While sampling one of the bracelets I came up with the idea to make one that was double wide. However as is sometimes the case my ideas exceed my beading time capacity. I'm fortunate though to have met many excellent beaders over the course of my bead teaching career. So it came that Karen offered to do some test/sample beading for me. AHA! A double Duomos Romantico, are you sure, I mean it's kind of a lot of beading? Karen was up for it and just sent me the completed bracelet. It's a beauty. I put together a pretty golden bronze seed bead with lilac shadow fancy stones and fuchsia 2 mm crystals, topped with a 5mm gold aurum loch rosen (crystal sequin).
I added some right angle weave to capture a magnetic bar clasp by Ezel finding. This is one pretty bracelet! Thank you Karen. She's doing her own now, one of the advantages to test beading, she gets to make her own.
I'll be teaching this at Bead and Button this year, the single wide version, but if you can make a single wide you can make a double wide as well. It is admittedly a lot of bracelet, but I kind of like big and chunky and sparkly. If your fast runs simpler, the single wide version is very romanticos!