Hello and welcome to Hobby Point channel. My name is Anastasiya. Today I’d like to show you how to needle tat this lovely bracelet. Also, I’ll tell you about the giveaway I’m running. It’s terms and the present. Are you intrigued? Then keep watching this video. Here are the supplies you will need to make this bracelet. The detailed list is in the video description below. A lot of you send me comments that it’s difficult to find a tatting needle in your city. That’s why I’ve decided to give it away as a present to the winner. This is a needle of size 7. The 2nd most popular question I get – where to get such a needle threader that I use to hide ends? So I’ve decided to add it to the giveaway present. What is needed to participate? The 1st condition is to be subscribed to my channel. 2nd – to support this video with a thumbs-up. And the 3rd, last condition, to leave any positive comment under this video. I will reply to each comment assigning a number to it. On June 16 a random number will be chosen and I will announce the winner. The number of comments is unlimited. And now let’s get back to the tutorial. First of all, we should string our beads onto the thread. My bracelet is of 14,5 cm in length and I used 7 beads. To be safe you can string more beads. The redundant simply won’t be used. Leave a long thread tail, of about 1 m. Tat the stitches according to the scheme above. Make small picots of about 2-3 mm. As usual, I will leave a link to my lesson about the tatting basics for beginners in the video description. Close the ring, not reversing your work. Now let’s make a chain of 8 stitches. Join the chain to the picot of the 1st ring and tie a knot, not reversing your work. Make another chain of 8 stitches and join it to the next picot. Make another chain, this time there should be 6 stitches, a picot, 2 stitches. Join to the picot and tie a knot, this time not reversing your work. Now let’s make a chain with a bead. Tat 3 stitches. Slide a bead close to the stitches and tat 3 stitches. Close the chain, not reversing your work. Make the same ring as at the beginning of your work. Close the ring, not reversing your work. Make a chain, joining it to the chain with a picot. Tat 2 stitches. Make a join and tat 6 stitches more. As you can see, we are repeating the motif. Now we should make a chain of 8 stitches. Then a chain with a picot. Make another 1st ring and repeat the motif up to the needed length of your bracelet. Don’t make a picot in the last chain of the last motif as there will be no more motifs to join. Here’s what I have. I’ve already cut the ball thread. Thread your needle again and leave the same long tail as in the beginning. About 1 meter. Now we should run the needle through all the beads, from the end of the 1st row to its beginning. Slide the beads so that you have a long thread tail. Now run your needle through the the very 1st ring. Imagine that your thread goes right to the ball. Don’t pay attention to the beads. Make 10 stitches. You don’t actually need to hold the 1st row with your right hand, you can let it go. In any case, it will be set in place when we close the chain. Close the chain, reversing your work. Now we should make the 1st ring joining it to the same ring in the 1st row. Pull more thread to make your tatting more convenient. Tat 6 stitches. Make a join. And tat the remaining stitches. Close the ring, reversing your work. Make 3 symmetrical chains: 2 first ones of 8 stitches, and the 3rd should be 6, a picot, 2. Close the chain, reversing your work. When you reverse your work, your threads can get entangled. Try to disentangle them right away. Now we should make a symmetrical chain with a bead. Note that there will be one bead used in 2 chains. Tat 3 stitches. Pull the ball thread so that the bead is placed next to the stitches. Make the remaining 3 stitches. Close the chain, not reversing your work. Make another ring, joining it to the 1st row. If needed, pull more thread to make your tatting easier. Close the ring, reversing your work. Repeat the motif, joining to the previous chain with a picot. Close the 3rd chain, not reversing your work. Make another chain with a bead. Close the chain, not reversing your work. Repeat motifs up to the end of the bracelet. Here’s what I have. Let me remind that in the last chains we don’t have picots. Close the last chain, not reversing your work. Make a chain of 10 stitches. The same as we have on the other side. Join the chain to the 1st row and tie a knot. Now let’s cut the thread and make another knot. Hide the ends in the nearby stitches. Carefully cut the threads off. All we need to do now is to attach a clasp. And an extender chain. That’s it, our bracelet is ready. I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial. If it’s so, give this video a thumbs-up. Subscribe to the channel, if you aren’t subscribed yet. And surely participate in the giveaway. Thank you for watching my video. Bye-bye.