How Do You Make A Free Form Cuff Bracelet?
Free form is a term that is popular among people who enjoy craft hobbies because it simply refers to spontaneous and unplanned designs. In fact, some of the best pieces of jewelry created by jewelry makers are the results of free form, allowing creativity to flow and lead them to new, impulsive designs. You can make a free form cuff bracelet with a few simple jewelry making supplies and a bit of spontaneous bead embroidery. Step 1 Purchase a metal cuff, keeping in mind that the size of the cuff will determine the room you have to embroider and the ending design; usually a 1-inch cuff works well. Step 2 Measure and cut a piece of fabric of the same width and length as your metal cuff, and add an extra ½ inch to each side of the fabric to ensure that it will fit around the cuff. This fabric will be the background for your embroidery so select a color that you would like your bracelet to be. Consider a color that will complement the color(s) of your beads. Cut an identical piece of fabric