Turkish Flat Bead Crochet Bracelet Tutorial | Easy Bead Crochet Pattern

Turkish Flat Bead Crochet Bracelet Tutorial | Easy Bead Crochet Pattern


Hello, my name is Marion with marion jewels in fiber today I will be doing a demo on
Turkish flat bead crochet to make this bracelet, we need some C-Lon Tex 400 Bead Cord, Miyuki beads Size 5 a metal button with a shank. As far as
tools are concerned, we need a tapestry needle scissors, a crochet hook, and a thread burner next load the beads onto the cord using the tapestry needle and I like to lay my beads right onto the bead mat now all the beads have been loaded and the tapestry needle has been removed. make sure you have enough of a working
end and then go ahead and do a slip knot for the slip knot do yarn over you index and middle finger. then you pull the loop up and then insert the crochet hook right into that loop and then let’s do two chain stitch for the chain stitch do ‘yarn over and pull through’ and ‘yarn over and pull through’ and then slide a bead and one more chain stitch ‘yarn over and pull through’ there you go and now we gonna do a single crochet stitch and we not gonna go right into the first loop but right into that second one, so
insert your crochet hook right there so now you have two cords onto your crochet hook and do yarn over and pull just through the first one we still have two cords right on the crochet hook and yarn over and then pull through both of the loops and then slide a bead now one bead’s in place ‘yarn over and pull through’ for one chain stitch and now turn the work around do a single crochet stitch right at the previous bead so that bead on the left, you’re gonna go right behind it and above and then yarn over so you have two cords yarn over and pull through one and yarn over and pull through two and so you can also use a mantra and the mantra would be: slide one bead and then chain stitch turn the workaround and a single crochet stitch right at the bead there we go and then you can continue slide the bead and then chain stitch turn the work around and one single crochet right at the bead so yarn over and pull through one
and yarn over and pull through both and then you can just continue
until you’ve achieved the body of the bracelet now the body of the bracelet is finished so we’re gonna attach the button right here I usually do it with two stitch going around the shank make the loop with chain stitch so it’s yarn over and pull through
yarn over and pull through and make that as long as
twice the diameter of the button so here you can just go ahead and cut the cord for stitching the loop, use the tapestry needle and then just mimic the chain stitch so I just go in and then back and through a different hole, come back and then I’m gonna go ahead and turn the work around and then bring the cord towards one of the bead and there kwe go, and then with the thread burner and if you never used a thread burner try it on a little sample
before you actually use it on your bracelet so to make sure that you don’t melt your
bracelet so turn it on and once it’s nice and hot just cut the thread about 3 mm away from the bracelet so you have a little tail sticking out and then bring the thread burner and just melt that end right into the bracelet and then I use my finger and
push the melted end into the bracelet but I have pretty good heat resistance on my fingers if not, use the cap to push that melted end in and now you can see it’s barely noticeable and now I stitched the button
a couple of times (around the shank) and then I’m gonna
bring the end towards the button so it can be melted right behind it and then just like we did with the loop I’m gonna go ahead and cut the cord
with the thread burner and then come and melt it into the bracelet and there it is and the bracelet is finished and it’s ready to wear for more info about this tutorial and for supplies and to look at the tutorial with still pictures on my blog Visit my website. Thank you. Bye bye

7 Comments

  1. Hi Marion 🙂
    Love your new YouTube channel and have been a fan of your web site for quite a while. It's so great that you are now making videos and I look forward to more.
    Just one kind critique, I could not hear your instruction because the music is too loud. I got what you were teaching just by watching but it would have been nice to hear what you were saying.
    I`ll be visiting your site and purchasing a kit, this is such a beautiful bracelet, I just have to try making it :)) thanks again!

  2. I've made several of these bracelets-using kits from your website. I believe, since you load all your beads onto the thread at the beginning, this is an excellent project to take with you while sitting and waiting. Mine go with me to the car garage, the dentist, and other places to pass the waiting time. Thanks for sharing this video.

  3. Like many here, I'm a great fan of your website and enjoy the emails that arrive to me from you. Given these videos are a new venture for you – I must compliment the photo / videography you executed here. It was very clear and easy to follow the visual sequencing. I could truly SEE each step. Perhaps it's true that the music is too loud or your voice too soft – but when a video tutorial is shot well I don't need any voice-over. Thank you so very much and looking forward to more!

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