Leopard Print Bracelet Tutorial


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This leopard print bracelet tutorial is perfect if you want to be on trend for 2019. This is a beginner level pattern, so anyone can make this bracelet.


You will need a pack of size 10 Delicas (10g should be plenty) in each of the following colours:

  • Gold or yellow
  • Brown
  • Black

You can buy all these beads here>>

Then, choose a clasp for your leopard print bracelet. I recommend a 16mm slide clasp. But you can use a different style of clasp if you prefer.

Finally, grab your favourite beading thread. If you need any advice about which thread to choose, try this blog>>

Experience and Techniques

You are going to use basic brick stitch to make your leopard print bracelet. This is a brilliant project for learning the brick stitch technique. You have a simple pattern to follow. I have explained exactly how to follow it, in detail, including a guide to the technique.

However, if you feel you need more help, or you want to learn more about brick stitch, you can also take a look at this free course>>

About the leopard print bracelet tutorial

The leopard print bracelet that you see is a band that is about 1″ wide. However, if you want to make it wider, you can do so, very easily. I have shown you how to do this in the tutorial. So, you can use this to create any width.

The length is easily adjustable. Simply add as many rows as you need to fit your wrist.

I have also shown you how to attach the clasp. So, you should have all the information you need to create your bracelet.

Remember, though, if you do decide to widen your bracelet, you may need some extra beads. Similarly, if you have an extremely large wrist, be prepared to buy extra beads. Although the pack sizes I mentioned above, should be fine for most wrist sizes.