I love the geometry in this piece – square beads, square pattern, stairstep angles. The kit is available in two widths.
The main kit image shows the wide version in blue and silver, and the narrow version in pink and goldfill. The wide bracelet kit includes enough materials to make a 7½” bracelet. The narrow bracelet kit includes enough materials to make an 8½” bracelet. You can make shorter versions if you’d like, but that’s how the math works out with an exact pattern repeat.
I recommend that you wrap all of your beads at the beginning, and sort them into rows. If you’re amazingly consistent in your wrapping, you won’t need to do this. But if you’re like me, and each one comes out to be a slightly different length? Grouping them like this will let you even out the “shorts” and “longs” so that each row of your bracelet is the same length.
This is a fairly easy project, but it assumes that you’re already comfortable with wire-wraps. There are no specific instructions for the wire-wraps in the instructions. If you’re not feeling confident, check out Beadaholique’s nice little tutorial.
Instructions are sold separately – these kits contain only the jump rings, beads, wire segments, and clasp.