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Nautical and Nice Pearl Leather Bracelet

by Megan Piper

Nautical lovers rejoice, this is just the kit for you! Make this easy-peasy ocean-themed bracelet with simple knots, pearls and a lovely anchor clasp. This jewelry is simple to create, because the bracelet uses special pearls that have been drilled with a larger hole. The cording is genuine leather from Greece, and the TierraCast anchor is made in the USA from lead-free pewter.

Our kit includes enough materials to make a bracelet up to 8 inches in length.

12 9mm semi-round white large-hole freshwater pearl beads
2 yards of natural 2mm round Greek leather cord
1 TierraCast anchor pendant charm with antique silver finish

Have a ruler on hand for measuring - not included.

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step 1
step 1
In the middle of your leather, create an overhand knot big enough to snugly fit the anchor drop through. Tighten up the knot.
step 2
step 2

Add one pearl through one strand of leather, then create an overhand knot. Repeat this 8 more times for a 6-inch bracelet.

You have enough materials with this kit to add a couple more pearls, if you'd like to make a longer bracelet.

step 3
step 3

Add one more pearl to a piece of leather. Loop both leather pieces through your anchor drop and create an overhand knot around existing strands of leather.Tighten up the knot really well with flat nose pliers.

Cut off the excess leather and you're done.

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