Saturday, April 18, 2015

Layered Tila Bracelet Beading Tutorial

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/--ka__dQoKG8/UD41xkMgstI/AAAAAAAAM-0/-vyjw2n9tTw/s400/layered-red-400-180dpi.png

Right Angle Weave and Netting

This ruby and bronze Layered Tila Bracelet stemmed from my Tila Crystal Box Bracelet Pattern but uses firepolished beads instead of crystals.

Tila Crystal Box Bracelet on Etsy
What you will need to make a 7 inch bracelet end to end, 6 and 3/4" wearable:


51 Tila beads, Matte Metallic Copper #TL-2005
22 4MM Czech fire polished beads, Ruby
33 3MM Czech fire polished beads, Garnet
5 grams size 11/0 Miyuki seed beads, Metallic Bronze Copper #11-457a
5 grams size 15/0 Miyuki seed beads, Metallic Bronze Copper #15-457c
*Please note these are the beads I happened to have on hand but am not sure how available the finish/colors are. You can achieve a more metallic look with regular #457 Miyuki seed beads and #457 Tila beads.
Clasp-I have instructions to make your own but you can use a regular clasp.
Thread, scissors, size 12 beading needle. I used Nymo size D Red but Fire Line is great too.

Download the Layered Tila Bracelet PDF
Making A Layered Square

1. Pull about 5 feet of thread and thread your needle. Pick up 4 tila beads and add them to your thread. Leave a 2 and 1/2  foot tail for the clasp. Pass through the first tila strung, coming in the opposite side of where your thread is coming out from to create a loop/square with the tilas.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-RoNtqCciHso/UDoB8Dqxn7I/AAAAAAAAMwU/-VMGCaliN9Y/s400/t1.png
1









2. Round 1 Pick up one copper 11/0; working in a counter-clockwise direction, pass through the next tila.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-6R2FhhTNfYw/UDoB8HA66HI/AAAAAAAAMwQ/W7yi37alo8w/s399/t2.png
2












3. Repeat Step 2 to continue Round 1 by adding one copper 11/0 in each corner. Pass through the last tila, then though the first copper 11/0 added in Step 2.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-HjXSR6f0tCw/UDoB8tbQEpI/AAAAAAAAMwg/a0OmeuwnMmg/s401/t4.png
3a


https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-DqolDpOErdw/UDoB8PG6tOI/AAAAAAAAMwM/nxoGCNQOCEk/s400/t3.png
3b
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-ytFvaPEVqfM/UDoB88ZVA2I/AAAAAAAAMwk/LC04MWSsxxY/s400/t5.png
3c




















4. Round 2 Pick up 3 copper 11/0 beads; pass back through the same copper 11/0 , coming in from the opposite side of where your thread is coming out from. This will form a right angle weave loop in this corner.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-vQrLMew6Dnw/UDoB9IiW7hI/AAAAAAAAMxA/EeNjgiGHKZI/s399/t6.png
4
















5. Pass through all beads in this right angle loop to strengthen, then through the tila and the copper 11/0 on the next corner.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-dx8hfS51TVs/UDoB9S-q38I/AAAAAAAAMw0/mbbfnVGtdMg/s401/t7.png
5a
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-3pVQg9ah0oA/UDoB9o2Vs6I/AAAAAAAAMw4/fytGEBP3nKE/s400/t8.png
5b


6. Repeat Step 4 and 5 for the next corner.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-EgUKaczEio8/UDoIxKtDf0I/AAAAAAAAM0A/rguDWub7170/s400/t9.png
6a
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-puZngPGj_ds/UD2InW0JwzI/AAAAAAAAM9Q/36LqF4aNvE4/s400/t10.1.png
6b
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/--QYnsGO-32Q/UDoItG-EQqI/AAAAAAAAMyQ/kb-gGEF7X4w/s400/t10.png
6c


















7. Continue to repeat Steps 4 and 5 for the next corner.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-Ko8Ydee-cMQ/UD2IncpqXsI/AAAAAAAAM9c/k6p81M1miIQ/s400/t11.2.png
7a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-x5XCngwO84o/UD2InVjYmQI/AAAAAAAAM9U/dWs3IDCuRVI/s400/t11.1.png
7b
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Fic7uTnQL9I/UDoItAqv70I/AAAAAAAAMyM/J6jroWHTIP8/s400/t11.png
7c
































