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Spool Knitted Bracelet
Claxton
Instructor: Lisa Claxton
Technique(s): Wirework
Level: All Levels
Traditional knitting techniques with needles do not always translate into wirework. Instructor Lisa Claxton takes you through her design using wire and “bead soup” to create this versatile bracelet on a knitting spool. Beginning and Advanced wireworkers will fall in love with this quick and easy method to create a stunning piece using your left over beads.

This class has a run time of 44 minutes.
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Tools And Materials

Materials
  • 22 gauge wire -You'll need 1 foot
  • 26 gauge dead soft artistic wire -You'll need 15 feet for this project
  • 2 cones with at least 8mm opening at the large end
  • 2 specialty beads
  • Toggle clasp or specialty clasp with 18 gauge jump rings
  • Delicas, size 11 or 15 seed beads, you'll need 2 grams
  • 200 beads ranging from 3mm to 6mm, otherwise known as Bead Soup


Pre-requisites