Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Crossing Path Beaded Bracelet

Crossing Path Beaded Bracelet

 Happy Wednesday Everyone!
It's been a busy week for me! between work and house chores. I also into movies lately and spent most of my free time on the couch watching movies and doing my beads bracelet and same time. This week even with the hectic schedule I still able to make this Crossing Path Beaded Bracelet, a combination of my three favorite color which is green, pink and white. The pattern is pretty simple once you get hang into it. It basically repeating same pattern over and over again until you get into desire length. This is a perfect beaded bracelet because of the very materials needed and basically you can totally used whatever size of beads you want. A very nice to put those little beads left to used. I made couple Cross Path Beaded Bracelet with different  color combinations and will be sharing it here on my blog soon.  What you been up today? Is there crafty moments you do with your kids or planning to do? Please do share:) If you like this beaded bracelet. I hope you do.. ( heheh) I listed the materials and simple step by step tutorial and hopefully it will inspires you to make something like this.. a fun way to spent the whole day!:)

Materials you'll need:

10/0- white beads
6/0- E beads ( White and Pink)
6ft.  Fireline/ 8 lbs. fishing line

Instructions:

1.) Make sure that both tips of your string is level. Slide the 10/0 beads ( green)
2.)  Both string slide 6/0 E beads ( pink) then 10/0 beads (green) then 6/0 ( white)
3.) Slide the 10/0 (green) and cross the string. On right string add (5) 10/0 beads ( green )
Run the string twice to make the base stronger.
4.) Exit both string on 10/0 beads ( green)  cross the string.
5.) Add  on both string 10/0 beads (green) then pink another green then white another green beads, white and then green beads.
6.) Then go back on the base, exit the string on the first pink beads then into the green 10/0 green beads.
7.) Do same thing with the other side to get that balance. It should form like flower with 4 petals. Just like the pictures below.
8.) Add  green beads and cross both string the repeat the pattern from (5-7) or until you reached your desire bracelet length.
9.) Enjoy your new and cute bracelets!:)
To be honest its hard to put into words the pattern for this Crossing Path beaded bracelet but HEY! there's a lot of YouTube video around that you might wanna check it out for reference. I'll promise you once you get the pattern your SOLD! I love doing this kind of bracelet simple yet so fun to make. I hope you get inspired. Till next time my friends... Enjoy the rest of the week and see you in few days:)
x0x0x- Melgie

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41 comments:

  1. I can see your success someday by doing this sis. You can even do some for giveaways. Right? Nice!

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    1. Oh yeah! definitely I'll be happy to do some giveaways at some point. I'm trying to figure out how things works for now. Thank you, Sis:)

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  2. I love the combination of colors you used. Aaaah... I hope I have the time in the world to do crafts.

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    1. Thank you! I used to this back in highschool. I have few beads around kaya pag may free time I do some:) Thank you:)

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  3. It seems easy to do but in reality, mahirap talaga. Nice work there.

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    1. It kinda difficult at first biut nakasanayan madali nalang:) Thanks

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  4. Sis this reminds me when I was addicted with beads. I think I have done design like that before. But I used needle and thread. I fine it hard to use the fishing string e. That bracelet is nice by the way.

    Mommy Maye
    www.momaye.com

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    1. I used the 8lbs fishing line make the bracelet more stronger din but thread is perfect too. Thank you, Sis:)

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  5. I like the color combination green and purple of this bracelet! This is a good gift to your friends too and I'm certain they'll appreciate it!

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  6. Oh, such an intricate beauty! I just love the colors and design! :)

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  7. Love the color combination of this bracelet.. I'm sure it will match outfits easily.

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  8. What an intricate design! This looks really good. I've tried working with beads before but I've never made anything as pretty as this one :)

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  9. Wow, this is wonderful... looks so intricate and so beautiful! Sometimes, when I want to give, I give bracelets especially to foreigners... wish I can make one myself!! Thank you for sharing... this will be useful just in case I might decide to start making them myself!!

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  10. Let's collab sis. Grabe bongga talaga pieces mo. Haha

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    1. Hahah Thank you, Tet. Sure! send me an e-mail:)

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    2. Really? I'll shoot you an email sis ah. :)

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    3. What's your email nga pla? Haha

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    4. Awesome! send me an e-mail at melgiecampbell (@) gmail.com:)

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  11. wow, soo beautiful!!Have you considered selling them? They will be hits!

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    1. Not for now but been thinking about it. Thank you, Marie:)

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  12. This is really pretty! And I love the color combination also. You're really so crafty, Melgie!

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  13. I like this one coz there is green my fav color you know.

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  14. lovely,, i think it is a little bit complicated. hehe but patience is a virtue :)

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    1. I agree! patience is badly needed on this one:) Thanks!

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  15. Ahh this is called cross-path pala. I wondered about this style whenever I bump in to similar pieces.

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    1. Yeah! It is cross path kasi pinag cross lang kasi then change the color then cross again. Thank you, Kristine:)

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  16. That looks so difficult! Making bracelets is fun and also they are great gifts for friends.

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  17. Wow, this one I like! It looks complicated, though, and I'm pretty sure you can sell them for a good price (if you are considering it)!

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    1. Maybe in the future:) Thank you, Marie:)

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  18. Haven't seen this one sis, Nag scroll down pa ako to make sure, at hindi pa nga ako nakapagcomment dito ehehe, I was offline probably that time.. Anyways, you did great with this bracelet, mas matiyaga ka sa akin sis, I don't do weaving, I prefer the ones I make lang kasi mas madali hehehe

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    1. Hello Sis! Just your comment too, been busy in last couple weeks kasi nga summer. parang nasa labas ako most of the time. Salamat ng marami Sis, you have a good bead collection also. :)

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  19. Do still do beads sis? I already missed seeing your crafts.

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    1. Hello Sis, I missed it too, I been so busy in last couple weeks and never get a chance to sit down and work with my beads. I surely be back on my beads soon once it started to slow down. I'm always out kasi pag summer kaya walang time to work with the beads lately. Thank you:)

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