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Leather Luxe Bracelet Inspiration Project

Inspiration LevelBeginner

Approximate Finished Length14 inches (double-wrapped)

Free Instructions with Supply List
Price $19.37
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    Really Fun Project


    I would like to leave a review of this bracelet. I haven't been asked to give a review for some reason but I have some ideas to contribute for future users.

    I attached the button and then the thread to the leather cord as advised. I secured the button to a long bead board by threading some heavy yarn through the button hole and holding the yarn to the board with a large binder clip. I secured the ends of the leather cord to the other end of the bead board with another large binder clip.

    I worked from left to right (rather than from top to bottom as shown in the video). This was much easier for me. I used black Wildfire beading thread instead of green.

    I am happy how the bracelet turned out. I wish the demonstrator would have advised how to end and start a new thread because this is necessary half way through the project.

    Thank you for this nice project; the first of it's kind for me. Regards, Cheryle Perry