This was a fun project to do and I would say that it's a good beginner to intermediate bracelet to make. The instructions are excellent and it came together very quickly. If you really wanted to, you could complete this in an afternoon. Oh, and you can make this bracelet in wider widths by using more beads across. That's explained in the video.
My visit to the bead store netted me two more tubes of Superduos in really cool colors, plus some beading necessities. Don't be surprised if you see more of these bracelets on my blog!
One more thing. My sister, Sheila, asked me if I wanted to take a painting class with her. It was offered locally in conjunction with Colors of Fall Art Exhibition and Sale sponsored by the Sawnee Association of the Arts. It was conveniently scheduled on my day off so I happily accepted. So we went today not knowing what to expect. Sheila is definitely the better artist/drawer/painter of the two of us, but I had a lot of fun. Thanks to the instructor (who is obviously very talented and very patient), I successfully painted a pear and I also learned a lot. OK OK, I got a little help, but I think everyone else in the class did too. Don't laugh.
So that's my craftiness for the week. I hope you enjoyed seeing the fruits of my labors. Ha ha, "fruits". Get it? I am such a jokester. Thanks for visiting and come back soon.