8. Repeat Step 4 for the last corner. Pass back through all beads in the right angle loop. Weave through the loop to the top end copper 11/0 of the corner.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-P0U_Wzq2nTA/UDoItCGX9fI/AAAAAAAAMyY/l6HOHEMSlkM/s400/t12.png
8a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-BJNmTPZV-o0/UDoIt7TNLDI/AAAAAAAAMyg/QHRrMwx0IHI/s400/t13.png
8b

















9. Round 3 Pick up a 3MM bead; working clockwise, pass through the next corner copper 11/0.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-5aqRLjkQxVI/UDoIuIICOFI/AAAAAAAAMyo/HMFGv5tajo8/s400/t14.png
9














10.  Pick up another 3MM bead;  pass through the next corner copper 11/0.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-xGoYL0FDcU0/UDoIuZ5ZuxI/AAAAAAAAMy4/pn4hZIgVr2U/s400/t15.png
10














11. Repeat Step 9 to continue Round 3 for the last 2 corners so that you have a 3MM bead on each tila.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-Wtncm54J1Xo/UDoIueaAkRI/AAAAAAAAMyw/e2AB5YjCWrU/s400/t16.png
11a
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-sJ5uTrbsMfM/UDoIuh70BUI/AAAAAAAAMzA/woT_4KS3-LQ/s401/t17.png
11b

















12. Pass back through all 3MM beads and corner 11/0s from Round 3. Keep your thread tight to strengthen this top loop.



https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-MVTR-KKihMM/UDoIvJIlExI/AAAAAAAAMzM/fiPeGi0AQHU/s400/t18.png
12a
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-6YU9vHwZUj0/UDoIve84V6I/AAAAAAAAMzQ/DWEatQUZAnY/s400/t19.png
12b
  


https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-rjWvuQjr500/UDoIvgH4w0I/AAAAAAAAMzY/PYdfnvlAHs4/s400/t20.png
12c





https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-t_INRmb3gfI/UDoIwOvpybI/AAAAAAAAMzk/n0OrOvDgI9w/s400/t21.png
12d

























13. Weave through any corner down to the bottom copper 11/0 that is connected between the tilas from Steps 2 and 3.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-K2arKaWJ_KY/UDoIwJZb7XI/AAAAAAAAMzw/YLxSr-O8ZG8/s400/t22.png
13














14. Pass through the tila. This shows how it would look from top and bottom.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-boimFCjPzeY/UDoIw5OPjaI/AAAAAAAAMz4/KLGo93DDXO8/s401/t23.png
14a
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-ikuvxQsTLsU/UDoIwaNBLRI/AAAAAAAAMzo/Yc7AY-rmdos/s400/t23.1.png
14b















15. Pass through to the outer hole of the tila you are working in.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-Jiy6rhz1Rr0/UDop-F41QbI/AAAAAAAAM0U/UBSoEWqs7Tw/s399/t24.png
15















16. Round 4 Pick up 2 copper 15/0s, 1 copper 11/o and 2 copper 15/0s. Working clockwise, bring your needle through the outer hole of the next tila.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-SKZCWmGJdzw/UDop-ZMPuFI/AAAAAAAAM0g/om3gs5YaKEw/s400/t25.png
16













17. Repeat Step 16 for each corner to continue Round 4. On the last corner, pass through the tila and the first 2 copper 15/0s added in Step 16.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-aPz4vqqsQ-U/UDop-PzI0sI/AAAAAAAAM0Y/AxsTN3DVN88/s400/t26.png
17a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-2G35o0Pn29E/UDop-nmCJMI/AAAAAAAAM0k/dpAt9ZzGSj8/s400/t27.png
17b
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-DyLNMilc-4o/UDop-zLCT7I/AAAAAAAAM0o/mw2ZvapwiRk/s400/t28.png
17c




























18. Round 5  Start this round by skipping over the very next copper 11/0; working clockwise, pass through the next 2 copper 15/0s and the next tila. This should allow the copper 11/0 you skipped over to pucker out. If needed, use your needle to pull the copper 11/0 out.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-QmQCE-OnLr0/UDop_PtlQPI/AAAAAAAAM0w/oSso2jnuVxU/s400/t29.png
18













