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Mountain Flower Bracelet

This pattern features Potomac Bead Company’s new two-hole StormDuo and IrisDuo beads. A larger version of my Starflower Bracelet, the bracelet is created by beading five (or more) separate Mountain Flower motifs, which you then join using tail threads and beads. Full step-by-step instructions are included for creating the motifs and joining them to create a bracelet.

Stitch: Right-angle weave and netting variation

Beads Used: Size 11/0 seed beads (Miyuki brand Rocaille preferred) and 3mm beads (I used 3mm round beads but any type size 3mm bead should work), StormDuo (7x3mm S-shaped Czech 2-hole beads) and IrisDuo beads (7x4mm Marquise shaped Czech 2-hole beads)

Approx Finished Size: About 1.3 inches wide to desired length

Pattern Price (Downloadable PDF only): $4.00

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Beads used in the photo above:

Green and Purple version:
• About 400 size 11/0 seed beads: Miyuki #4204 Duracoat Champagne Rocailles
• About 42 size 3mm round beads: Chalk Baby Blue Luster
• 30 StormDuo beads: White Lila Vega Luster
• 30 IrisDuo beads: White Teal Luster

Mountain Flower Bracelet

Purple and Teal version:
• About 400 size 11/0 seed beads: Miyuki #4486 Duracoat Opaque Crocus
• About 42 size 3mm round beads: Pearl Coat Purple Velvet
• 30 StormDuo beads: Aluminum Silver
• 30 IrisDuo beads: Metallic Emerald



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