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The one after that will go pink, pink, blue.

For the third row, we will again be stringing three beads at a time. This cuff looks complicated but is a relatively simple project. I've had many people ask for instructions.



The next segment will go yellow, yellow, pink.


Cut a long piece of string - as long as you are comfortable working with. Would you like to share photos of your beaded creations with us? Take the first set of 30 red beads and string them onto the cord. You are in mobile-friendly mode, which is recommended for all devices, especially mobile devices.
Hopefully you can see the pattern.


The next three beads you string will be yellow, because the next "middle bead" you'll string through is also yellow. For the first segment, we'll first be stringing two blue beads, and one green bead.



This tutorial will teach you how to make a basic kandi cuff that can be turned into a 3D cuff if desired. At the end of each row, double check to make sure you have not made any mistakes before tying off that row.

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Pull tightly, and you now have what's called a double. Pull tightly.

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Hopefully you can see the pattern. You can always tie on more later. Continue adding orange beads.

But this time, we'll be stringing through the "middle bead" of each 3-bead segment.

Pull tightly.

This tutorial will teach you how to make a basic kandi cuff that can be turned into a 3D cuff if desired. When you get to the end of the row, pull through the "middle bead" as usual.

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The next segment will go yellow, yellow, pink.

If you run out of string, click here to learn how to tie more on.
Go through next red bead and string another orange bead onto the bracelet.

To make the second row, you'll be stringing 3 beads at a time, using the black beads as the "connector" beads - the beads you pull the string through.

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If you run out of string, click here to learn how to tie more on.Please do not post this tutorial on other websites, but you may link to it. Hopefully you can understand how the colors match up now.
The next three beads you string will be pink, then blue, then green, etc.

Please do not post this tutorial on other websites, but you may link to it.

Thread the three beads, and pull your string through the next black bead.



15 each orange, yellow, green blue and indigo beads*. They will alternating like bricks between every other red bead. This is a good time to test the width on your wrist and make adjustments.

Supplies needed: (lots of) string, scissors, five different colors of pony beads, and 8 shaped beads (if possible).

Thread the next three beads - which will be green, green, yellow, and then pull through the next black bead.

This type of cuff is also called an X cuff because of the Xs that form. For the third row, we will again be stringing three beads at a time.

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How to make kandi cuffs! Your final row will be a double row of the violet beads.
. Thread the next three beads - which will be green, green, yellow, and then pull through the next black bead.


Give it a tug to ensure that it stays tied, as the cord is very slippery and comes untied easily.

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28 beads will work well for smaller women or children's wrists. Take one orange bead and string it onto the bracelet. If you tuck longer ends back through some of the middle beads before trimming them, you can prevent the knot pulling through when stretched. Nov 4, 2019 - Explore Rachel's board "Kandi ideas" on Pinterest. Indigo and violet can be tricky because most sets have one shade of blue and one of purple.
To make a larger or smaller cuff, change the count by an even increment. The one after that will go pink, pink, blue.

Tie the two ends together, making 2-3 knots. Strand them as single bead bracelets or stitch them into a cuff using the odd-count flat-bead peyote stitch.
In the clear rainbow bracelet below, I used blue green.

For the third row, each three beads that we string will be the same color, and will match up with the bead that we string through (not from).



I usually knot the two ends together the next time I go around for added reinforcement.

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Although this project was made with large plastic pony beads, the same peyote stitch technique could be used with any type of similarly sized beads.

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To start the third row, pull your string through the nearest middle bead (without stringing a new bead).

Then string 32 beads in the order shown below, and move the short end of the string to the right hand side. Pull tightly again. Your final row will be a double row of the violet beads.

This type of cuff is also called an X cuff because of the Xs that form.

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Trim or tuck any loose ends.

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The orange bead will push down the neighboring red bead, which creates a zig zag pattern. Your bracelet should be complete.

Pull tightly. This video appears to have been deleted from YouTube. Pull the string through the nearest black bead. String the cord through the entire bracelet a second time and tie it off again firmly. Pull tightly.

If you run out of cord, attach another piece to a part of the last row and tie it off tightly, using a square knot. We have now removed it.


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Then string 32 beads in the order shown below, and move the short end of the string to the right hand side.

Thread the three beads, and pull your string through the next black bead. The beads themselves are typically chunky or plastic pony beads.

Just match up the bead colors with each section. You will be tying it at the end of every row so you can easily add cord when needed. *Any 7 different colors can be used.

Pull the string through the nearest black bead.

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Pull tightly, and you now have what's called a double.

For a more impressive rainbow, add double rows of each color (30 beads each color) with triple rows for the ends (45 beads).

Cut the excess string from the short end, as close to the knot as possible. Would you like to share photos of your beaded creations with us?

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Pull tightly. This cuff will be 32 beads around, which will fit someone with a small-medium wrist.

Pull the string through the nearest "middle bead," which should be green. Count and sort out your beads to make sure you have enough of each color. Stretch it out to test the knots.

When you get to the end of the row, pull through the "middle bead" as usual.

You can do the entire bracelet with one long piece but it could be more frustrating for beginners. Share on ThriftyFunThis page contains the following solutions. Now you just need to make more!
Always be sure to double-knot your bracelets at the end, as this ensures the security of the bracelet.

Cut a long piece of string - as long as you are comfortable working with. Turn on desktop mode. At the end of each row, double check to make sure you have not made any mistakes before tying off that row.

And you’re done!

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Your cuff should now resemble a tiara or crown

Once made, you can wear one bracelet or several stacked together.