This stunning Czech Two Hole Tile and SuperDuo bracelet looks complex but is very simple to make and so much fun to wear! This is one of our favorite new DIY bracelet projects and we hope it will be yours too!
What You Need
Your choice of clasp (we used a tube bar clasp)
Two beading needles
What You Do
1. Start your project by threading Fireline through one hole of a Two Hole Tile and then through the second hole in the opposite direction. Both ends of your beading thread will be coming out of the same side of the tile.
2. Thread the Fireline back through the first hole, making each end come out on opposite sides of the tile.
3. Add another tile by threading each end of the Fireline thread through the first hole in opposite directions and then back through the second hole.
4. Pull the line so the tiles lie next to one another, but leave it loose enough so the bracelet isn’t too stiff.
6. Continue adding the two hole tiles until you’ve reached desired length of your bracelet. This will depend on the circumference of your wrist so it’s not a hard and fast rule, however most bracelets are between 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 inches. Keep in mind the clasp you have chosen is included in this length measurement and adjust your beaded portion accordingly.
8. Make a second row of two hole tiles in the same manner that is the same length as the first.
9. Connect the two rows of tiles with SuperDuos and Seed Beads. You can make your bracelet as wide as you like. Here we used four SuperDuos and eight seed beads for each Two Hole Tile.
10. Finish the outside of the bracelet with decorative picots.
11. Attach your choice of clasp and voila! You are finished with your bracelet! Now show it off and enjoy!