19. Pick up 1 tila; bring your needle back through the previous tila, coming in from the opposite side that your thread is coming out from.  Pass through the just added tila.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-1AuQ853rlj8/UDop_V41QuI/AAAAAAAAM00/o0vYjtZgpqg/s400/t30.png
19a
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-cS1GlEWwCpI/UD2IoH_3piI/AAAAAAAAM9o/LXyPdqYozXY/s400/t31.1.png
19b






















20.  Pass through the previous tila; continue to work clockwise and pass through the next 2 copper 15/0 beads.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-1qC73N-z_pM/UDop_rxxQ7I/AAAAAAAAM1I/YLkM3VUra1o/s400/t31.png
20












21. Skip over the copper 11/0 and pass through the next 2 copper 15/0 beads and the next tila. Pick out the corner copper 11/0 if needed.


https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-g-VV6V_VpwM/UDop_zPxN0I/AAAAAAAAM08/XvMwe4Z_Uuk/s400/t32.png
21















22.  Pick up 1 tila and pass through the previous tila, coming in through the opposite side of where your thread is coming out from. Pass back through both tilas to strengthen.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-jEw5UWiNS_c/UDop_5DnfYI/AAAAAAAAM1A/DQS1AMT4a8E/s400/t33.png
22
















23. Pass through the previous tila and through the next 2 copper 15/0s beads.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-7ADF7V_u_Xw/UDoqARSDzuI/AAAAAAAAM1M/b-9-w6FnnRw/s400/t34.png
23















24. Continue Round 5 by repeating Steps 18 through 21 for all 4 sides, adding a  tila bead to each of the bottom layer tila beads.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-akdMRD5ICog/UDoqAvgl5VI/AAAAAAAAM1Q/YS0vjHPCI_M/s400/t35.png
24a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-juK6XAJfmrU/UDoqA0Gp3CI/AAAAAAAAM1Y/3kG2fcTfneQ/s400/t36.png
24b

















25. I have turned my piece to where the left side is now the bottom.  Pass through the last tila added in Step 24
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-bjS_cHiB-uw/UDoqBNLo_xI/AAAAAAAAM1g/bFeESrW9e_4/s400/t37.png
25













26. Round 6 Flip your just added tilas up(inward). Pick up beads in this order: 1 copper 11/0, 1 copper 15/0, a 4MM bead, 1 copper 15/0 and 1 copper 11/0. Working in a counter-clockwise direction, pass through the next tila, using the bottom hole of the top layer tila bead.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-KwZggYIIK70/UDoqBPuV5fI/AAAAAAAAM2I/jQ_n-MPTFK4/s400/t38.png
26













27. Repeat Step 26 to continue Round 6 for each corner, using the same bottom hole of the top layer tilas. Pull thread snug.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-1TCTSJeWqmE/UDowexi86UI/AAAAAAAAM3M/0FnYJsvqfTE/s400/t41.png
27a
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-HSfrY_70Otw/UDoqBmBwWiI/AAAAAAAAM2A/mtUeqspPlhA/s400/t39.png
27b
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-eI6a2Cpvr0w/UDowfIfH0II/AAAAAAAAM3Y/RGd1vE8CPso/s400/t40.png
27c


























28. Round 7 Keep thread snug. Continue to work counter-clockwise and string 5 copper 15/0 beads; pass through the next tila, using the same bottom holes as Steps 26 and 27. Some tilas may be a little tricky to get to as you may have to back out of a couple of beads since your needle may want to go through the seed beads and fire polish also.


https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-f8XYejZGtaY/UDowfK5zrwI/AAAAAAAAM3Q/Cc1CzkGDbSo/s512/t42.png
28














29. Repeat Step 28 to continue Round 7 for all 4 corners. Keep thread snug.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-9XoVqXMonVI/UDowfijr6TI/AAAAAAAAM34/W9KZUTfAt2s/s400/t43.png
29a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-R5ioYGmjxpI/UDowf2wxWAI/AAAAAAAAM3c/zjdJq3DnVsE/s400/t44.png
29b
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-OtwzbBrHJ4k/UDowgG3uWkI/AAAAAAAAM3k/nYGruHYJ8hI/s400/t45.png
29c




























30. Weave up through the last tila up to the top hole.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-0yh2fWycPdo/UDowgegmK_I/AAAAAAAAM3s/w9IHr0TKmtI/s400/t46.png
30












31. Round 8 Pick up 3 copper 15/0s; working clockwise, pass through the next tila, using the top hole.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-GPlflpMwBl0/UDowg-I66PI/AAAAAAAAM3w/pB6QXugG5bo/s400/t47.png
31














