I named this bracelet Hawaiian Tiki Torch. It is a bold piece of jewelry and a great addition to any wardrobe. It measures approximately 1 inch in width.
This tutorial has 20 steps. I have detailed how many beads I strung onto the cords, but it can vary a little bit because the irregularity on sizes of the chip beads. Also, I explained about the beads you need to use to straighten the last row, and how you may get the right length of the bracelet.
I included an alternative way to finish it. I hope you like it!!!
It is probably best for this tutorial if you would have at least some previous knowledge and experience working with macrame. Although, I will include a separate document, also illustrated with clear pictures, that shows you how to make the Basic Knots and also the names of them that I use throughout the tutorial as, different people use different names and terms.
The tutorial is contains 5 illustrated pages, including more than 20 pictures. This listing is for the TUTORIAL ONLY, the materials are not included. The tutorial includes tool and materials lists. If you have any questions please email me at raquelsbeadesigns [!at] yahoo.com or convo me on Luulla. If you would like to buy this tutorial but see that it is not available, you can check back in a few hours or send me an email so that I will know to relist it. There are no refunds on tutorials. If you would like me to make you a Wheeled Bracelet, email me and we will work out the details.
The PDF file can be opened with Preview on Mac, or Acrobat and Adobe Reader 5.0 and later. If you don't have Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free at www.adobe.com. I can also send it to you through the mail at your request for a small shipping fee. Please email me if you would like me to send it to you this way, because I have to make another listing especially for you.
This tutorial is for personal use only. Please do not distribute or copy it. Do not mass produce the designs described therein. You may sell a limited number of pieces that you make with this tutorial, but I ask that you please give me credit as the designer.