Hello fellow beaders. I’m going to try something a little different this time to share how to complete a herringbone bracelet. First I’ll explain why I want to try something different. Then I’ll explain how it works.
Putting these posts together takes hours and hours and hours. Days. I stop to photo every time I do one little stitch. But the posts become too photo heavy, and I have to eliminate some of them. Sometimes I forget to stop and photo. That frustrates me. I have to edit every photo, and number them to make it easy to follow. Once I finally get that all put together, I have to write out the instructions. Being so comfortable with beading, I’m always afraid that I’ll leave something out that is second nature to me. I do a lot of proof-reading and editing on the instructions.
I offer these instructions for free, and don’t earn a penny. I don’t want to charge any money to those who just want to learn a few tricks and enjoy the hobby. But I would like to show my subscribers a special ‘Thank You’. So the instructions for how to complete a herringbone bracelet is password protected for subscribers only. I will send the password via email to all new subscribers. Unfortunately for my current subscribers there is no way for me to send a bulk email without paying a few hundred dollars for a special plug-in.
For my very special current subscribers who want to have access to these instructions, please send me an email and I will send you the password: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get access to the instructions view here and enter the password.