It is time for your inner girl to come forth, because the appeal of a rhinestone beads bracelet is nothing less than a charm for an everyday wear. The splendour on top is comforted by suede lace under to make it an easy accessory for you.
Skip the wonder of a topsy turvy ride; these are really simple to make, since your foremost requirement are beads. I preferrably get my hands on wholesale because it is a deal to get quality, low price and an abundant variety of beads.
Things to collect:
• Get started with several 5 or a ½“more of rhinestone cup chain in any color you want.
• About 3 feet of 3mm Micro fibre seude lace, in your choice of color would just do. As of my experience, I used natural for these bracelets.
• For clasps, just what you prefer! I particularly grabbed a lobster claw clasp for this bracelet.
• A large lobster claw clasp.
• A toggle or a large jump ring. I made a button and a loop outlet to make a working order for the torquoise bracelet with the 4mm rhinestone chain.
What you do:
• First and foremost, take lengths of rhinestone chain; fit the micro fiber suede flanked by the rhinestones and wrap around the back. Take note of leaving 3-4 inches of seude lace on the end part to make a clinch.
• Taking carefully, allow the chain to settle in place, tie a simple knot at the back of the bracelet, making sure that the shorter piece of suede lace goes in and out from the bracelet and the longer piece directs inward.
• Continue wrapping the suede lace between the rhinestones on the chain.
• Resulting stifness of suede lace in order to keep everything holding together and look marvellous, be careful about wrapping it too tightly – you’ll make it distorted into a spiral itself, if you do so.
• Now a humdrum process: tie the suede lace off with a regular knot when you get to the end of the rhinestone cup chain, the same way you did at the beginning. You’re almost there!
• Next step involves making a clasp. There are numerous ways to follow and you might as well have your favourite style that will work, so get on with it. Personally, I used a lobster claw clasp with a toggle.
• Now on the suede lace, thread the large lobster claw. This helps to cut the lace at an angle to get it pass the loop hole.
• Measure the length, and practice fitting on your wrist before carefully tying the clasp with a regular knot.
• Following up, you will get a clasp that is hanging way off the side of the suede lace. You need it straight out, otherwise, will not look good.
• In order to do that and to also secure the lobster claw better, tie another regular knot.
• Having a double knot, your bracelet will look more finished!
• Now doing an exact same round on the other end of your bracelet; ensuring you get the optimum size before tying the toggle on, re-measure the length. To vouch safe from wear and tear, add a drop of craft glue to the inside of each knot.