32. Repeat Step 31 to continue Round 8 for all 4 inner corners. Keep thread snug as you work. Pass back through ALL tilas and 15/0s added in Round 8 to strengthen this inner loop, keeping thread snug.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-ZArSyscX6w0/UDowhGepStI/AAAAAAAAM38/qvSCBejP_4M/s400/t48.png
32a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-CrwnjUVV550/UDowhIhw4AI/AAAAAAAAM4E/DLsiYCNFpMI/s400/t49.png
32b
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-pXpd1E0LbG8/UDowhxFjTFI/AAAAAAAAM4M/WXrQ8sJShNQ/s400/t50.png
32c























Making the connection
33. Weave down to the bottom hole of the tila.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-4RzxOY2GDmQ/UDpAwKUflhI/AAAAAAAAM5c/6E5CDbGav3c/s400/t51.png
33a
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-06y--XuNL2g/UDpAwFKS8SI/AAAAAAAAM5g/H7fpK97A0mI/s400/t54.png
33b



















34. Flip your piece over to where the bottom side is facing up.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-mMehxaFW1Bk/UDpAwC6D9QI/AAAAAAAAM5s/MCh6H51clik/s400/t52.png
34












35. Pick up 1 copper 11/0, a 3MM bead and 1 copper 11/0. Pass through the same bottom tila, coming in on the opposite side your thread is coming from to form a loop.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-c2j4f1MgaCQ/UDpAwkaeO-I/AAAAAAAAM5o/J39WbIbcIfo/s400/t55.png
35












36. Pass through all beads added in Step 35 and the tila to strengthen. Weave through to the 3MM bead.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-vnPsDEwYk28/UDpAwj-3NjI/AAAAAAAAM5w/fU2O4QiTvjs/s400/t56.png
36














37. Flip your piece over to where the top side is up.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-VA_J_ixH3Ek/UDpAxKCUPCI/AAAAAAAAM54/rjH5f9VIVlc/s400/t57.png
37














38. Pick up 1 copper 11/0, 1 tila and 1 copper 11/0. Pass through the 3MM bead, going through the opposite side of where your thread is coming out from.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-3q1C7v5NsAk/UDpAxN5VjbI/AAAAAAAAM6A/6nieLYU4LCg/s400/t58.png
38











39. Pass through the 3MM, copper 11/0s and tila again to strengthen. Weave to the first tila hole closest to the 3MM bead(hole we have been working through already).
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-9G2aAK-_iQ8/UDpAxsQa3BI/AAAAAAAAM6I/A7OWPPjB2YM/s400/t60.png
39a
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-bIhAMENnK_Q/UDpAxzccvHI/AAAAAAAAM6Q/eXXKnFfSIIg/s400/t61.png
39b





















40. Pick up 3 copper 15/0 beads; pass through the end hole of the tila. This should allow the copper 15/0 beads to sit on one side of the tila.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-FEWgjwqZmCQ/UDpAyIcWX5I/AAAAAAAAM60/Fnpi3BmvT58/s400/t62.png
40















41.Pick up 3 copper 15/0s again and pass through the previous hole in the tila AND and the first strung copper 15/0 on the other side.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-eDy8oHYV5Pk/UDpAySpLMPI/AAAAAAAAM6g/bosSCbQGe7o/s400/t63.png
41















42. Skip over the center(second strung) copper 15/0; pass through the last copper 15/0, the tila AND the first strung copper 15/0 added  in Step 41 on the other side of the tila. This will allow the side embellishment to stick out a little. Use your needle to pick out the center copper 15/0 if needed.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-5A26d5u9ws0/UDpAytDRhuI/AAAAAAAAM6o/_36x_AZ2b-0/s400/t64.png
42















43. Skip over the center copper 15/0; pass through the first strung copper 15/0 on this side, through the tila and the copper 15/0 on the other side of the tila. Use your needle to pick out the center copper 15/0 if needed.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-gREzjdGVnlo/UDpAzE8IMMI/AAAAAAAAM6s/eHMm1Bg7yIg/s399/t65.png
43
















44. Skip the center copper 15/0 on this side; pass through the last copper 15/0 and the tila ONLY.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-Sv-5PJLTtmI/UDpAzS6wNCI/AAAAAAAAM64/IqHA25R1AL4/s400/t66.1.png
44
















