Seed Beaded, Stackable Bangles! – Free Class with Michaels Classroom

The link to the recorded class is here.
The Class Pattern PDF:
Seed Beaded Bangle Bracelets Step-by-Step

Title of our class:  
Seed Beaded, Stackable Bangles!

Description for our class:
Create stackable bangles that look like cup chain using only seed beads and beading thread! Tie a stack of them together with ribbon and they are gift-ready! This design can also be created with a clasp, or as a hoop earring.

All of our classes for Michaels with links to patterns and recorded class  are here.

About our Instructor Danielle Wickes

Danielle Wickes is a Designer and Content Creator for John Bead. She specializes in working with seed beads, bead-weaving, and looming, creating hand-knotted mala and yoga jewelry, crochet, and jewelry made with leather and wire.

Danielle on Instagram linked here.
Danielle on Facebook linked here.

If you would like to try more advanced projects, we have a Facebook group you can join where we post all our project PDFS.

Bead Projects and PDFs from John Bead

The Centipede Bracelet Project Featuring Pip Beads – Free PDF

Centipede Bracelets Step-by-Step

Welcome Autumn with an unusual Centipede Bracelet featuring our Preciosa Pip beads along with some unique Czech travertine seed beads. Everything Danielle Wickes used to make this bracelet is in the project PDF.

Mauve Alabaster Pip bead is here.

6/0 Stripe Yellow/Red Travertine bead

11/0 Travertine on Turquoise Bead

Copper Toggle Extender

Size 10 Beading Needles

Our Pip bead collection is here.

The Centipede Bracelet PDF is here.

John Bead Rhombus Bead Bracelet Step by Step

The project pattern for this gorgeous bracelet is linked here.

When we launched the Rhombus bead after our search for the “Next Great Bead” contest ended we knew we had something special. Lena Gillespie designed the bead and won all the prizes associated with the search.
Now we have new designers discovering the bead and the attached free project pattern was written and designed by Danielle Wickes for John Bead.
The link to the new project PDF is here.
The Rhombus Beads are here.
Beads and Findings used in project are here.
Tools used in project are here.

Bracelet made using PRECIOSA Candy™

We have a tutorial which uses two different sizes of PRECIOSA Candy™.

You can make yourself a luxurious and lovely bracelet.

The range of pressed glass beads from the PRECIOSA Traditional Czech Beads™ brand includes the two-hole PRECIOSA Candy™ cabochon with a round base. It is available in three sizes (6, 8 and 12 mm) and in many shades and types of surface finishes. These beads can be connected in different ways, edged and combined with other PRECIOSA beads and seed beads.

Design: Helena Chmelíková