Amora Bracelet


  • Skill level: Beginner/Easy
  • Time to make:¬†approximately 45-60 minutes
  • Available in Video & PDF

This basic RAW pearl bracelet is an easy beginners bracelet. It’s made with pearls and seed beads. It is a perfect beading project for beginners as it is easy to make with easy-to-get materials. Every bead in this pattern can be substituted with a different bead type.

For a 7 inch Amora bracelet you need:

Lenght can be added by using more beads.

  • Miyuki 8/0 and 11/0 seed beads.
    • I use Miyuki seed beads, which is a Japanese brand, because of there regularity. But you could also use 11/0 and 8/0 seed beads from a different brand. It could be that you need to use less or more seed beads as different brands have different sizes.
  • 6mm pearls (46)
    • You can use any 6mm beads that you have
  • 15.0mm Fireline
    • You can also use other beading thread. I do not recommend normal fishing line for this project as the beads can be sharp and break the thread while wearing your bracelet.
  • 2 pony needles size 10
    • You can use any brand of needles. The reason I advise to use Pony needles is that they are very durable but very cheap.
  • Cutting tool for your beading thread
  • Tools to close your jump rings
  • 2* 6 mm jump rings
    • You can also use larger or smaller rings. It also depends on what clasp you use.
  • 1* 12mm clasp
    • You can also use a different clasp.

The written pattern is available in my Etsy shop. If you want a 10% discount on this pattern and other patterns, sign up for BeadClub

Tip: If you want to buy beads and you don’t know where to start, I suggest you take a look here: US bead shops or EU bead shops.

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