45. Pick up 1 copper 11/0, a 3MM and 1 copper 11/0; pass through the tila going in on the opposite side your thread is coming out from. Pass through all beads added in this step and the tila to strengthen.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-xmPA610cVrY/UDpAznr3UQI/AAAAAAAAM7E/X1PsH571HY8/s400/t66.png
45
















46. Weave through to the 3MM bead.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-AmA4jyiIGc4/UDpAz1C8DoI/AAAAAAAAM7I/yJ2TSQrbOVA/s400/t67.png
46















47. Pick up 1 copper 11/0, 1 tila and 1 copper 11/0; pass through the 3MM bead. Pass through all beads added in this step and the 3MM to strengthen.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-tWjflShbkCs/UDpA0Pcs-OI/AAAAAAAAM7M/Cd99xnbvxB8/s400/t68.png
47















48. Weave through to the end hole of the tila.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-lIYZ1E58lT4/UDpA0aGGfFI/AAAAAAAAM7Q/B2CpGy-mUxw/s400/t69.png
48a
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-TT-ZNalwje8/UDpA0QWJwcI/AAAAAAAAM7Y/iICBTM2bxaA/s399/t70.png
48b
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-qmPn-STXNhE/UDpA0mG1GQI/AAAAAAAAM7g/_DkNDVguov4/s400/t71.png
48c





















Starting Your Next Layered Square
49. Pick up 3 tilas; pass through the previous tila, coming in on the opposite side of where your thread is coming out from.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-3TD9aBXPg1A/UDpA09quoOI/AAAAAAAAM7w/fXEt2PKunYg/s400/t72.png
49












50. Repeat Steps 2 through 32 from Making a Layered Square to create your next layered square. Once your next square is complete, follow Making a Connection to connect to your next layered square. For a 7  inch bracelet end to end, which is 6 and 3/4 wearable, follow directions to make 5 squares. Each square with one connection is 1 inch. Add or remove squares, or adjust the clasp directions to fit your needs. Repeat these steps until your bracelet is about 1 inch less than the desired length so you can add your clasp.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-5otmhCPN-zc/UDpA1DSvA4I/AAAAAAAAM7o/S1q__oLtm2g/s399/t73.png
50















Making a Tila Toggle Bar and Ring Clasp

Toggle Bar


51.  Take the 2 and 1/2 foot tail thread you left from Step 1, thread your needle and repeat Steps 33-47 from Making a Connection. Repeat Steps 40-44 to add your side embellishments to the end tila bead.


https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-yOxGohO1Dxs/UD5Hjx9etNI/AAAAAAAAM_4/wTbsiHfigfw/s400/t74.png
51a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-HE6Lux_BWXQ/UD5Hj0q5vcI/AAAAAAAANAA/pNaqK0oo9ac/s399/t76.png
51b



https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-tWVq0Oo9AY8/UD5Hjw288bI/AAAAAAAAM_8/-c2-pqHLQY4/s400/t75.png
51c


















52. Pick up 1 copper 11/0, a 4MM bead and 1 copper 11/0; pass through the tila, coming in on the opposite side of where your thread is coming out from. Pass through all of these beads including the tila 3 times to strengthen.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-KVKGvbUI8GE/UD5Hkch4-5I/AAAAAAAANAc/YaTYpSOUy2w/s400/t77.png
52
















53. Weave through the 4MM bead.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-_LHNHZzFwRE/UD5HkluMzhI/AAAAAAAANAM/q15KPeOuBWA/s400/t78.png
53















54. Pick up 1 copper 11/0, a tila and 1 copper 11/0. Pass through all beads including the 4MM bead 2 times to strengthen.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-cPauPacsED4/UD5Hk_cxF7I/AAAAAAAANAQ/EP2za-3T3eg/s400/t79.png
54
















55. Weave through the tila.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-RP4ldZyYFJk/UD5HlEKoaiI/AAAAAAAANAg/Ax9krdFBykY/s399/t80.png
55















56. Pick up 1 tila and bring it next to the previous tila.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-OjBylZsjun0/UD5HlePvpKI/AAAAAAAANAs/JFTsAYAYEwY/s400/t81.png
56
















57. Pass through the end holes of both tilas. Pull your thread.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-ycHhLRIXgOY/UD5Hl6XTV7I/AAAAAAAANAw/KKEnWf_WPAY/s400/t82.png
57















