Help Me Make a Bracelet Pattern

by Carlene
(Peotone, IL, USA)

Twisted Crystal and Seed Bead Bracelet

Twisted Crystal and Seed Bead Bracelet

I have a bead bracelet that I would love to duplicate but I cannot find the pattern. Can someone help me make a bracelet pattern?

It looks so simple but I just can't get it to work. Attached is a picture. Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thank you so much,


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Replicating Bead Bracelet Patterns
by: Wanda


I can see why you want to replicate this bead bracelet...It is indeed beautiful!

To me it looks as though two bead strands (one with maybe Czech crystals and one with seed beads) have been twisted around one another, creating a spiral-like design.

Then, to make the bracelet ends, the individual wire strands have been strung through one bead and then separated going in opposite directions, coming together again to make a web-like pattern.

In off-loom bead weaving this type of patterning is called netting.

You can see how netting is done in a great little book called The Beading Answer Book, by Karen Morris. See pages 283-287.

Hopefully, this will help you to make your own version of this gorgeous bead bracelet.


Russian Spiral Bead Pattern
by: Anonymous

Not sure if you still need answer, but in case you do...

This looks like a Russian spiral pattern. You can find instructions on Youtube to make it and there are instructions in lots of beading magazines or books. Not to mention free patterns on the internet.

Hope this helps...

Russian Spiral Bead Pattern
by: Lisa

I just happened upon this while sitting here thinking about what to make with all the 'new' beads I've yet to dive into.

This spiral pattern is so cool! I just downloaded the suggested pdf. It actually looks like something I can figure out.

Thank you all so much, I can't wait to get started. If all comes out well, I'll post a pic :)

Lisa in NY

Thank you
by: Carlene

Thank you everyone for the responses and help.

I will try the russian spiral stitch.

Lisa, when you try it, please let me know if it comes out right. I would love to see a picture of it.

Thanks again, Carlene

Spiral Rope Bracelet
by: Judy

I don't know if you're still looking for this pattern or not, but there is a really great tutorial for this bracelet at the's YouTube channel.

The video is entitled How to Do Spiral Rope Stitch for Beading and Make a Bracelet.

It's a fun stitch to do. I love it. Hope this helps.

Spriral Bracelet Pattern
by: Nutha

I have exactly the same bracelet but don't have the pattern. For me it looks like some sort of netted bracelet. Please if anybody made this please share the pattern instruction.

by: Anonymous

Hi Carlene,

Did you find the instruction? I am still looking for the above bracelet pattern instruction. Please, if anybody finds it share it with me.

Russian Spiral Rope Instructions
by: Wanda

Okay, most are in agreement that the original pattern shown is for a bracelet made with the Russian Spiral Stitch.

Here's a Youtube video by the Potomac Bead Company:


Please help
by: Nutha jeyakumar

I am still looking for the bracelet pattern instruction if anybody have?

Russian Spiral Beading Instructions
by: Wanda

Try the link in the above comment.

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