The Ultimate Guide to Flat Chenille Stitch Bracelet – DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads


Allie revisits a complex and intricate pattern with the Flat Chenille Stitch Bracelet. This beauty features Miyuki Seed Beads in 8/0 and 11/0 and a 3 Strand Claspgarten Clasp. This stunner will test your skills and boost your confidence both in making and wearing it. Gather your materials and come create with us!

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Enjoy using this jewelry-making bead tutorial video to help you become a more creative and happier beader!

Materials List:
●Miyuki Seed Bead 8/0 – Aluminum Silver, ~ 10 Grams
●Miyuki Seed Bead 11/0 – Duracoat Galvanized Gold, ~ 2 Grams
●ClaspGarten Rectangle Waves Silver Plated 3 Strand Clasp, 1 piece

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  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Pamela Forman

    Wonderful tutorial - thank you for all you do.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Willy Johnstone

    Very well explained tutorial. Thank you.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Shannon Spoon

    What do you do with the stop bead? Did I miss it? Beautiful bracelet.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31


    I love this stitch. Thank you for the great tutorial! Only issue I am having is finding a clasp. The one pictured is no longer available. Is there a particular size I should look for in a 3 strand clasp?
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    camille huddleston

  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Komal Bhardwaj

    You are amazing. It's a little difficult project for me cause I am new student in jewelry making. I will definitely try this challenge. You have wonderful 👏 way of teaching. You are A+ teacher. I would love to be your student. I learned a lot. When I start working on this project I will keep watching step by step your tutorial. Thanks again 🥰 Komal.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Marina Morales

    Queda hermosa ojalá me quede así yo uso telar 🤲🥰🌷saludos desde Uruguay 🇺🇾🇺🇾🇺🇾
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Elena Červinková

    Je tu na YouTube viacero videí s technikou Chenille, ale Vaše podanie je z nich najkrajšie. Pridala som si jedno okienko aby som mala náramok širší, bude pre dcéru, má štíhlu ruku tak jej vynikne. Veľmi pekne ďakujem že ste sa s nami podelila o návod...❤️🌹❤️🌹❤️
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Darla Boyle

    I believe this is the first time I've ever seen a tutorial on flat chenille stitch. Tubular chenille stitch is one of my faves.

    You said herringbone stitch but I think it's more like peyote. Maybe odd count peyote with the 8/0 turnaround.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Marina Morales

    Hermosa pulsera 🌷
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Lojuana Purvis

    Thank you so much Allie. This one was a bit of a challenge but I did not let it defeat me! I got it and can’t wait to make many more. I appreciate you and all the other ladies that spend so much time making videos for folks like myself that without you I would be lost in the beading world. Thanks again so very much!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Alonza Handmade accessories

    Gorgeous... thank you
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Hada Lamat

    Complicated turns, I got bored of the impossible, although I experienced it and I almost have a bracelet but I can't keep looking at the computer because I can't find the logic to memorize and flow with work. Nice work. Thanks for sharing
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Lexxi Love

    I love this stitch. I followed the tutorial and even bought the same clasp off your site. The bracelet is beautiful but the clasp (I ordered 3 and they're all the same) is very stiff and now I wish I didn't sew it onto my bracelet. I'm going to have to take it apart and start over because the clasp doesn't open very easily AT ALL once the bracket is on. :-(
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Just someone

    The fun thing about this is, make it longer and you'll get a choker.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    K P

    Am I the only one who wants desperately to move that 11/0 outta the pile of 8/0?
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Betsi Newbury

    I absolutely love the tubular chenille and look forward to trying this flat version. Thanks so much!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    fuzzylop 9

    I like the look of that stich.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Donna Ohori

    I get to going pretty good and then I seem to derail about at row 5 or 6 and I'm sure I look like a deer in headlights!!! It's a great tutorial, but I'm going to have to do it over and over to finally get it. It's those turns lol!!!! Thanks so much and I'll keep at it!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Michelle Gray

    Ever since I learned how to stitch tubular chenille at least 18 months ago, I've wondered how to stitch flat chenille, but I couldn't find a tutorial for it - until now. THANK YOU SO MUCH for posting this terrific tutorial! It really does look simple. Well maybe not simple, but easy enough once learned and in a rhythm. The possibilities for the flat chenille stitch, embellished or not, seem endless depending on the combination of beads used. I can actually imagine a 15/0 on either side of the outer edge 11's for a little more embellishment or bling. Anxious to give this a whirl, esp. since seeing your Winter Blossom bracelet. Thanks again!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Deborah Shearon

    One of my favorite stitches...I like the way you begin this pattern. Thank you!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Karin Geiger

    Thank you! I found it challenging at first... working on my second piece now :-) Very fun!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31


    Wonderful . Happy New Year.
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Doris Cote

    Love it. Great that it is on video so we can go back and stop and get it right. I hope!
    Happy New Year!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Real Girl - Tove N

    I'm making it right now while following along with you. I love this stitch! It's s bit challenging but worth it. Thanks Allie!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Rosa Perez

    Amazing tutorial!!!! Thanks !!
  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Khadja Almasabili

  • Posted: 2021-02-21 04:31

    Second Account

    I’ve tried this before, but I just don’t really see the point. It looks exactly the same as flat netting, which is so much simpler.

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