Figure

Clasp assembly

18-gauge wire. On one end of one wire, make a plain loop (Basics).

[2] String a 3 mm spacer, the art-glass bead, and a 3 mm spacer. Slide the end of the wire through the center hole of one of the peyote flaps. Continue through rhe centcr channel created in the base (photo a), and the center hole of rhe other pcyote flap.

[3] On the other end of the wire, string a 3 mm spacer, and make a small plain loop.

[4] On a second 12-in. (30 cm) piece of wire, make a tight bend 2Vi in. (6.4 cm) from one end (photo b).

[5] On the 2'/;-in. (6.4 cm) tail, make another bend 1 'A in. (3.2 cm) from the end (photo c).

[6] Wrap the rail around the wire twice, and trim (photo d).

[7] Position the largest part of your roundnosc pliers halfway between the wraps and the folded end. Bend the end into a hook (photo 6).

[8] String a 6 mm spacer on the other end, and slide the wire through an end hole on rhe same end as the art-glass bead. Continue through the edge channel in the base (photo f). and exit the corresponding hole on the other end of the base.

[9] String a 3 mm spacer on the end of rhe wire. Make a wrapped loop (Basics).

[10] Repeat steps 4-9 with the remaining wire on the other edge of rhe base.

[11] Gently bend the bracelet into an oval, so the hooks can connect to the loops of rhe clasp.

previous two rows; work one stitch (h-i). Row 10: Pick up three Bs, and sew through the next up-head (i-j); work two stitches; sew through the next two Bs in the previous row (j-k); work two stitches; pick up three Bs over the space created in row 9, and sew through the end up-bead (k-l).

Row 11: Work one stitch; sew through the next two Bs (l-m); work six stitches (m-n); sew rhrough the next two lis; work one stitch (n-o). Row 12: Work one stitch (sew through the middle B of the three in the previous row); work six stitches; work one stitch (sew through the middle B of the three in the previous row); work one stitch (o-p).

[5] Work in flat odd-count peyote for nine rows (p-q).

[6] Begin the flap decrease as follows: Work nine stitches (q-r), and turn by sewing through rhe B below the B your rhread is exiting (r-s). Row 23: Work eight stitches, turn as in the previous row (s-t). Rows 24 and 25: Decrease one B per row, and turn as in the previous row (t-u). Row 26: Work two stitches, sew through the next two Bs in the previous rows, and work two stitches (u-v). [7] Repeat steps 1-6 on the other end of rhe bracelet, leaving the tails to use later. Set the base aside.

Bs and the last anchor bead added (c-d). Pick up two Bs, and sew through the next anchor bead (d-o). Repeat to rhe end of the row (e-f).

[3] Using Bs, work seven rows of flat odd-count pcyote stitch (Basics) off the beads added in steps 1 and 2 (figure 7, a-b).

[4] To make the holes for the wires, work rows 8-26 as follows using Bs: Row 8: Work four stitches (b-c); sew through rhe next two Bs in the previous rows (c-d); work four stitches (d-e). Row 9: Work one stitch; sew through the next two Bs in the previous two rows (e-f); work two stitchcs (f-g); pick up three Bs, and sew through the next up-bead (g-h); work two stitches; sew through two Bs in the

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