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Fringe Element Bracelet

Dress up any outfit with this Fringe Element Bracelet. If you love the look of beaded jewelry patterns and want to show off your craft skills, this is the perfect project for you. You won't believe how fun it is to make this project. This is one of those free jewelry tutorials that you won't want to miss. Simply follow the instructions and learn how easy it is to create pretty jewelry from the comfort of your own home. This is a great way to save yourself a trip to the jewelry store or even the mall. If you have the DIY bug and you just want to get creative, this is the perfect project to work on.



  • 1-1/2 yard length (137cm) - Elonga stretchy bead stringing cord, 0.30mm
  • 12 in. (30.5cm) length - Elonga stretchy bead stringing cord, .70mm
  • 1oz. package Amethyst seed/bugle bead mix
  • 1oz. package Amethyst 4-10mm bead mix
  • Size 10 Hard beading needle
  • G-S Hypo Cement
  • Designer beading scissors
  • Designer beading awl
  • Bead mat
  • Clipboard



  1. Hold the 0.30mm and 0.70mm Elonga thread ends together. Leave 1 in. and tie them in a figure-8 knot. Place a drop of glue on the knot. Attach the 1 in. tails to a clipboard to hold the threads while you work.
  2. To make fringe, thread a needle onto the 0.30mm Elonga. String 1/4-1/2 in. of seed/bugle beads, an E bead or 4mm bead and another seed bead. String the needle back through the E or 4mm bead and the seed/bugle beads. Poke the needle tip into a beading mat and use your fingers to work the beads down. Use a beading awl to adjust the placement of the fringe.
  3. Make two fringes, then string a seed bead onto both threads. Make two more fringes, then string an 8-10mm bead onto both threads. Repeat this beading pattern until the bracelet reaches the desired length.
  4. After stringing the last 8-10mm bead, remove the Elonga ends from the clipboard. Tie the ends together using a surgeon's knot. Place a drop of glue on the knot. When the glue is dry, cut off any excess thread.


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