Check out this free step-by-step Sunflower Bracelet pattern — a simple Right Angle Weave bracelet beading tutorial.
Right Angle Weave, also referred to as RAW, is an incredibly versatile bead weaving stitch. You can use it to make flat pieces of jewelry or even 3-dimensional designs. It's one of my favorite techniques.
I created this seed bead bracelet pattern. It's called the Sunflower Bracelet and it has become my most popular free beading pattern to date.
I recommend this beading tutorial for intermediate skill levels but as long as you're comfortable with Single-needle Right Angle Weave, have at it.
The Sunflower Bracelet is a simple two-row design and I have made both a written tutorial and a YouTube video for it.
Below, you'll find the full tutorial but you can also enter your information in the form on this page to receive a FREE digital copy of this bracelet.
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Free Sunflower Bracelet Pattern
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Here's the video tutorial demonstrating how to create the Right Angle Weave bracelet.
Here's the written step-by-step tutorial for the Sunflower Bracelet.
Right angle Weave Bracelet Instructions
Step 1: Thread your needle with a comfortable length of beading thread. Leaving a 4-inch tail, string 8A.
Step 5: String 8A and pass through the 1B from the side opposite where your thread is exiting.