Metallic thread bracelet - Dagmar Pezzuto

Metallic thread bracelet - Dagmar Pezzuto
Bracelet with metallic thread By Dagmar Pezzuto 2019©
This pattern was inspired by a pattern in Emmy Liebert's book 1921 pg 30 #51

Dagmar Pezzuto metallic thread bracelet 2019

ABBREVIATIONS
DS = double stitch
R = ring
SR = split ring
CH = chain
+ = join
- = picot
clr = close ring
* repeat
CTM = continuous thread method

Threads = suggested Lizbeth 80 nº 673, 640 metallic thread
6-point cameo type piece
bracelet clasp

ROUND 1 CTM. Start with 1 metal thread and #80 color thread #673 on the same shuttle.
Attach to the 1st end of the metal finding/clasp.
R1 = 3DS ¡V 3DS ¡V 3DS ¡V 3DS Clr + first of the metal part.
CH1 = 2DS
R2 = 3DS + (R1) 3DS ¡V 3DS ¡V 3DS clr
CH2 = 2DS + 2nd
Work around the entire piece to form 12 rings. Secure ends.

ROUND 2
CTM with 2 threads, Lizbeth #80, colors #673 and #640
Join the thread in Ring 5 of round 1
R1 = 3DS + (R5 1ST ROUND) 3DS. Clr
CH1 = 7DS + (R4 1ST ROUND) 7DS.
R2 = 3DS + (R3 1ST ROUND) 3DS Clr
R3 = 4DS ¡V 4DS ¡V 4DS ¡V 4DS. Clr
SR4 = 4DS + (R1) / 4DS ¡V 4DS - 4DS.
SR5 = 3DS / 3DS. Clr
R6 = 4DS ¡V 4DS ¡V 4DS ¡V 4DS. Clr
SR7 = 4DS + (R6) / 4DS ¡V 4DS ¡V 4DS +( R6 ). Clr
Make the desired length.

CH17 = 3DS/3DS Clr
CH2 = 10DS ¡V 10DS
SR18 = 3DS / 3DS
R19 = 4DS + (SR16) 4DS + (SR16) 4DS ¡V 4DS. Clr
SR20 = 4DS ¡V 4DS ¡V 4DS / 4DS + (R19) Clr
SR21 = 3DS / 3DS. Clr
Complete de 2nd ROUND

diagram for Dagmar Pezzuto metallic thread bracelet 2019

3rd ROUND
CTM with 1 metallic thread and Lizbeth 80 color #673
Start in R3 (1ST ROUND)

CH1 = 4DS + (R2 2nd ) 3DS + (R2 2nd ROUND )
Complete the round.
Repeat the other side of the bracelet the same way
The number of DS of the 3rd Round depends on the tension of the points applied and the thickness of the threads used.
Attach the clasp.

The center piece of the bracelet may be any type of gem or cabochon as long as it has a backing of metal filigree to allow thread to be joined to them.

This is an example by Marilee Rockley of the use of a filigree finding.
example by Marilee Rockley of the use of a filigree finding

If such findings are not available, build a backing by tatting very long picots which are pulled to the center of the item. Place glue on the stiffened picots and attach gem.
pulled picots backing for a gemstone by Georgia Seitz

 pulled picots backing for a gemstone by Georgia Seitz





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