58. Pick up another tila and bring it next to the tila your thread is coming out from.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-KE8G4nLY8hU/UD5Hl_ZvbkI/AAAAAAAANA0/pw3lJHJTyzU/s400/t83.png
58















59. Pass through all 3 tilas, going through the first holes near the 4MM bead, then back through the end holes
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-q5BoCNhjmkc/UD5HmZTPH2I/AAAAAAAANBA/-1ML7IhGFEc/s423/t84.png
59a
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-TR06ajz__K0/UD5HmWlrQWI/AAAAAAAANBE/UH_P-DpGdRE/s400/t85.png
59b















60. Pick up 3 copper 11/0 beads; pass through the tila bar going through the first holes.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-K9cLmrbYxR0/UD5HmpWnhLI/AAAAAAAANBw/wvSlnN71ydc/s400/t86.png
60













61. Pick up another 3 copper 11/0 beads; pass through the end holes of the tila bar and through the first strung copper 11/0 from Step 60.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-RgnwJIVOL8w/UD5Hmw3IsQI/AAAAAAAANBQ/0vI2CjE4p8I/s400/t87.png
61













62. Skip over the center copper 11/0 added in Step 60; pass through the end copper 11/0 on this side, through the tila bar and the  copper 11/0 on the opposite side of the bar. Repeat this step for the other side of the bar. Weave through the bar and your bracelet, tying 2 to 3 half hitch knots to secure your thread and cut your thread.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/--YHcrMNbt7A/UD5HnPrPSCI/AAAAAAAANBU/dwawRVaHTK0/s400/t88.png
62










Beaded Ring
63. You will need at least a 2 1/2 to 3 foot thread for this part. If you don't have a long enough tail thread, end it and tie in a new piece. Repeat steps 51-53 for this end. Pick up about 23 copper 11/0 beads;  pass through the 4MM bead to create a loop.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-gTfRnmJFo34/UD5HndAPe5I/AAAAAAAANBk/qKTf92T0GJw/s401/t89.png
63
















64. Pass through all 11/0s and the 4MM bead again to strengthen this loop. Test your toggle end to make sure it goes through the ring.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-JP-PQkDYlXY/UD5Hno7FtwI/AAAAAAAANBg/zX3fZYpgzvc/s399/t90.png
64

















65. Weave through the 4MM bead, then pass through the first 2 copper 11/0 beads in the ring.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-3KXg5hSpi6M/UD5HoJfcj3I/AAAAAAAANB0/hHrIPHxryhM/s400/t91.png
65















66. Pick up 3 copper 15/0 beads and bring your needle through the 2nd and 3rd bead in the ring. This will form a small loop over the second copper 11/0 in the ring.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-yodws6Gc2r4/UD5HoZaVh9I/AAAAAAAANCA/vPKZiHB7dTo/s450/t92.png
66
















67. Pick up 2 copper 15/0s; pass through the last strung 15/0 from the previous loop and through the 3rd and 4th copper 11/0 beads in the ring. This will create a small beaded loop over the third copper 11/0 in the ring and you will have shared a 15/0 from the previous embellishment loop.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-5iMoeK9MakU/UD5Ho_C77JI/AAAAAAAANCQ/NS_6E_FpsSs/s450/t93.png
67
















68. Pick up 2 more copper 15/0s; pass through the last strung copper 15/0 from the previous step and the 4th and 5th copper 11/0 beads in the ring. Continue adding 15/0s in this manner around the ring until you reach the 2nd to last copper 11/0 in the ring.


https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-M-T5cE-7OcQ/UD5Ho6eIl7I/AAAAAAAANCE/JFXj1j9IGDw/s450/t94.png
68

















69. Add your last 2 copper 15/os to the 2nd to last copper 11/0 in the ring; pass through the next copper 11/0 and the 4MM bead. Weave through the ring or your piece and tie 2-3 half hitch knots to secure your thread and cut your thread.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-EckvUS33UF0/UD5HpfdmSrI/AAAAAAAANCU/hjo4iDxevH4/s450/t95.png
69
Please feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions. 






Follow me on Facebook and Instagram for updates! 
cleopatra right angle weave necklace

Subscribe to my blog and you'll get updates on my latest patterns, blog posts and class schedule via email. You'll also receive my Cleopatra Necklace pattern free for signing up!

* indicates required
Connect with me
 

Instagram

Subscribe