Double Wrapped Leather Bracelet

double wrapped leather bracelet

Materials -

6′ of C-Lon Bead Cord (Cyan)
1 Big Eye Needle
1 tube of 6/0 Miyuki Seed Beads (6-2405FR)
4′ of leather

Step 1 – Fold the leather in half and double around to make a knot and loop at the center.

Step 2 – Wrap the C-Lon bead cord just below the knot in the leather several times. Sew around and back through the wrapped thread and tie off.

Step 3 – Add a 6/0 seed bead to your thread. Sew around the top piece of leather, back down through the bead in the back, then sew back up through the bead in the front. Each bead will have the C-lon bead cord pass through it in the back and the front of the leather, holding it in place.

Step 4 – Loop the C-Lon bead cord around the top piece of leather, add a 6/0 seed bead, loop around the bottom piece of leather, and then sew back up through the bead in the front.

Step 5- Repeat until the desired length is reached. Add a bead or a button for the clasp. Tie off the leather and wrap the C-Lon bead cord just below the knot in the leather several times. Sew around and back through the wrapped thread and tie off.

This design could be made with 3 or 4 pieces of leather for added oomph!

Our wholesale customers can shop for C-lon Bead Cord here.

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2 thoughts on “Double Wrapped Leather Bracelet

  1. This does look easy, but we are a little confused with step 4…is the thread suppose to go through bead to bead without the thread showing at the top and bottom of adjacent beads? Please help as we really want to make this bracelet.

  2. The thread does not go bead to bead, it wraps around the leather between each bead. It goes around the leather, through the bead, around the leather again and then into the next bead. That is why the cord looks slanty on one side of the bracelet.

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