Having a Ball Bracelet Tutorial

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January 1, 2021 1:01:59 AM PST January 1, 2021 1:01:59 AM PSTst, January 1, 2021 1:01:59 AM PST

Created by: Valorie Nygaard-Pouzar

 

Designer Tips

 

  • Measure the distance from the centermost point of the ball chain (this size is .25") and mark the increments on the back of the leather bracelet.
  • Use an awl to pierce holes in the leather in the places you marked. If you have a sewing machine, you can pierce the leather bracelet using an unthreaded sewing machine.
  • Stitch the ball chain onto the bracelet using Griffin silk cord (which has a built-in brass needle). 
Make one, or make 100's! This ball chain is available by the full spool, or by the single foot. See below for both options.

     

    Suggested Supplies

     

    • 1 spool [use 6.25"] #40-885-6 Antiqued Brass Plated Ball Chain, SPOOL, 4.8mm, 100ft
      or
      1 foot #40-080-01-48-6    Antiqued Brass Plated Steel Ball Chain By The FOOT, 4.8mm
    • 1 ea #51-810-05-02 Genuine Leather Cuff Bracelet, 1/2" - Black
    • 1 ea #61-514-12 Beadcord, Size 4, Griffin Silk

    Tools

    • #65-801 Kemper Mfg. Inc. Awl, Metal
    Additional Supplies
    • Ruler
    • Scissors
    • Silver-color Sharpie® or light colored pen for marking the leather