Try this free Triple Spiral Rope tutorial, a variation of Spiral Rope Stitch, to create your own beaded bracelets or necklaces.
Triple Spiral Rope Stitch is a variation of Spiral Rope and Double Spiral Rope Stitch. In this particular beading technique, there are three separate loops of beads that wrap around a central spine.
I created a short video tutorial and after that, there's a list of some Triple Spiral Rope tutorials that you can try out.
I would recommend this bracelet tutorial for intermediate skill levels.
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Triple spiral rope Tutorial
Below is the materials list, along with the colours that I used. I did not include quantities because this technique can be used for either bracelets or necklaces.
You will need quite a bit of beads, though so be sure to use colours that you have a lot of.
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- Toho or Miyuki 8/0 Seed beads, Toho Met. Suede Lt. Grey
- Miyuki 11/0 Seed beads, Colour 1, S/l Orange AB
- Miyuki 11/0 Seed beads, Colour 2, Matte Tr. Chartreuese AB
- Miyuki 11/0 Seed beads, Colour 3, Metallic Green Iris
- 1 Clasp
- Beading thread
- 1 size 12 beading needle
- Thread burner or sharp scissors
- Bead mat
Here is the video tutorial:
Triple Spiral Rope Tutorials
Here is a list of Triple Spiral Rope tutorials you can try:
- Super Sparkly Spiral Pattern by Simple Bead Patterns
- Triple Spiral PDF Pattern by Mind My Own Beadsness (LOVE that name!!)
- Trifecta by Twyla Harbick Designs
- Triple Spiral Rope by NED Beads
- Sumptuous Spiral Necklace by Interweave
- Triple Spiral Bracelet by The Bead Club Lounge
I have tried the Sumptuous Spiral Necklace pattern. Here's how mine turned out.
Triple Spiral ropes require a lot of materials and are a good way to use up some of your beads, if you're looking to downsize your collection. That's exactly what I was trying to do when I made this necklace.
Be warned, they do take a fair amount of time to make but the results are beautiful. Use this technique to create your own bracelets or necklaces.
Try these other spiral rope techniques.
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