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Old 2011-10-20, 12:28pm
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I just sent them! Let me know they all arrived okay, and keep the photos coming.

Take a look above at Val's (lovely, BTW). Looks like she's actually run all the cords through the center of the beads, which lets them spin more and actually is a better way to use beads you might have that are not round and donut shaped. If you take a look earlier on in the thread donia was asking about this:
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Anyone tried anything other than round beads? I'm sure the shape isn't an issue and will work towards a different unique look.
Also, don't forget to show off your finished bracelets in the thread that was started in the Family room!

Also, I loaded more onto my Etsy shop.
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Oooo! I love this Val! What a creative spin on the pattern!
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Hannah, my tutorial has not yet arrived. Just thought you should know. I'll PM you my email addy, but it is the same as in my paypal address.
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Hi Mallory:
Sometimes my AOL account is a pill and goes to spam. I've sent from a gmail account as well as the aol this time. Let me know it has finally arrived.
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Thanks ! Looks good !!
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Yes, it's here!!!!!! Thanks so much, Hannah!!!! This tutorial looks great!!!!! Actually, both tuts arrived at the same time!!! Thank you!
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I've got mine! Now I just need to make some beads with 1/8" bead holes.
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thought I would post here too ...
Here is one using 13 mm lentil beads. I used 1 mm leather for my middle with Hemp for my ties. I still need to glue/trim the ends off and make spacers to match.
Fun to make ... thanks Hanna !
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Old 2011-10-21, 6:35am
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Mary Beth - you can actually use a bead with any sized hole, you just have to make sure you can get the knotting thread through it.

Lorraine! I love that! Glad you posted in the gallery thread, too. I don't think I would have thought to pull both working threads to the inside of the bracelet. Genius! It helps showcase the beads without covering them in macrame thread.

I've sent out all morning orders. Let me know they've arrived.

Susan - your email bounced back. Is there another one I can use?
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Hannah, I am assuming that the threads going through the beads can be thinner than the threads that you use to knot. Is that correct? (hoping here, because I'm using normally 1/16" mandrels and have quite a few beads already in my drawer that I would like to use for these bracelets).
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Judith - the fiber that goes through the beads is the one that takes the real weight of the bracelet, so if its thinner, then is also needs to be the strongest. But yes, they can be different type cords.
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Thanks Hannah. Good point about having to be strong. I'm thinking of thin leather.
I might have to get my "big" mandrels out
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Everyone's bracelets are beautiful! That's good news about the hole size. I usually use 1/16" mandrels also but I think I'll try some 3/32" sized holes.

I'm hoping to get a bunch of beads done this weekend. I'll have to see what I have that might be good for practice.
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Thanks Hannah. Good point about having to be strong. I'm thinking of thin leather.
I might have to get my "big" mandrels out
In mine I used 1 mm leather cuss I couldn't get 2 strands of hemp thru my 1/8 hole beads ... and that definitely added strength to it.

And ankle bracelet ... good idea !
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Ankle bracelets ARE a good idea!

Oooh, you are using thick hemp, aren't you Lorraine? Can't wait to see the finished piece.

I've sent out another set of orders. Everything should be up to date now. Let me know if you are waiting on a tutorial.

And here's a teaser... I'm working on a Chan Luu Style bracelet with size 6/0 seed beads (4-6mm firepolish would also work OR Swarovski), a lampwork bead as the closure, 2mm leather and C-lon. That's all you need for it, so get your materials ready. It'll be in the Free Tutorials section soon.
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Yes, the hemp is pretty heavy, more so than I would like .. but was what I had on hand.
What size of C Lon are you using ?

ohhh what a teezzze alright, I made a couple of Chan Luu bracelets mix media, a few lampwork beads, then swarovski's ... can't wait to see what your doing ! I use a button for the closure, which I hate .. doh .. never thought to use a lampwork bead for it !
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will you be putting more in your shop Hannah? I went to buy and they were all gone
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Can't keep up with "you people!"
Thank you so very much.

I've reloaded and all sold orders are on their way. Please let me know if any of them have NOT come through.
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Lorraine - its just a super quick and easy one since they are enormously popular right now, too.
Take a look in the free tutorials section for a ladder stitch bracelet tutorial. Enjoy!

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Having never done any macrame before...I'm lost on working the "slider bar". The tut says to trim the working cords...to what length? Where are the directions for knotting the slider bar? It seems the tut just ends without explaining how to finish
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Sounds like your tutorial didn't download properly, Marie. I've sent it to you again.

Trim the edges right next to the knotwork, then either glue or melt them as this thread discusses. Take a look at the photos in this thread to see what I mean.
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I think I have it now. I didn't process the new piece of 18" cord and couldn't figure out what I was supposed to be knotting....I'm such a dufus sometimes! I'll cut some more cord and try to finish. So far so good for never having done it before. Thank you!
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yea i'm lost too. If you trim all the cords at the knot, then where are u wrapping up the 18 inch thread? I didn't trim and it was really hard to keep 4 strands on each side inside the slider. What am I missing???

I've noticed some pics in the jewelry gallery and they only have two cords at the end (which I'm assuming is the 18 inch piece but where are all the other threads?
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Okay so let's see if I can say this easier now that I'm looking at the tutorial. I see you have 3 working threads and two outer threads. When you finished the bracelet, you knotted it and cut of just the two outer threads? So now you have 3 working threads on each side that you are going to attach the 18 inch cord to. So you work the slider and then what happens to the inner (3 original threads?) Where do you cut them? Then the 18 inch thread becomes the one's you put the beads on at the very end right? So if I use one thread for the inside then that's all I'll have to attach the slider to right? Does this make sense? I've got the bracelet made but the finishing part is kind of buggin the heck outta me! I'm such a visual person. Show me how to make it once, and I've got it. I hate reading it on paper lol....
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Hi Reenie! You only trim the working cords, not the cords you had running through them. If you take a look at my first photo, you will see that I had three cords running inside those original beads (and inside of the working cords). These three cords lay across each other at the back and the slider knot goes over them. Since they come from both sides of the bracelet and cross each other, you will feel like you are working over six cords! These three cords are also what my final spacer beads are knotted on, one bead per end. The working cords for the slider knot are also trimmed. The reason the other photographed bracelets appear to have less cords inside of them is that they do! Instead of using three thin cords inside the beads, some people opted to use a thicker one.
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Ok, I hate to admit it but I am totally stumped. I'm sitting at my table with 4 pieces of cording cut and don't understand the starting directions............Can anyone help??
I don't understand how to start.......where does my knot go? do I start at the end? middle? I got confused when the directions says "now work on the other side"??
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Hannah - not this tut, but I ordered the color one and haven't received it. Do you do e-tuts or snail mail?
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Sue - You have to start at the middle. Here's a quote from the tut: Start at the center – thread your center bead on all of the center cords.
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Hi Janet. I do email. I am in New Jersey right now but get home tonight and will figure out what went wrong.

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