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February 16, 2013


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Kim G

Thank you for doing this, can't wait to try it. I have lots of fabric to choose from and the two paper packs from PTI for beading. Love your bracelets!


I absolutely LOVE this and thank you so, so much for this wonderful tutorial...
what a great gift idea!
Or even possibly for me! ;)
I hope you don't mind that I pinned so I don't "lose" it and spend a day searching again! :)


You are such a wonderful person....thank you that was so sweet of you to take time out and do this...can't wait to try it!!!

June K.

Betsy, thanks so much for sharing how to make your bracelet. I just need a clasp and I will be ready to go. And your lovely packaging makes your bracelets that much more beautiful. Thanks again.

Carol R

Thank you so much for this detailed tutorial. Your bracelets are beautiful.

Linda L

Betsy you ROCK....and we are blessed. Thank you for your kindness and time of a tutorial within days of begging for one. This bracelet has been on my mind since it was posted a couple of days ago. Oh my...I may need a 12 step program. Can't keep my hands of crafts:) Thanks again.

Elizabeth S.

Betsy, thank you for getting this tutorial together so quickly. I love these bracelets and will me making some for my granddaughters and me. They are fantastic ! Now to wait for my order to package them up.


Betsy, thank you such much for putting together this clear tutorial. Your bracelets are so pretty!


Betsy, I can't thank you enough for taking the time to do this for us. I really appreciate it. You are an amazing talent and also very kind. I still can't believe you did this so quick. I'm sure you have lots of other things you could do. You are so wonderful, thank you again!!!!


Wow, such a pretty bracelet, and a fab tutorial. I'll be saving this idea!!!



Rebecca Ednie

This is pretty so I want to warn you that beading wire isn't meant to be tied. What you need is crimps and crimp pliers. They are available many places online. The crimp is a small metal tube you slide over the wire, then loop the wire around your clasp. Then through the crimp tube again and squish the tube crimping it over the wire using the pliers. The back of beadalon brand pliers has instructions on the back. I worry that the wire may not stay secure with wearing. Add a dot of clear nail polish or super glue to the knot to secure it and try the crimp beads next time.

Becky Green

BETSY! THANK YOU for showing us HOW TO make these SWEET LITTLE bracelets!!! :) I showed my daughter & asked her if she liked! SHE LIKED!!!:) I THINK I'll be making some of these VERY SOON!!!!! :) You did an EXCELLENT JOB on the tutorial!!!! :)THANK YOU!!!!!!!! :)

Ruth G

So amazing! So wonderful! So thoughtful! So inspiring! Thanks so much!!!!! I want to start one right now!!!!!


Thank you so much for the tutorial. Your bracelet
Are georgous! Isa from France


Great tutorial! Very clear & easy to understand. Thanks for sharing!!


Thank you do much Betsy, from one of the beggars! Can't wait to try this...wouldn't it be cool to use old clothing( one of dads favorite old shirts made into bracelets for daughters) ? Thanks again!

Nancy Penir

And the brilliance continues. This is such a perfect crafting idea, not only for all of us, but for visiting granddaughters. Always try to schedule a fun grandma bonding into visits. I will be blessing Betsy with each braid! Thank you!


Thanks so much for taking the time to put together a tutorial and for doing it so quickly, too. I think my favorite is the one without paper beads. It's the overall color that I like, not the lack of paper beads.

Rachele Funk

Thank you! I'm so glad you posted this! You rock!


Thanks for this, the bracelets are beautiful!

Lori B

Thank you..thank you...thank you! It is so kind of you to take the time to show us how you made your lovely bracelet. I am a bit of a bracelet junkie, so can't wait to start making one of my own. We are are so lucky that you are willing to share your talents with everyone. Again thanks!

katie brooks

this is so cool, the whole she bang! Thanks for sharing!


So cool!!!!!! I was thinking I'd love to see a tutorial myself but figured that was too much to ask! I can't wait to make them!!!!!!!!


Beautiful bracelets. The person who advised you to use crimp beads is right - they will help the wire hold up much longer. I love the packaging you created for your bracelets too, by the way.


Love this! Thanks for the inspiration.

Terri Vanden Bosch

Betsy--thanks so much for this clever idea. Ashley and I just spent the afternoon making one for each of us...we used batik fabrics as there is no right or wrong side to the fabric. I can see a few more of these in our future.

Aeryn Kelly-Reitmeyer

This is brilliant, I made a rainbow one just now and I love it! Thanks for the tutorial, I've got lots more fabric scraps I can play with, and even add some beads next time. ;)

You can see mine here, if you're interested:

Jean LaBeau

Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful bracelet... I am so excited to make this for myself. Again, thank you.

God Bless You!

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