Winter Lily Cuff

I love beading designs with right-angle weave (RAW). Winter Lily Cuff, like so many of my other designs, incorporates RAW throughout. In this pattern, the first RAW unit is created and additional units with various shaped beads are added to each side. A final beaded embellishment completes the symmetrical design and adds a flourish. Once combined, all the rows of beaded units create a very wide cuff—something else I love!

When I first started beading this pattern, I found it challenging to combine the AVA beads, GemDuos, and two-hole cabochons. Once I worked through the pattern, it all came together quite easily. The ZoliDuos fit perfectly between the seed beads, and that might be what made the difference. The weaving does require you to pass through the beads a few times; keep a thinner needle handy in case the holes get too tight.


Right-angle weave variation



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