How to Make a Daisy Chain Bracelet

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This is how to make a simple daisy chain bracelet.

Things You'll Need

  • snaps
  • small seed beads
  • beading thread
  • beading needle
  • Before starting, decide how long the bracelet is to be. For my unusual wrist size, I can make up to an 8" chain to wear and be fine. Most people should be comfortable with a 7-7 1/2" size bracelet and some will likely need a smaller size. Measure the wrist to find out what size it is and make the chain 1/2" to 1" bigger.

  • First, make the fastening end. Some people make a round ball on one and and loop to hold it together. An easier way is to start out with a fastener, such as a snap. Make sure the thread is looped through at least one hole a few times and possibly even tie an unnoticable knot to make sure it holds.

  • Start with a single bead, such as a green one. Then sew on four color beads for the bottom part of the flower.

  • Next add the center bead--yellow, orange, or ivory may be best. Pull the thread through the first flower bead added in the sequence.

  • Add two more flower beads and pass the needle through the fourth flower bead from the previous step.

  • Repeat steps 3-5. Measure the bracelet when it comes close to the proper size to see if it will fit. When it does come to a size that will fit, sew on the other snap through one hole like the second step and it should be ready to wear!

Tips & Warnings

  • Some variations can be made on the style--there can be more than one bead sewn between the flowers or no beads at all between, just sew the flowers together.
  • One can skip snap fasteners if one uses elastic or stretch beading thread and just ties the ends together.
  • Pictures coming soon.

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