Designed by Debra Schwartz for John Bead
Basic bead weaving knowledge, Right Angle Weave (RAW)
The Harlequin Bracelet is one of two project PDFS we will release this month by Debra Schwartz. It features our own bead; The Rhombus bead which was designed for us by Lena Gillespie.
Harlequin Bracelet – Step by Step PDF is here
White, Silver and Pink color wave project products linked here.
White, Silver and Black color wave products linked here.
Tools and findings linked here.
All together tools, findings, and both color waves are here.
Although this is a free pattern, please be kind and give credit to the designer when you share a photo of the item you made with this pattern online or when you sell the item.
About Debra Schwartz
Other free patterns designed by Debra for John Bead are linked here.
Debra Schwartz is on Facebook as DatzKats Designed and is linked here.
DatzKatz Designs – Bead Weaving Patterns by Debra Schwartz
Available here: linked here.
More John Bead Projects
To see all the free projects that John Bead releases, consider joining our special Facebook group linked here.
Introducing our first DIY kit for jewelry makers.
The Terra Candy Earrings kit comes with the supplies needed to complete the earrings project, extra needles and a wonderful, illustrated project PDF designed and written by our seed bead expert Danielle Wickes.
Limited Edition – They will sell out.
Where to purchase
Danielle Wickes Jewelry Etsy Shop linked here.
Ben Franklin – Redman linked here.
Sam’s Bead Shop linked here.
Amazon USA buying option is linked here.
Amazon Canada buying option is linked here.
John Bead Wholesale customer link is here.
Perhaps the best thing about the kits is the YouTube video walking you through the entire project! Link to the YouTube project in the instructions.
Step by Step Instructions for Halloween Triangle Earrings designed by Debra Schwartz for John Bead.
Basic bead weaving knowledge, Peyote Stitch, Herringbone Stitch
Materials used for the earrings linked here.
• Thread tension: be careful not to pull the beading thread to tight
• Switch to a smaller beading needle when necessary, to avoid breaking beads.
Size: Approximately 1 inch x 1 inch