DIY Bracelet: Wrap Style Suede and Chain Bracelet

Jewelery DIY: Wrap Style Suede and Chain Bracelet

Wrap Style Suede and Chain Bracelet

Suede and chain bracelets have been becoming so popular lately. But they are often ridiculously expensive, so why not make your own?  And that’s exactly what I’ve decided to do! Here’s my version of a simple suede and chain bracelet done in a wrap style.

Gather your materials: You’ll need about 2 feet of cable chain, 2.5 feet of ribbon or suede lace and 2 beads (with large holes) to finish the ends.

DIY Chain and Suede Bracelet Tutorial

  1. Start off by measuring out the length of the materials for your suede and chain bracelet. Since, I’m making this to be double wrap bracelet, so I’ve measured the chain to be about 14 inches  which will around my wrist twice. The suede lace length will be about twice as long as the chain length. I’ve double the length to account for the lace to  wrap around my wrist one additional time and plus additional length for the ties.
  2. Take your suede cord and leave about 7 inches on the end and tie it to end of the chain. The last 7 inches will be for the ties.
  3. Leave the 7 inch end out while you start weaving the suede lace in a simple weave.  Weave the lace in and out through each of the  spaces in the chain links.
  4. When you come to the end of the chain tie another knot.
  5. To finish off the ends (not necessary, but nice). Add a bead to each end and tie a simple knot to keep it in place.

Easy peasy!

What I love about these suede and chain woven bracelets are all the variations you can create with it. Below I’ve taken 2 chains, bind them together to make it into a cuff, then used the same weave as above.

Jewelery DIY: Wrap Style Suede and Chain Bracelet



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  • xo Dee
    January 20, 2013

    I love the way you layed out the directions, super easy to follow! Can’t wait to try.

  • zachandclem
    January 20, 2013


  • caroline1t
    January 20, 2013

    This is one of those pieces that you pay quite a bit of money for in the stores…it’s lovely!

    • yesmissy
      January 23, 2013

      Thank you! The best part is actually how simple it is to make!

  • NoxCreare
    January 24, 2013

    I really like your blog .. congratulations! beautiful creations! I invite you on my blog .. .. let me know what you think .. I’m also a creative

    • YesMissy
      February 27, 2013

      Thanks sweetie! I’ll definitely check it out. Sorry, I didn’t see your comment there for awhile!

  • dawn
    February 5, 2013

    great tutorial, thanks for your share! May I know which software did you use to make your tutorial?

    • YesMissy
      February 5, 2013

      Hi there, I used Adobe Photoshop to make it. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  • gloria
    February 27, 2013

    I love it and I am new at this and I can do it. Thank you

    • YesMissy
      February 27, 2013

      Thanks Gloria! Glad you found it useful 🙂

  • Nancy
    June 4, 2018

    Very pretty bracelet, and very clear tutorial. Thank you.
    Would you please indicate what size chain you used.

  • Faith
    May 9, 2020

    When I came across your site a saw the pictures of your pieces of jewelry, I was short of words cause the pictures of your pieces of jewelry are attractive and classy. Please do keep up the good work, because will love to visit the site often.

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