Protea Flower Bracelet by Iulia Postica

In Iulia Postica’s Protea Flower Bracelet, use a combination of shaped beads to form spiky round components. Connect them to make this fun textural bracelet. Find it today in Beadwork April/May 2018.


Technique:
Circular netting

Project level: Beginner

Materials list:
3 g matte transparent amber AB size 11° Japanese seed beads (A)
3 g matte transparent smoky topaz AB size 11° Japanese seed beads (B)
42 Pacifica avocado 3mm melon rounds (C)
42 ultra luster green opaque 3×6mm CzechMates prongs (D)
42 matte metallic bronze copper 10×3mm 2-hole crescent beads (E)
1 silver 8mm round magnetic clasp
Olive size D C-Lon beading thread

Tools:
Scissors
Size 11 beading needle

Finished size: 7″

Tips:

  • You may substitute 3mm English-cut or fire-polished rounds for the melon rounds.
  • Use this design to make matching earrings or a pendant.

Protea Flower Bracelet

Alternate Colorway:
3 g equal mix of matte transparent emerald AB and matte transparent moss AB size 11° Japanese seed beads (A)
3 g matte transparent dark amber AB size 11° Japanese seed beads (B)
42 Pacifica watermelon 3mm melon rounds (C)
42 matte metallic copper 3×6mm CzechMates prongs (D)
42 turquoise bronze Picasso opaque
3×10mm CzechMates crescent beads (E)
1 silver 8mm round magnetic clasp
Teal size D C-Lon beading thread

IULIA POSTICA is a jewelry designer from Moldova, with a career in the protection of cultural heritage. In addition to her passion for beadwork, she loves gardening, cats, travel, soap making, and sci-fi movies. To contact Iulia and see more of her work, go to www.beadedtreasury.com.


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