Place 1 Slice Spacer onto all three pieces of leather and push down, leaving approximately 1 inch. You may need to use your pliers to help pull the leather.
Braid your leather roughly 6.5 inches, and place the other slice spacer onto all 3 pieces to secure the braid.
You can add as many spacers onto the braided leather as you would like.
Use your pliers to pull the leather and tighten your braid. Note: Tightening your braid will lessen the amount of space between your sliders. You want this to happen. For a 7 inch bracelet, you will want to have 6 inches of braid between the slice spacers, pulled nice and tight.
Trim your leather to fit into the clasp, approximately 1/4 inch past the slicers.
Put your clasp ends on, holding firmly, try the bracelet on to ensure proper sizing.
When you are satisfied with the size, place a drop of glue into each piece of your leather ends, place your leather into one clasp end and press it firmly into place and hold for one minute to secure.
Tip: You should keep your clasp ends separated while gluing and during dry time. Tip: You can trim your leather on an angle to get it all to fit into the clasp easier.
Repeat with the other end of your clasp.
Let the glue dry for 24 hours, and then push your sliders up against the clasp ends.