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Tutorial for the "Mystery SuperDuo Bracelet"

Materials:

11/0 seed beads (SB11)

8/0 seed beads (SB8)

SuperDuo beads (SD)

FireLine or Nymo B

Clasp
1. Pick up one SD + one SB11 + one SD. Slide the beads down to the end and leave a tail long enough to add half of the clasp
later. Go through the other hole of the SD you just exited.
2. Pick up one SB11 and go through the empty hole of the other SD. Go across and through the other hole of the SD then
continue on through the SB11 and the other SD.

3. Pick up one SB11 + one SD. Repeat this for the length of the bracelet, ending with a SD.
4. Go through the other hole of the last SD. Add one SB11 between each SD. Once you reach the end of the bracelet, go through
the SD, SB11 and SD on the end. Pull the beads snug.
5. Go through the other hole of the last SD, then go through the SB11.

6. Pick up one SB8 + SB11 + SB8. Go back around through the SB11 you just exited.

7. Continue on through the next SD and SB11.

8. Pick up one SB8 + SB11. Go through the previous SB8, going toward the SD but don't go through the SD. Then go back
around and through the SB11 you just exited, then continue on through the next SD and SB11. Repeat this for the length of the
bracelet. At the end of the row, exit through the last SD.

9. Flip the work around and go through the last SB8

Repeat adding SD's in this manner for the length of the bracelet. Add a SD on the very end after the last SB11. Go up through
the SB8 on the end.
11. Circle around through the next SB11, SB8 and SB11 of the little "cross" of beads near the end of the bracelet. Exit through
the inside hole of the SD on the end.
"Cross" of beads highlighted in red:

"CROSS" OF BEADS

12. Go through the other hole of the SD. Add one SB11 between each SD for the length of the bracelet. Exit through the last SD.
13. Go through the other hole of the SD then circle around through the "cross" of seed beads starting with the SB11 from the
previous row.

After going through the SB8 on the end of the bracelet, go through the inside hole of the last SD going from the inside to the
outside. Make sure that you're working on the row that you just added and not the row with the tail thread.

Flip the work around then go across and in through the other hole of the SD and continue on through the next SB11.

14. Pick up one SB8 + SB11 + SB8. Go back around through the SB11 you just exited.
15. Continue on through the next SD and SB11.
16. Pick up one SB8 + SB11. Go up through the previous SB8, going toward the SD but don't go through it. Then go back
around through the SB11 you just exited, then continue on through the next SD and SB11. Repeat this for the length of the
bracelet. Exit through the SD on the end.
17. Repeat steps 9-16, adding as many rows as you'd like for your bracelet. Finish off the ends of the bracelet and add a clasp as
desired.
Inspired by Deb's comment about using 3mm beads in place of the 8/0 seed beads, I made this little sample using a variety of
3mm beads. As you can see, the pattern works quite well with druks, fire polished beads and also with bicones.

Linda's Crafty Inspirations