Bracelet remain fixed and parallel the brilliant beads are african

design!

Leslie Bruntsch how-to:

Making a wire loop, page 45.

you will need

3 feet (92.5 cm) of 18-gauge sterling silver wire

Wire cutters

Assorted beads

Chain-nose pliers

Round-nose pliers

2 sterling silver 3-hole spacers

1 Cut three pieces of wire 9 inches (23 cm) long.

2 With the round-nose pliers, make a loop at one end of each wire.

3 String the beads on the wires, placing the spacers one-third and two-thirds of the way around the bracelet.

4 Make a wire loop at the other end or eaOH

5 To make the clasp, cut two 4 inch 110.5« pieces of wire. Using the chain-nose pliers.(j each wire into a triangle with 1/2-inch (l.si sides. Finish one triangle with a loop. Mskil in the other triangle and finish with a hookfl the two parts of the clasp to the loops off bracelet.

2 for rout io-

2 for rout io-

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