silver split ring
  • 11 - 6mm silver jump rings
  • Nipper tool
  • Beadstorm™ Chain Nose Pliers
  • Beadstorm™ Round Nose Pliers


  1. String 3-4 wooden/silver beads onto each head pin. Make a loop 1/8" above each top bead. Wrap the excess wire around the stem between the loop and the top bead.
  2. Starting 1 ½” from one end of the suede lace, tie six overhand knots 1 ¼” apart. Use chain nose pliers to open a jump ring and slip one end through one of the knots. String three beaded charms onto the jump ring, then close it.
  3. Attach each pewter charm to a jump ring. Attach it to the suede cord between two knots.
  4. Lay one end of the suede lace inside a suede cord end. Use chain nose pliers to close each side of the cord end. Repeat for the other end of the anklet. Attach a clasp to one end of the anklet and a split ring to the other end.


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