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Divided diamonds

Use right-angle weave to mimic the look of facets in a bracelet that's deceptively deep.
Look at this bracelet from afar, and you'll see two optical illusions at work. The use of peanut beads gives your work the drape of cubic right-angle weave without the hassle of stitching in 3-D. Then, multi-colored beads lend the look of highlights and shadows whether you choose two bold colors or four more subtle hues.

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