Cut a length of beading thread to about 80-90 cm. Thread a clasp onto the middle of the thread and pull the ends together. Thread the desired quantity of beads onto both thread-ends before starting the flowers.
Make a flower: Thread 5 beads for petals and 1 bead in another colour for the pistil. Thread the beading needle through the first bead in the petals chain. Gently tug the beads so they are a tight up against the previous beads. Thread on 3 more beads for petals and pull the needle through the bead before the pistil. Tug the beads so they are tight up against the previous beads as you thread the needle through.
Continue threading beads, making more flowers as far as you want to go.
Attach a jump ring to the open end of the bracelet with double knots, reinforcing the knot with a spot of glue.
Snip off the thread ends and allow the adhesive to dry.
Use Toho beads for weaving trendy beaded jewellery! Toho from Japan are tiny, perfectly cylindrical glass beads. We made a cute bracelet using Toho glass beads, but you could also use the rounder seed (Rocaille) beads.