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Double Daggers Bracelet

By: By Katie Hacker for Beadalon

This bracelet from Katie Hacker works well in a variety of color combinations. Try mixing blue daggers with aqua rectangles or frosted clear daggers with red rectangles.

Double Daggers Bracelet


  • 16” length of .015” diameter bright Beadalon 49 beading wire
  • 10 silver #1 Beadalon crimp beads
  • 2 silver #2 Beadalon crimp tubes
  • 72 AB black 10mm dagger beads
  • 5 purple 12mm rectangle glass beads
  • 2 purple E beads
  • Silver toggle clasp
  • Beadstorm™ Chain nose pliers
  • Desginer Flush Cutters
  • Crimping tool


  1. Cut the beading wire into two equal lengths.
  2. Hold the wires together as one and pass one end through a crimp tube and half of the clasp.
  3. Pass the wires back through the crimp tube and use a crimping tool to crimp it.
  4. Pass the wires through one E bead.
  5. Separate the wires and pass each one through six dagger beads.
  6. Hold the wires together again and pass them through a crimp bead (don’t crimp it), a purple rectangle bead and another crimp bead.
  7. Repeat Steps 5-6 four more times.
  8. Separate the wires and pass each one through six dagger beads.
  9. Hold the wires together and pass them through an E bead, crimp tube and half of the clasp.
  10. Pass the wires back through the crimp tube and use a crimping tool to crimp it.
  11. Pull gently on the bracelet to make sure the crimps are secure and then cut off any extra wire.

Tips: A. Substitute teardrop, pear-shaped or briolette beads instead of daggers for a similar look. E bead is a common name for size 6/0 seed beads.

B. This bracelet fits a 7” wrist. To adjust the pattern for a different size, use a bead board to arrange the beads and measure before stringing.


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