Kepler's Star is an easy flat weave that is can be used to make wide bracelets and necklaces. This pattern is suitable for beginner beaders,
but there are enough variations to please even advanced weavers. This weave can be made any width by adding more rows. You can scale the
weave by using all large seed beads or all small ones, and you can modify the weave even further by selectively changing bead sizes of only
some of the beads.
Kepler's Star sews up much faster than other common flat weaves such as peyote stitch or herringbone so that you can finish a bracelet
in a single day. In this pattern, you will learn several variations, including two ways to add a clasp.
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The pattern has 14 pages and 35 color illustrations and photographs.