EVA Chain Bracelet Tutorial
In this video tutorial from PotomacBeads, Allie teaches you how to make Kimrie’s “EVA Chain” bracelet.
Technique Learned: Basic Beading
The Designer’s suggested colors and materials for ~7.5-inch (19cm) wrist:
•EVA® Beads - Zinc Iris, ~28 Pieces
•Toho Demi Round 11/0 - Turquoise Frosted Rainbow, ~2 Grams
•Toho Seed Beads 11/0 - Nickel, ~2 Grams
•Buttons - Opal, 1 Piece
Materials used in this video:
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EXPLORE MORE ABOUT THE EVA CHAIN BRACELET
EVA beads zig-zag across your wrist with the simple pattern used in the EVA Chain Bracelet. Use this PotomacBeads tutorial to learn how to create this petite bracelet.
1. Using a size 10 needle, put a stop bead onto about 4 feet of .006 Wildfire thread. Leave about 10 inches for a tail. Pick up a seed bead and an EVA bead from the pointed side back. Add a demi round, seed bead, demi and another EVA facing the same direction as the first. Bring the needle down the second hole of the first EVA.
2. Watch the EVA Chain Bracelet to follow along with Allie as she creates the zig-zag pattern of the beaded bracelet.
3. Add a demi round and 2 seed beads to the end of the project. Pick up the button and add 3 more beads. Reinforce the button. Weave back through the project a little bit and tie off the thread. Make a loop out of seed beads on the other side of the bracelet to fit the button.
The EVA Chain Bracelet is an easy project that you can have fun changing up with different beads to go along with the EVAs.