Spiral Rope Stitch Tutorial

The Spiral Rope Stitch or Dutch Stitch is one of the most versatile stitches. It’s looks difficult but actually it’s easy to learn. You can create one into a bracelet, necklace, anklet, earring and a ring with or without embellishment. And because it works up into a strong piece as you weave along, you can even use it as bag strap. (That would require lots of seed beads I guess. Challenging, too!) What’s also great about spiral rope stitch is that it only requires one size of beads, but your choice of color is endless.

To get everyone started, here’s a step-by-step free tutorial for a Spiral Rope Stitch by

Uzume’s Craft blog.

If you want a video tutorial, watch Andrea of Beadaholique at DiyLessons as she quickly and easily demonstrates how to do a Spiral Rope Stitch.

I’ve browsed the net for beautiful spiral rope stitch designs and here are some that caught my eye.

Spiral Rope Bracelet from Beads Amore

They all look beautiful! It excites and inspires me to learn more, and create variations of spiral rope stitches. I hope you’re inspired, too and creativity is starting to play in your mind.

Happy reading at Handmade Jewelry Club and happy learn more at DiyLessons.

This is an elegant bracelet using Swaroskvi pearls and Japanese seed beads.

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